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Joe Satriani: Live In San Francisco [DVD] [2002]

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  • Actors: Joe Satriani, Stuart Hamm, Eric Cadieux, Jeff Campitelli
  • Directors: Patrick Paulson
  • Producers: Joe Satriani, Mick Brigden
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Smv
  • DVD Release Date: 11 Feb. 2002
  • Run Time: 150 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005YT5N
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 26,161 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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DVD Special Features:

Multi Angles of 3 Songs
Backstage
Discography
Digitally Mastered
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
PCM Stereo
Interactive Menus
Instant Chapter Access To Songs

Disc One:
Time, Devil's Slide, The Crush Of Love, Satch Boogie, Borg Sex, Flying In A Blue Dream, Ice 9, Cool #9, Circles, Until We Say Goodbye, Ceremony, The Extremist, Summer Song

Disc Two:
House Full Of Bullets, One Big Rush, Raspberry Jam Delta-v, Crystal Planet, Love Thing, Bass Solo, The Mystical Potato Head Groove Thing, Always With Me, Always With You, Big Bad Moon, Friends, Surfing With The Alien, Rubina

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Recorded live at the Fillmore in San Francisco in December 2000, this is a double DVD with 25 songs in total, and is, frankly, awesome. The quality of the video, the audio, graphics, & song selection are near perfect, and unlike a lot of music DVDs/videos, the camera actually focuses on the guitar playing, so you can really apreciate what he's doing, showing off his amazing techniques. In fact, it's almost like being at one of Joe's concerts. Bass players can delight in the prescence of Stu Hamm, who gets a solo spot on disc 2. Perhaps even more noteworthy though, is that you get the whole of Joe's as yet unreleased (planned for June) new album! It doesn't get much better than this! Essential.
Extra features:
3 multi angled tracks - Time/Devil Slide/Crush of love
"Backstage" piece, where Joe talks about Jimi & his setup.
Stand out tracks: Satch Boogie, Circles, One Big Rush, The Mystical Potato Head Groove Thing, Surfing with the Alien.
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This is a fantastic DVD. I was at the Irish leg of his 'Engines of Creation' tour and the set list (and the memories!) are the same. From the opening bars of 'Time' through to 'Rubina', it's an inspiring musical journey and a pleasure to watch this virtuoso again. He plays his best set list (as at the date of the gig) and produces one of the best live performances I've seen from anyone. I read in the review below about the 'booing'. Well, in actual fact the crowd weren't booing but 'Stuing' Stu Hamm the bassist, as Joe says - "They Stu him, cause they love him'. There are very few true artists in the music industry anymore, buy this and be captivated by an emotional experience.
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I'd been in to Satch since the age of about 16/17, and I've been listening to him on and off for the past 7 years. He is without doubt one of the greatest guitarists ever to walk the planet, and in my opinion is the best all-rounder out of the modern-day extroverts such as Vai, Malmsteen, Petrucci, etc. Apparently he taught Steve Vai how to play! Vai may be the best technician ever, but some of his stuff is, quite simply, too much! John Petrucci is awesome also - but there's something about Satriani that makes him my favourite. He's certainly the most tasteful.
This live DVD made me realise how much I missed listening to Joe (which I hadn't for a while), the stuff from Crystal Planet album is really good: 'Raspberry Jam' is an outstanding track, as is the ballad 'Love Thing', and the emotive 'Until we say goodbye' is brilliant. All the hard rock ones are also great, but I think Satch saves the best until last - 'Rubina', the final track on disc 2, is probably my favourite. Played with such feeling and emotion, this is a truly great song and one of his best without a doubt. The backing band are very good, but this is really about Joe Satriani showing off his best songs, and how awesome they sound live. His technique is fantastic, as is his tone, and the sound quality of the DVD really helps here.
Go and buy this if you play guitar and wish to see what i'm ranting about. If you're a Satch fan this is as good as it gets. I've been inspired to learn his songs again. Simply awesome.
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Unless I want to use the word 'oo' several times consecutively there's not much I can say to recommend this. Joe Satriani is an amazing guitarist, obviously. Though not as good as Steve Vai. Sorry. Making no friends with this attitude. His grasp of style and technique is awe-inspiring. This man is not just some speed-freak widdler with no style (I'm looking at you, Yngwie) but is capable of flights of almost wizardly soloing as well as beautiful slow passages. My only quibble with his songs is that the structure of a lot of them seem slightly similar.
And his band . . . Stu Hamm is something of a prodigy, if you like bass particularly, and he has his very own solo in which he just shows off. In many ways it was more impressive than a lot of Satch's crazier moments.
Jeff Campitelli, if that's how his name's spelt - great drummer. I can't say much more than that. He keeps in time and doesn't screw it up. Fair play to him.
Eric Cadieux (again, I've probably spelt his name wrong) on rhythm guitar and keyboards. At least, he's on rhythm guitar until 'Borg Sex', when he comes out from his keyboard nest and does a little duet with Satch. It's both amazing and irritating. He's extraordinary. However much of the time you can't really hear his rhythm or keyboards - only the bass, drums and lead guitar really come through.
There's a 'Backstage' DVD extra which has Satch going through his stage rig etc and talking about stuff. Without his glasses he looks pretty damn scary.
Bad points - Satch singing 'Big Bad Moon'. On the album he sings it well enough. Live it doesn't sound so great.
Also the harmonica solo seems to lack a lot of the oomph it had in the album version and just sounds flat.
These are minor points that shouldn't detract from this amazing performance. Go buy it.
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This DVD is awesome. Comes with 2 DVDs. All tracks from the audio CD version are played here. The sound is fantastic especially if you have dolby digital surround. There are 3 multi angled tracks - Time/Devil Slide/Crush of love and a backstage program.
Most of the camera work focuses on Satch which is excellent unlike the G3 release where camera moved elsewhere on some of the good bits.
A great performance by Satriani showing off his amazing techniques which you couldn't see in the CD.
The only disappointment is the picture quality. It isnt optimised and a little too much on the blurry side but this is an essential DVD for any fan. Great value.
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