CHICKENFOOT

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To late

they're playing here in Ireland in Cork!!

road trip!
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More stuff on youtube.

Missed the ticket sales for Shepperds Bush, :( will seee if I can get elswhere :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oaX5WFKZ ... r_embedded" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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Excerpts here:

http://www.cede.ch/en/music-cd/frames/f ... obj=710439" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

From what I hear there I gotta say Satriani apparently still has it in him, I guess he just needed the right framework to bring it out. - I hope he never makes another solo album again. :mrgreen:
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i couldnt agree any less with any of that
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wasoota wrote:Excerpts here:

http://www.cede.ch/en/music-cd/frames/f ... obj=710439" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

From what I hear there I gotta say Satriani apparently still has it in him, I guess he just needed the right framework to bring it out. - I hope he never makes another solo album again. :mrgreen:
If by "it" you mean the same ROCK /endless/ bluesy/just-roll-the-tape licks he's been too comfortably been noodling around with for the last 4 albums, yes.

I did try hard and listen for some kind of tad of originality or the formerly musically innovative satch that I believe I remember I have heard some day, but that guy has retired a few years ago it seems.

chickenfoot...chip chip...cheap!

:peace
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I won't be rushing out to buy this. I'll wait for it to hit the bargain bins in Woolworths! Oh no, can't do that any more. Who has bargain bins these days?
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2nd hand amazon!?

yeah i wont be rushing out either its all the same tempo singing/bluesy type riffs

and i bet u anything there all in E/Eb or A/Ab
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lydian2000 wrote:
wasoota wrote:Excerpts here:

http://www.cede.ch/en/music-cd/frames/f ... obj=710439" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

From what I hear there I gotta say Satriani apparently still has it in him, I guess he just needed the right framework to bring it out. - I hope he never makes another solo album again. :mrgreen:
If by "it" you mean the same ROCK /endless/ bluesy/just-roll-the-tape licks he's been too comfortably been noodling around with for the last 4 albums, yes.

I did try hard and listen for some kind of tad of originality or the formerly musically innovative satch that I believe I remember I have heard some day, but that guy has retired a few years ago it seems.

chickenfoot...chip chip...cheap!

:peace
That's harsh, lol - Actually I particularly meant the ability to STFU from time to time and let the song breathe a little. But you may have a point, I'll certainly have to wait to hear the whole thing some time. I was just expressing my overall positive surprise over the rest of the excerpts. Sorry for going all bubbly. :lol:

As for the rest, Sammy Hagar is not exactly a prog/fusion icon, I wasn't expecting anything else.
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I wasn't looking forward to it because this project was taking away from his solo work. That's changed now for me & I'm really looking forward to it. + It's worth it just to hear the new jsx50 in full swing. Then you have all the new rhythm's & leads to. I wouldn't underestimate the power of freshness to spark new creativity outlets.
:headbang

Sammy Hagar's range is killer. + The other guys. The chad use to come to my music school all the time but I was always in another class.

This could be Balance cross Satch. :)

My mistake. This is a completely new animal.
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..good old fashioned rock n roll, so it's nice to hear some solid straight forward power with some nice hooks.. Overall pretty good, I just expected a bit more out of them.. :guitar
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From the brandnew Steve Vai interview on Favored Nations:
Joe Satriani is doing Chickenfoot, don't you miss to perform or be in a
band again?

Steve: I have a band. But if you are referring to a rock band with a lead singer, no. I
did that and it was great fun but I have no desire at this time to do it. Maybe in
the future, who knows.
I went to see Chickenfoot the other night and it was fantastic. Sammy sang
great and Joe played his butt off. It was a good ol' rock and roll time and I think
they are a good rock n’ roll party band.
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I still haven't purchased this yet. Honest, I know. :oops:
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meh i got it the day it was out cause hmv just happened to have it i forgot about it till i seen it, i listened to it through once and that was it
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I've been listening to it on high rotation in the car, and I LOVE IT. :D
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I have listened to it some times now and it is good rock music.
Remains me a bit of Van Halen, I wonder how different the music had been if
Edward had been the guitar player and not Satriani.

I just hope Satriani will not stop making his own solo albums.
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