Label: Relativity - 88561-1015-4 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock
This is Joe's best work. The Magnum Opus of all things Satriani. There isn't a single thing that isn't covered on Flying In A Blue Dream and it is all done with beautiful execution. If you need a single Satch album to listen to and figure out what he is all about, this is the one!/5().
All things considered, Flying In A Blue Dream is the product of musical genius and virtuosity gone mad. Overall, this album surpasses it's predecessor Surfing With The Alien (). Once you cut through the mediocre tracks, you'll find a variety of styles and a multitude of ways to prove that Joe is not human/5.
Flying in a Blue Dream Review. by Phil Carter. An hour-long disc filled with musical explorations and compositions that defy belief, Flying in a Blue Dream is unquestionably Joe Satriani at his absolute best. Breaking his all-instrumental tradition for the first time, he croons on six of the disc's 18 tracks, including the weird "Strange"; and.
The intro wasn't planned, but was recorded by producer John Cuniberti while recording Satriani's guitar parts for the song. Satriani's amplifier was apparently picking up a frequency from a radio or TV station. Cuniberti simply said, "I'm recording this," and proceeded. The recorded speech has a young boy's voice saying, "sometimes they act.
· Flying in a Blue Dream (Joe Satriani) lesson with Daniele Tornaghi, originally played by Joe : HardTAB available at:
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