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Joe Satriani
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CD Reviews
Black Swans and Wormhole Wizards
Review by Larry Toering
After teaming up with his friends in Chickenfoot, just like after he left Deep Purple, Joe Satriani shows a thicker side of himself once again on this multi-flavored release.

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Dreaming #11
Review by Josh Turner
When the topic of guitar shredders comes up the same names are usually mentioned. In the early years of progressive music, there was Robert Fripp.
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Joe Satriani
Review by Larry Toering
This is the album Joe Satriani owed the record company while he was with Deep Purple, and one of the reasons given for not continuing with them. 

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DVD Reviews
Joe Satriani - Live In Paris: I Just Wanna Rock DVD
Review by Larry Toering
While in waiting for the current live DVD release of Joe Satriani, this is a look back on one of two others I've been enjoying over the years.

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Joe Satriani - Satchurated – Live In Montreal BluRay
Review by Gary Hill
If you're a fan of Joe Satriani concert videos (a commodity of which I feel there is not enough) there is really no way you can knock this, as it actually manages to top (or at least rival) them all. I

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Various Artists - 108 Rock Star Guitars written by Lisa S. Johnson
Review by G. W. Hill

This is the quintessential coffee table book. That’s particularly true for those who love guitars.


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Various Artists - A Tribute To Les Paul: Live From Universal Studios Hollywood DVD
Review by Gary Hill

Come for the performances, stay for the documentary type stuff. A big chunk of this is all about some incredible live performances with musicians ranging from Joe Satriani to Buddy Guy to Slash, Neal Schon and Steve Lukather and more.


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Steve Hunter - Before the Lights Go Out
Review by Gary Hill

Steve Hunter's music always seems to create a middle ground between blues rock, fusion and progressive rock. This disc is no exception.


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Chickenfoot - Chickenfoot
Review by Rick Damigella
When I first read about the formation of Chickenfoot, I nearly fell over.
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Chickenfoot - Chickenfoot III
Review by Larry Toering

Chickenfoot returns with a proverbial, if borderline, masterpiece tucked under their arms, as they cruise through ten slices of near perfection on their sophomore outing.


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Alice Cooper - Classiks
Review by Gary Hill
You could say that there are enough Alice Cooper compilations out there. Here’s the thing, though.

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Ian Gillan - Gillan’s Inn
Review by Rick Damigella
Setting convention and professionalism aside for one moment… I am a card carrying Ian Gillan fan. I have seen him live numerous times, have listened to countless hours of his singing from throughout his storied career, from the Javelins through multiple incarnations fronting Deep Purple to his stint as Jesus.
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Various Artists - Guitar Masters Collection
Review by Gary Hill

This various artists collection was assembled by Brian Tarquin. He's a guitar player who really seems to have a reverence for great guitar playing in all its various forms.


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Alice Cooper - Hey Stoopid
Review by Gary Hill
This album showcases a metal perpective on the classic Cooper sound and also shows prog tendencies in several places. Alice is joined on this album by many musicians, including several very notables guests (Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Ozzy Osbourne and others).


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Blue Öyster Cult - Imaginos
Review by John Pierpoint

Rarely has an album divided fans as much as BOC's Imaginos.


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Chickenfoot - Live in Atlantic City, New Jersey – August 22nd, 2009
Review by Michael Ostrich
They say that the name of your band can describe the band itself. With a name like Chickenfoot, you need to expect the unexpected.
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Various Artists - Re-Machined: A Tribute to Deep Purple's Machine Head
Review by G. W. Hill

I’m a big fan of Deep Purple, particularly the classic stuff.


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Jordan Rudess - Rhythm of Time
Review by Josh Turner
Jordan Rudess is a virtual virtuoso. His must be an android based on the way that he plays.
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