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The EP reached No. Billboard and remained on that chart for 26 weeks. Its sole studio track, "The Crush of Love", reached No. The remaining three tracks were recorded live during the Surfing With the Alien tour. Dreaming 11 was certified Gold on August 15, Dreaming 11 is something of an oddity: a mini-disc released in with three live tracks and one new studio track.
The studio track, "The Crush of Love," immediately became a favorite of Satriani fans everywhere, mostly because of its catchy tune and its creative use of the wah-wah pedal to give the guitar an almost human voice. A recommended disc for musicians and fans. This is the first Satch cd I bought and boy was I amazed! The first track is the studio version of "The Crush of Love," a favorite of many.
The other three tracks are live and demonstrate how differently he plays songs live. Which is great for someone who already knows the studio versions note-for-note. These songs reach unbelievable heights and leave you wanting more on the album "Time Machine" there are additional tracks recorded at this concert, so there you go.
It is something that affected them throughout the performance that night. It would be a shame for any guitar fan to go through life without having heard this. By Guybert. Joe Satriani is not just a guitar legend, but also a very good all-round musician. Although players like Yngwie Melmstein might be slightly better technically, their compositional and group-performance skills are sometimes awful.
The rest of the album is recorded live at a concert held in San Diego in Track two is a performance of Ice Nine, with some new, cool bluesy solos which are full of fast fingerwork, pinch harmonics and wah-pedal.
Memories, the third track, is my favorite track of the album. It is around twice the length of the original, and has some very technically difficult guitar phrases.
Jonathan Mover and Stu Hamm are superb on drums and bass on this track, adding another dimension to this song. He uses a many different techniques to achieve this. The final track on the album is also strong. It makes use of the harmonic minor scale and has quite an "Eastern" feel. It is marginally heavier than the other tracks, and the guitar lines sound almost neoclassically influenced at times, with some touches of prog. Satch again impresses with some difficult phrases, some possibly harder than in Memories I am not a guitarist, so excuse me if I am wrong.
Mover and Hamm again impress, and it is a very solid group performance. This is a very good album, although is not the best live album from Joe Satriani; for mine his Live in San Francisco and G3 performances are longer and more diverse.
However, if you are a fan of Joe it is an essential album. By Timephoenix. Dreaming No. The professional use of wah-wah makes the guitar sing on this one.
The other 3 songs are recorded in live show and Ice 9 is the starter, and it is played mich more faster than the original with some blues stuff thrown in, making it sound very different but cool. Memories is doubled in time and this version last about 9 minutes, showing how Satch can perform songs out of limits, and make them even sound better.
A must have for any Satch fan! Track listing All music composed by Joe Satriani.