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Joe Satriani - What Happens Next by Joe Satriani

(Guitar Recorded Versions). A dozen guitar transcriptions with notes and tab are included in this collection matching the 16th studio album released by Satch. This 2018 album also features Deep Purple bassist Glenn Hughes and Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith. Includes: Catbot * Cherry Blossoms * Energy * Forever and Ever * Headrush * Invisible * Looper * Righteous * Smooth Soul * Super Funky Badass * Thunder High on the Mountain * What Happens Next.
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Joe Satriani - "Forever and ever" What Happens Next

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Satriani is also about to embark on an extensive global tour with his G3 project which, as Joe tells us, hopes to hit Australia during the last quarter of Joe, did you have an overall theme in mind for this album when you started? Was there a criteria for the kind of tune that would be included? Yeah, I was really excited about this idea that I would celebrate my earliest rock and soul roots. It sounds really simple but actually it was quite an artistic process to shed a lot of elements that I had been picking up over the last few decades. The process was fun and was made more interesting because as I was wrapping up the tour behind the Shock Wave Supernova album and the 30th anniversary of Surfing With An Alien and my son had come out on tour… he was doing a documentary about my whole artistic process. Just having him out there and then following the making of the record was very cathartic because he was really pressing me during interviews to really dig deep and explore that part of me.

Forever And Ever guitar pro tab. by Joe Satriani. views, added to favorites 25 times. Album version. Rhythm and lead guitar and bass.
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Asked by radio personality Eddie Trunk how Hughes came to be involved with the project, Satriani said: "Just before [ Glenn ] put out his last solo record, which is mind-blowingly amazing, I had it in my mind that he would be a great bass player [to play on my record]. But I just thought it was a crazy thing to think of, because maybe the first thing that popped into my head was why would he ever say yes to just play bass on an album, because he's just this incredible singer. But it was sort of circulating in my head as I was doing the tour and I was thinking, 'Yeah, that would be so cool, 'cause then, if he did that, I could do this. I wonder if they would be willing to be the rhythm section for an all-instrumental record. And it wound up being ten days, but I had to go to L. Satriani recalled the recording sessions for "What Happens Next" , saying that "being at Sunset Sound [studios] with those two guys in the room, that was so cool. I really got what I was looking for, which was a real celebration of rock and soul and groove.

For the usually private Joe Satriani, ended with a very public display, as he starred in Beyond the Supernova —a documentary directed by his son, ZZ. Produced and engineered by Mike Fraser, and manifest as a power trio with Chad Smith on drums and Glenn Hughes on bass, the new songs are cinematic, exquisitely textured, and dynamically potent, as well as beautifully melodic and strange and wonderful. I wanted to commit to further developing my style—such that it is. When I last interviewed Andy Summers, he said his photography informs his music. Is it somewhat the same with your painting?

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