Artist: Joe Satriani
Title Of Album: The Extremist
Year Of Release: 2014 (1992)
Genre: Instrumental Rock, Blues Rock
Quality: FLAC (tracks, front)
Bitrate: Lossless [24Bit/96kHz]
Full Size: 1,07 GB
The Extremist lives up to its name, continuing Joe Satriani's tradition of exploring new musical and compositional ground. A vastly different array of musicians assists him in creating the songs displayed on this all-instrumental disc, and as such the songs are different from even the usual envelope-pushing Satriani fare. The chugging "Summer Song," the warm "Friends," the slamming "Motorcycle Driver," and the crunching "The Extremist" show Satriani's talents as a guitarist are undiminished, while the more traditional neo-folk approach to "Rubina's Blue Sky Happiness" and the bluesy "New Blues" are different from anything he has done before. So, too, is the droning rock of "War" and the plaintive, questioning funk-rock of "Why".
01 - Friends
02 - The Extremist / Interview
03 - War
04 - Cryin'
05 - Rubina's Blue Sky of Happiness
06 - Summer Song
07 - Tears in the Rain
08 - Why
09 - Motorcycle Driver
10 - New Blues
Produced by Joe Satriani, Andy Johns, and John Cuniberti.
Recorded 1990-192 at Bearsville Studios in Bearsville, New York;
Coast Recorders and Alpha & Omega Recording in San Francisco; Ocean Way Recording in Hollywood;
Record One Studios in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles; Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, California.
Remastered by John Cuniberti, analog mixes are 30ips 1/2" tape, transferred and mastered to digital at 96/24.
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