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Satchurated: Live in Montreal album for sale by Joe Satriani was released Apr 24, 2012 on the Sony CMG label. Recorded live at the Metropolis in Montreal, Quebec on December 12, 2010 and released as a double CD and 3-D Blu-ray, Satchurated was filmed live on the Wormhole Tour in support of Joe Satriani's 2010 album Black Swans and Wormhole Wizards. Ten of the 25 songs he plays are from that album; otherwise he samples from his greatest hits with crowd favorites like "The Mystical Potato Head Groove Thing," "Always with Me, Always with You," and "Flying in a Blue Dream." Satriani is accompanied by a workhorse backing band: drummer Jeff Campitelli, bassist Allen Whitman, keyboardist Mike Keneally, and rhythm guitarist Galen Henson. Satchurated: Live in Montreal CD music is a 2-disc set with 25 songs. ...See Full Description
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Satchurated: Live in Montreal buy CD music Customer Reviews
This is satriani best live production yet. Frank marino recorded real live in montreal 10 years earlier. Monteal must be where the genius comes out.
By mtyler627 (upper marlbor, MD)
i'm sorry, joe satriani is so overrated, thanks to american FM radio who has told us we're supposed to like this guy.
By john (california)
||good as always|
my favorite cup of JOE. live justifys him more than any of his studio albums. his guitar is the lead singer of the band.
By aldo (NPR, florida)
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Satchurated: Live in Montreal songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||8689869|
|Release Date||Apr 24, 2012|
|Producer||Joe Satriani; Mike Fraser|
|Engineer||Denis Normandeau; Francois Lamoureux|
|Recording Time||150 minutes|
|Personnel||Joe Satriani - vocals, guitar|
Mike Keneally - keyboards, percussion
Jeff Campitelli - drums
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Satchurated: Live in Montreal buy CD music Guitar legend Joe Satriani performs a show in Montreal during his Wormhole Tour in support of the album Black Swans and Wormhole Wizards.
Satchurated was filmed by Pierre & Francois Lamoureux at Metropolis in Montreal, Canada, Dec. 12, 2010 during the "Wormhole" tour, supporting Satriani's Studio album "Black Swans and Wormhole Wizards." The 2-DVD set includes 23 songs, along with 2 bonus tracks and a 43 minute "Inside the Wormhole" featurette.
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