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2010 two CD live set from the veteran guitarist. This very special recording depicts Satriani's stirring May 2008 performance in Paris, France. Some of his most memorable songs, "Surfing With The Alien", "Flying in a Blue Dream", are matched with recent hits like "Super Colossal" and "I Just Wanna Rock." Following the success of his other live releases, Satriani Live in 2006 and Live in San Francisco in 2001, Satriani has gained new heights with Live in Paris. The quality of music by the 15-time Grammy nominee is unquestionable.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 2, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Epic/RED
  • ASIN: B0030BYWL4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,039 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Mariusar on February 2, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I was lucky enough to get my copy of Satriani's latest Live In Paris CD a few days early. Needless to say i have been wearing out my headphones and stereo. I am not going to do a track by track review - other Satriani fans here on Amazon will do a much better job than I ever could. Indulge me as I review this from a big picture perspective.

Let's get this out of the way:

Did we really need yet another live release from Joe only a few scant years after the last one?

The answer is an emphatic YES!

While it can certainly be argued that we really don't need anymore official live versions of Joe's "Big 5" songs ["Surfing...", "Always With Me...", "Satch Boogie", "Flying...", "Summer Song"] my assertion is that we absolutely do, provided Satch continues his recent pattern of stretching all his older songs out with looser arrangements as he did starting with the previous concert cd, the also excellent Satriani Live! set.

Other thoughtful Satriani reviewers here on Amazon have recently caused me to reflect a bit on Satch's previous live recordings versus my own memories of his concert performances from 40+ shows over the last 25 years. My evaluation is that this pattern of loosening up his performances [specifically on his live CDs] is actually not a new phenomenon. In all the shows I have seen, Joe has always used his concert performances to stretch out musically, to make subtle yet sometimes dramatic changes to a song's studio arrangement, with the welcome result of breathing new life into familiar tunes, all the while remaining absolutely true to the original spirit of the songs.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Benvignati on February 24, 2010
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A live masterpiece from Joe Satriani...simply put, he gets better with age. He has never sounded better and it shows on this explosive double cd. If you saw this tour you know how incredible it was, if not get this and hear what you missed. Master guitarist, master live performer....at the top of his game...5 stars plus.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Reviewer in Oregon on March 4, 2010
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The following is my own very personal take on this Paris recording, as I'm very familiar with all of Joe's recordings (live and studio) and attended many of his shows. I offer my very subjective review here, just to give some further perspective. Note I won't bubble over with never-ending fan praise or commentary as some others do, even though I could easily do that instead (as I'm a very long time fan of Satriani from the very beginning, and he is by far my favorite musical artist).

This is a great Paris concert recording, simply a fantastic and virtuoso performance from Joe. Sonically the venue in Paris is different (larger, more concert-hall sounding) from his previous live recordings, so expect Joe's guitar to sound tonally a bit softer and with much more echoing-off-the-walls sound. Where his previous live recordings sounded like a front-seat position, this one in Paris sounds a bit more like a middle to back of the hall seat position.

In this Paris concert: Within some parts of Joe's regularly played favorites, Joe gives a few new & interesting lick variants that sound/work very nicely - however he doesn't give the exciting and extended new interpretations and presentation of some of the old favorites, like he did in what I feel is his very best live recording, "Satriani Live!". I do really like the several new songs he included in this Paris concert lineup, that came from his latest studio CD.

Also, I guess that I just don't buy into the fanboy-of-Stu-Hamm thing. While I have greatly enjoyed Stu Hamm's work for a long time, nevertheless after hearing Joe paired with the incredibly musical talent Dave LaRue in the "Satriani Live!" recording, I sure do wish Joe would simply keep LaRue on-board permanently.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Scotty on February 22, 2010
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I've really enjoyed this CD set, and have a special fondness for it since I saw his show on this tour when he played in Albuquerque. I'll avoid the accompanying concert DVD like the plague, as every review for that item recommends, but the CD set was awesome. My only complaint is a song substitution. In the show I attended, he played the scintillating track Asik Vaysel, a really great song. But on this release, he substitutes it for the horribly boring and completely forgettable track Out Of The Sunrise. I didn't like this clunker on the studio album, and I sure don't like it here. It sounds like 80's easy listening music, and doesn't belong in Joe's otherwise impressive catalog. But, as I said, this is my only complaint. The rest of the CD set is incredible, and Joe is truly the master.
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This show is recorded very well and you hear all the nuances of Joe's guitar. He has great control over the sound, never sloppy and you get another peek at what he's trying to achieve in these tunes. A great example is Musterion which sounds more dynamic than the studio recording and evokes a slightly different haunting feeling - you can hear how he manipulates the scraping of the wound strings at the beginning to the point where you can almost hear every steel wound. The intro to Cool #9 is the best recorded live version I've heard - he pays attention to all of the details and isn't just buying time. This is the best live guitar playing I've heard and the solos are impeccable. He comes up with so many sounds with his overdrive, harmonizer, wah-wah, reverb, echo, distortion, feedback. Everyone who strives to play the electric guitar needs to pick this up. No guitarist has ever set the bar so high, in my opinion.
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