I know this is kind of old (2002), but I figured I'd post it just incase nobody has seen this. What do you call this? Nothing but a disgrace to the entire music community, and to Vai himself.
All those people at the grammy's probably see him as just another session musician.
Just wanting to vent some frustration.
A friend of mine and me recently went in a new direction. We started making prog music. Being an admirer of the genre, it fits me well.
So, we wrote a "song"
Odd time meters are flying all around, some crazy submeter divisions here and there...
Does anyone here like this album? I personally love it. I originally bought the cassette when it came out and fell in love with it. I eventually transferred it from tape to CD. I might go quite a while without listening to it, but every time I get it out, it doesn't leave my CD player for at...
Ibanez released recently a new JEM called "Bad Horsie". This guitar has all the features of the other models in the JEM/UV range, such as the usual monkey grip handle, Edge Pro locking tremolo bridge with a scooped "lion's claw" tremolo cavity, DiMarzio HSH pickups, 5-way switching, solid...
This is not only my favourite Whitesnake album but controversialy......my favourite Vai performance (well....until Lotus Feet and Under it All anyway).
It was recorded around the time of the Jem 777's era and as I play a D.Y. I wonder if any of you guys know which guitars appeared on that...
Well, I went into Mansons music in Exeter, UK, to try out a JSX head, and what was hanging on the wall? Steve Vai's Jem VWH called Pia that he played at the Grammys with Nelly Furtado, still with the piezo's in and looking in pretty good shape. It's sold already, and they wouldn't say how much...
Just to update those interested:
-Wes Borland will be helping to write/produce some of Evanescence's next album (from his own mouth, he wants to give them a more "gypsy" sound, whatever that means, and they want to go more industrial like their early demos)
-Ben Moody, who left Evanescence...
He was nominated for best rock instrumental. Pretty cool, but then again so was Linkin Park. I am going to predict that it will go to either Linkin Park or Jeff Beck since their names are more familiar to the general public.
I hope I'm posting this in the correct forum.
Can anyone give me the names of all music videos including Steve?
Those I am aware of are:
I would love to
For the Love of God
The audience is listening
Down deep into the pain
In my Dreams with You