The first G3 experience was and the line-up was Eric Johnson, Steve Vai and of course Joe itexlaticernick.birdpburulapincrabernibitabasci.infoinfo jam songs were «Going Down» from Jeff Beck and Freddie King, «My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama» from the genius Frank Zappa and, (it’s common sense), a Jimi Hendrix song: «Red House». Despite the short life span of the project, some of the best guitar entertainers have.
Holy cow what a visual. Joe Satriani, Eric Johnson, and Steve Vai are fantastic axe slingers and live they are terrific. The cd recording is a treat but watching this concert is almost overwhelming. Seeing Mr. Vai play For the Love of God is a mindblower. So, catch a buzz, sit back, play this tape or dvd and enjoy.
G3 LIVE IN CONCERT matches six-time Grammy Award nominee Joe Satriani with three-time Grammy nominee Steve Vai, and Grammy winner Eric Johnson. The CD documents the group's North American tour, and features three tracks apiece by each of the guitarists as well as three no-holds-barred jams featuring all three axe-men/5(59).
3. Summer Song - Joe Satriani 4. Zap - Eric Johnson 5. Manhatten - Eric Johnson 6. Camel's Night Out - Eric Johnson 7. Answers - Steve Vai 8. For The Love Of God - Steve Vai 9. The Attitude Song - Steve Vai Going Down - Joe Satriani, Eric Johnson & Steve Vai My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama - Joe Satriani, Eric Johnson & Steve Vai Reviews:
"My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama" is a song written by Frank Zappa and originally recorded by The Mothers of Invention in February at Criteria Studios, with overdubs recorded sometime between March and May at TTG_Studios (Los Angeles) and Whitney Studios (Glendale, California).Genre: Hard rock, comedy rock, experimental rock.
This live CD was recorded between October 30 and November 2, Steve performs the tracks “Answers,” “For The Love Of God,” and “The Attitude Song.” Steve is also featured on the G3 Jam tracks “Going Down,” “My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama,” and “Red House.”.
I just got this CD Concert, and it is in every way AWESOME! I am a lead guitarist also and particular about who I listen to. My opinion of the best of the G3 is Eric Johnson whom I have seen in concert 3 times, once when he was 17 years old, and at that time he was the absolutely best guitarist I had ever seen, (and I also met him and we talked about Stratocasters and how he modified his to /5(93).