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Joe Satriani always working to improve his songs

“You write a song and you may wind up recording it in about a week and putting it on an album, and your audience feels that is the definitive version,” says Joe Satriani, “but really it’s your first attempt at coming to grips with what you’ve written.”
“You write a song and you may wind up recording it in about a week and putting it on an album, and your audience feels that is the definitive version,” says Joe Satriani, “but really it’s your first attempt at coming to grips with what you’ve written.”
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The way guitar virtuoso Joe Satriani sees it, he’s never finished writing a song. The Westbury native, known equally for his solo work and collaborations as well as for being guitar teacher to such big names as Steve Vai, Metallica’s Kirk Hammett and Primus’ Larry LaLonde, has released 14 instrumental solo albums since 1986. His most recent, “Unstoppable Momentum,” hit No. 42 on the Billboard Top 200 when it was released in May, making it ...


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