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Where the Other Wild Things Are (Live In Minneapolis)

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Album Review

As the title makes plain, Where the Other Wild Things Are rounds up the performances from the 2009 Where the Wild Things Are DVD that didn’t make the accompanying CD of the same name — a whopping 12 tracks, all also recorded with a stellar lineup of Bryan Beller, Jeremy Colson, Dave Weiner, Ann Marie Calhoun, and Alex DePue at the State Theatre in Minneapolis. It is quite shamelessly more of the same, but that’s not a bad thing since this is all of a very high quality, capturing Vai at something of a dense, thoughtful peak. Sure, it might have been nice to have this all initially come out as a double-disc set, but failing that, it’s good to have all this material available on CD.


Born: 06 June 1960 in Carle Place, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Six-string wizard Steve Vai, along with his onetime teacher Joe Satriani, set the standard for rock guitar virtuosity in the '80s. Born on June 6, 1960, and raised in Carle Place, New York, Vai became interested in the guitar via such legendary artists as Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, and Alice Cooper as a teenager and, upon starting high school, took lessons with an older player from the school, Joe Satriani. Playing in several local bands, Vai quickly picked up on the instrument, and by the age of...
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