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Professor Satchafunkilus and the Musterion of Rock

by Joe Satriani

Professor Satchafunkilus and the Musterion of Rock by Joe Satriani

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Professor Satchafunkilus and the Musterion of Rock

by Joe Satriani

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For jazzbos, "Satch" refers to Louie Armstrong. But for axe masters around the world "Satch" is Mr. Joe Satriani, a dude worshipped for fusing Jeff Beck-inspired wizardry and instrumental hair metal. He continues that approach with Professor Satchafunkilus and the Musterion of Rock. Sure, that title sounds like an old Parliament jam, but no worries – this album's loaded with nothing but finely chiseled hot licks grafted to sturdy pop metal. He even stole Frampton's talk box for "I Just Wanna Rock."

About This Album

For jazzbos, "Satch" refers to Louie Armstrong. But for axe masters around the world "Satch" is Mr. Joe Satriani, a dude worshipped for fusing Jeff Beck-inspired wizardry and instrumental hair metal. He continues that approach with Professor Satchafunkilus and the Musterion of Rock. Sure, that title sounds like an old Parliament jam, but no worries – this album's loaded with nothing but finely chiseled hot licks grafted to sturdy pop metal. He even stole Frampton's talk box for "I Just Wanna Rock."

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About This Album

For jazzbos, "Satch" refers to Louie Armstrong. But for axe masters around the world "Satch" is Mr. Joe Satriani, a dude worshipped for fusing Jeff Beck-inspired wizardry and instrumental hair metal. He continues that approach with Professor Satchafunkilus and the Musterion of Rock. Sure, that title sounds like an old Parliament jam, but no worries – this album's loaded with nothing but finely chiseled hot licks grafted to sturdy pop metal. He even stole Frampton's talk box for "I Just Wanna Rock."