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The 7th song : enchanting guitar melodies

Author: Steve Vai
Publisher: New York, NY : Epic, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Rock music : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Traditionally the 7th song is the mellifluous guitar ballad that serves the melody on a silver platter. In numerology, the number 7 is shrouded in mystique. In a record sequence, it has always felt like the sweet spot. These songs are more devotional in nature than technical. They are a reflection of one man's desire to expose a glimmer of the depth of his longing for spiritual communion.
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Steve Vai
OCLC Number: 49720796
Notes: Principally instrumental music featuring electric guitar.
The 7th track of albums previously released 1984 to 2000; tracks 10-11 are newly released bonus tracks.
Compact disc.
Program notes by Steve Vai and lyrics inserted in container.
Performer(s): Steve Vai, electric and acoustic guitars ; with vocal and instrumental acc.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: For the love of God (6:02) --
Touching tongues (5:32) --
Windows to the soul (6:24) --
Burnin' down the mountain (4:22) --
Tender surrender (5:09) --
Hand on heart (5:26) --
Melissa's garden (7:54) --
Call it sleep (5:09) --
Christmas time is here (4:22) --
The wall of light (2:41) --
Boston rain melody (4:39).
Other Titles: Seventh song
Responsibility: Steve Vai.

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Traditionally the 7th song is the mellifluous guitar ballad that serves the melody on a silver platter. In numerology, the number 7 is shrouded in mystique. In a record sequence, it has always felt like the sweet spot. These songs are more devotional in nature than technical. They are a reflection of one man's desire to expose a glimmer of the depth of his longing for spiritual communion.

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