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Jason Becker's Not Dead Yet! (Live in Haarlem)

by Various Artists

This live cd is a snapshot out of 6 hours of live music played on November 13, 2011. Contributing artists Guthrie Govan, Stuart Hamm, Marco Sfogli, Stephan Forte, Andy James and many others played for Jason Becker to get more awareness for the disease ALS
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Opus Pocus (Live) Stephan Forte
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6:32 album only
2. Still Hurts(Live) Marco Sfogli
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5:05 album only
3. What Lies Beneath(Live) Andy James
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6:11 album only
4. Sevens(Live) [feat. Stuart Hamm] Guthrie Govan
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7:24 album only
5. Drowned(Live) Joop Wolters
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4:05 album only
6. Father(Live) [feat. Stuart Hamm] Mattias Ia Eklundh
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3:43 album only
7. Abstract Impact(Live) Marcel Coenen
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4:43 album only
8. I Think There's Someone in the Kitchen(Live) [feat. Daniele Gottardo] Stephan Forte
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4:25 album only
9. Marrakesh Market(Live) [feat. Martin Miller] Daniele Gottardo
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4:14 album only
10. Still With Me(Live) Timo Somers
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7:54 album only
11. Tea Time(Live) [feat. Timo Somers] Barend Courbois
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5:40 album only
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On November 13, 2011, a 6-hour guitar festival was held to honor Jason Becker, the incredible guitarist known for his extraordinary work with Cacophony, David Lee Roth and Marty Friedman, among others. Out of deep respect for Jason and love of his work, each guitarist featured at this tribute show waived their usual performance fees, playing that day simply to honor one of their contemporaries and source of great influence: Jason Becker, a modern day guitar great. All notes played that night were dedicated to the great Jason Becker in support of his struggle against the disease ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), which is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord.

Contributing artists who played for Jason include: Guthrie Govan, Stuart Hamm (Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Frank Gambale) , Michael Lee Firkins, Mattias Eklundh (Freak Kitchen), Marco Sfogli (James LaBrie Band), Kiko Loureiro (Angra), Daniele Gottardo, Stéphan Forté (Adagio), Andy James, Atma Anur, Joop Wolters, Marcel Coenen, Timo Somers and more…

Mixed by Jacek Glowacki and Atma Anur, produced by Atma Anur. Mastered by Maor Appelbaum Mastering California USA.

The proceeds of this CD go to Jason Becker's Care Fund.


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Guitar heroes united for Jason Becker
I am very happy that this legendary concert for Jason Becker has been recorded. The festival listed over a dozen of guitar players that dedicated their tunes to Jason Becker and were trying to raise money for his care. Never ever I have seen such great guys together on one stage the same night. Guthrie Govan, Marco Sfogli were the absolute tone masters but guys like Stephan Forte and Andy James blew my mind. What an impressive performance from these guys. The legendary drummer Atma Anur was the person that played the whole night (I think more then 6 hours). I am happy with this CD and I hope a second CD will be released in the near future. Or maybe a DVD?
Long live Jason Becker!