Qobuz Store wallpaper
Categories:
Cart 0

Your cart is empty

Joe Satriani|Flying In A Blue Dream

Flying In A Blue Dream

Joe Satriani

Available in
logo Hi-Res
24-Bit 96.0 kHz - Stereo

Unlimited Streaming

Listen to this album in high quality now on our apps

Start my trial period and start listening to this album

Enjoy this album on Qobuz apps with your subscription

Subscribe

Enjoy this album on Qobuz apps with your subscription

Digital Download

Purchase and download this album in a wide variety of formats depending on your needs.

Recorded at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, CA ; Hyde Street Studios, Different Fur, Coast Recorders and Alpha & Omega Recording in San Francisco, CA. Mixed at Alpha & Omega Recording & Fantasy Studios. First release in November 13, 1989. Flying in a Blue Dream was certified Gold on January 25, 1990 and received a nomination for 'Best Rock Instrumental Performance' at the '1991 Grammy Awards'. First reissue on May 27, 1997 through Epic Records.

More info

Flying In A Blue Dream

Joe Satriani

launch qobuz app I already downloaded Qobuz for Windows / MacOS Open

download qobuz app I have not downloaded Qobuz for Windows / MacOS yet Download the Qobuz app

You are currently listening to samples.

Listen to over 80 million songs with an unlimited streaming plan.

Listen to this playlist and more than 80 million songs with our unlimited streaming plans.

From £10.83/month

1
Flying in a Blue Dream (Album Version)
00:05:22

Joe Satriani, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Acoustic & Electric Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
The Mystical Potato Head Groove Thing (Album Version)
00:05:09

Joe Satriani, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Acoustic & Electric Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Can't Slow Down (Album Version)
00:04:48

Joe Satriani, Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Acoustic & Electric Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Headless (Album Version)
00:01:29

Joe Satriani, Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Acoustic & Electric Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Strange (Album Version)
00:05:01

Joe Satriani, Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Stuart Hamm, Bass [Bridge Section] - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Bongo Bob Smith, Electronic Drums & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
I Believe (Album Version)
00:05:51

Joe Satriani, Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Simon Philips, Acoustic Drums - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
One Big Rush
00:03:25

Joe Satriani, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Acoustic & Electric Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Big Bad Moon (Album Version)
00:05:15

Joe Satriani, Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass, - Jeff Campitelli, Acoustic & Electric Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
The Feeling (Album Version)
00:00:51

Joe Satriani, Banjo, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Acoustic & Electric Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
The Phone Call (Album Version)
00:03:00

Joe Satriani, Vocals, Guitar, Banjo, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Acoustic & Electric Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

11
Day at the Beach (New Rays from an Ancient Sun) (Album Version)
00:02:03

Joe Satriani, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Acoustic & Electric Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

12
Back to Shalla-Bal (Album Version)
00:03:13

Joe Satriani, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Bongo Bob Smith, Electronic Drums & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

13
Ride (Album Version)
00:04:55

Joe Satriani, Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Bongo Bob Smith, Electronic Drums & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

14
The Forgotten, Pt. 1 (Album Version)
00:01:11

Joe Satriani, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Acoustic & Electric Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

15
The Forgotten, Pt. 2 (Album Version)
00:05:07

Joe Satriani, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Acoustic & Electric Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

16
The Bells of Lal, Pt.1 (Album Version)
00:01:18

Joe Satriani, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Acoustic & Electric Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Stuart Hamm, Bass - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

17
The Bells of Lal, Pt. 2 (Album Version)
00:04:05

Joe Satriani, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Stuart Hamm, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Acoustic & Electric Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

18
Into the Light (Album Version)
00:02:28

Joe Satriani, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Bass - Jeff Campitelli, Acoustic & Electric Drums, Percussion - John Cuniberti, Sitar & Percussion - Written & arranged by Joe Satriani - Produced by Joe Satriani & John Cuniberti - Joe Satriani, Jeff Campitelli & Bongo Bob Smith, Pre-production - Engineered by John Cuniberti - Assistant engineers : Stephen Hart, - Chad Munsey, David Plank, Michael Rosen, Michael Semanick, Matt Wallace - Tom Size & David Luke - Mastered by Bernie Grundman - Recorded & mixed with the Dolby SR Noise Reduction system

(P) 1989 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

Recorded at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, CA ; Hyde Street Studios, Different Fur, Coast Recorders and Alpha & Omega Recording in San Francisco, CA. Mixed at Alpha & Omega Recording & Fantasy Studios. First release in November 13, 1989. Flying in a Blue Dream was certified Gold on January 25, 1990 and received a nomination for 'Best Rock Instrumental Performance' at the '1991 Grammy Awards'. First reissue on May 27, 1997 through Epic Records.

About the album

Improve this page

Qobuz logo Why buy on Qobuz...

On sale now...

Reeling

The Mysterines

Reeling The Mysterines

From The Fires

Greta Van Fleet

From The Fires Greta Van Fleet

Permanent Vacation

Aerosmith

Permanent Vacation Aerosmith

The Number of the Beast

Iron Maiden

More on Qobuz
By Joe Satriani

The Elephants of Mars

Joe Satriani

The Elephants of Mars Joe Satriani

Surfing With The Alien

Joe Satriani

Surfing With The Alien Joe Satriani

Shapeshifting

Joe Satriani

Shapeshifting Joe Satriani

The Extremist

Joe Satriani

The Extremist Joe Satriani

Joe Satriani

Joe Satriani

Joe Satriani Joe Satriani

Playlists

You may also like...

Closure / Continuation

Porcupine Tree

Closure / Continuation Porcupine Tree

The Dark Side Of The Moon

Pink Floyd

The Wall

Pink Floyd

The Wall Pink Floyd

Rumours

Fleetwood Mac

Rumours Fleetwood Mac

Let It Be

The Beatles

Let It Be The Beatles
In your panoramas...
Metallica, the Path to Glory

Having sold 125 million albums across the globe, including some 30 million copies of their “Black Album”, Metallica is among the unlikeliest of pop sensations to come out of the last half-century. So how did a heavy metal band with such a convoluted song structure end up on par with music from the likes of Madonna and Michael Jackson? By following their instincts and sheer determination. Let’s return to the roots of the most famous heavy metal band in history.

1972: The Album’s Golden Year

1972 was a monumental year for albums. From the The Rolling Stones to Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin to Big Star, there was an abundance of artists releasing career-defining and redefining music. Here we make our case for ten of the best.

Guns N' Roses, the greed justifies the means

As the sales of the legendary Appetite For Destruction approach the 20 million copies in the United States, who remembers today that it almost never saw the light of day? Not only the bonds uniting Axl Rose, Slash, Duff McKagan, Izzy Stradlin and Steven Adler were fragile, but fate seemed set against this band which seemed to be slow to catch on to Mötley Crüe, Ratt, Cinderella or Dokken. This is almost as a kindness that David Geffen had accepted to welcome this homeless band on his label. He would not regret his altruism…

In the news...