Radio Free Albemuth
"Radio Free Albemuth" was Stuart Hamm's first solo record and features some mind-boggling bass work along with guitar on several tracks by Joe Satriani. Hamm provides a haunting bass cover of Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata", as well as showing his range on "Dr. Gradus Ad Parnasum". A bit of trivia: some of the tracks ("Flow My Tears" and the title song, which features a blazing Allan Holdsworth) were inspired by the novels of Philip K. Dick. "Radio Free Albemuth" highlights include the humorous "Country Music (A Night In Hell) and "Sexually Active".
|05:06||Radio Free Albemuth||Instrumental|
|08:19||Flow My Tears||Instrumental|
|03:00||Dr. Gradus Ad Parnasum||Instrumental|
|03:42||Country Music (A Night In Hell)||Instrumental|
|Stuart Hamm||Bass, Production, Mixing|
|Allan Holdsworth||Guitar on "Radio Free Albemuth"|
|Joe Satriani||Guitar on "Flow My Tears" and "Sexually Active", Power Chords on "Radio Free Albemuth"|
|Glen Freudl||Keys, Keyboard Programming|
|Paul Levi||Engineering, Mixing|
|Recorded at Stucco Blue Studios. Joe Satriani recorded at Hyde Street Studios.
Mixed at Breaking Records and Stucco Blue Studios.