Warmth in the Wilderness: A Tribute to Jason Becker

Warmth in the Wilderness: A Tribute to Jason Becker

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Warmth in the Wilderness: A Tribute to Jason Becker

Warmth in the Wilderness: A Tribute to Jason Becker features a large cast of musicians performing some of Jason Becker's best-known songs. Some of the performances include Stormwind's version of "Little Ain't Enough," Torben Enevoldsen's version of "Altitudes," and Evolution's version of "Go Off." Some of the featured songs document Becker's work with David Lee Roth -- "Little Ain't Enough," "It's Showtime," and "Drop in the Bucket" -- and there are several of the songs co-written by Mary Friedman -- "Eleven Blue Egyptians," "Go Off," "ESP," "Black Stallion Jam," and "Concerto." This tribute will be best appreciated by Becker fanatics who also enjoy the work of the featured performers.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/24/2007
Label: Cd Baby
UPC: 6419922210321
catalogNumber: 5637337593

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Warmth In The Wilderness   Primary Artist
Vinnie Moore   Guitar
Steve Morse   Guitar
James Byrd   Guitar
Alex Masi   Track Performer
Chris Poland   Guitar
Jeff Scheetz   Guitar
Lars Eric Mattsson   Bass,Guitar,Rhythm Guitar,Hammond Organ,Sitar
Metal Mike Chlasciak   Guitar
Marty Friedman   Guitar
Jeff Watson   Guitar
Paul Gilbert   Bass,Guitar,Vocals
Kenny Aaronson   Bass
Artie Bernstein   Drums
Gregg Bissonette   Tambourine
Matt Bissonette   Bass
Professor Ted Gardner   Organ
Chris Green   Guitar
Tommy Hansen   Drums
Anders Johansson   Bass,Guitar,Drums,Keyboards
Ray Luzier   Drums,Background Vocals,cowbell
Shawn Malone   Drums
Mark Mangold   Keyboards
Robin McAuley   Vocals
Lina McDonald   Drums
Linda McDonald   Track Performer
Mat Mitchell   Guitar (12 String Acoustic)
John Montagnese   Percussion,Drums
Paul Morris   Keyboards
Jonathan Mover   Drums
Ted Poley   Vocals
Patrick Rondat   Guitar
Ron Thal   Track Performer
Evolution   Track Performer
Rob Johnson   Bass,Guitar,Keyboards
Mark Boals   Vocals,Background Vocals
David Ragsdale   Violin
Jeff Kollman   Guitar
Brian Harris   Drums
Lance King   Vocals,Background Vocals
Carlos Baez   Keyboards
Puamana   Track Performer
Ralph Saenz   Vocals
Machun Taylor   Vocal Harmony
Josephine   Guitar,Rhythm Guitar,Keyboards
Barry Sparks   Bass
Mike Anderson   Drums
Shane Gaalaas   Drums
Stormwind   Track Performer
Hirono Nishiyama   Vocal Harmony
Jeff Hodges   Keyboards
Rulf Munkes   Bass,Guitar
Torben Enevoldsen   Guitar
Aaron W. Zimmerman   Guitar
Project Alcazar   Track Performer
Cyril Achard   Track Performer
Paul Nelson   Guitar,Track Performer

Technical Credits

Jeff Scheetz   Arranger,Producer,Engineer
Lars Eric Mattsson   Engineer
Paul Gilbert   drum programming
Mark Dawson   Executive Producer
Chris Howard   Percussion Arrangement
Ron Keel   Producer
Jeff Pilson   Contributor
John Pace   Producer,Engineer
John Ugarté   Engineer
Eric Philippe   Artwork,Cover Design,Logo
Mattias Eklund   Producer,Engineer
Torben Enevoldsen   Producer
Hatake   Engineer
Matt Williams   Liner Notes

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Warmth in the Wilderness: A Tribute to Jason Becker 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Finland-based Lion Records is helping keep Becker¿s name in the limelight with a new double tribute CD honoring the fallen guitarist. In addition to Gregg and Matt Bissonette, other musicians appearing on Warmth In The Wilderness - A Tribute To Jason Becker include guitarists Lars Eric Mattsson, Steve Morse, Paul Nelson, Alex Masi, Marty Friedman, Mike Campese, Chris Poland and Vinnie Moore who appear along with a slew of other outstanding  musicians. All the artists here have donated their time while all profits  from Warmth In The Wilderness will go to the Becker family, who are doing their best under incredible duress. Lion Music are one of the premier heavy metal rock and guitar instrumental labels in Europe today and they clearly have done the right thing by honoring Becker¿s musical legacy with this well crafted 31 track double disc tribute album filled with new versions of Becker¿s music.  Robert Silverstien- 20th Century Guitar Magazine