Flexable 36th Anniversary CD

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36TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
With over 15 million career album and DVD sales around the world, Steve Vai will soon be adding to these figures with the release of Flex-Able: 36th Anniversary Edition CD.

THE PROJECT

Coming fresh off his 3 year residency as lead guitarist in Frank Zappa’s band, Vai spent the majority of 1983 in the studio. These recordings resulted in the 1984 release of Flex-Able which introduced Vai to the world as a solo artist. The standout instrumental track, “The Attitude Song”, was featured in the October 1984 issue of Guitar Player magazine as the first sound sheet Flexi Disc and quickly established Vai as a bonafide and powerful innovator of guitar pyrotechnics. Flex-Able has served as an integral part of Vai’s career that paved the way for him to join Alcatrazz, David Lee Roth’s band, Whitesnake, and his follow up, platinum tour-de-force, second album Passion & Warfare.

No expense or process was spared in the refurbishing and re-release packaging for Flex-Able. It was remastered in 2020 by Bernie Grundman using the original ¼” analog master tapes. The package includes a single CD in a dual poclet gatefold wallet with an immaculate 32-page booklet featuring many never before seen photos as well as extensive liner notes written by Vai recounting the story of how this record came to be.

THE BUZZ

• 2020 Remaster by Bernie Grundman from the original master tapes.
• Immaculate 32-page booklet with dual slot gatefold wallet featuring many never before seen photos as well as liner notes written by Vai.
• Steve Vai is currently in the studio recording a brand new solo acoustic/vocal record of all new material. It will be released sometime in 2021.
• Sharing the record on Vai’s socials, a combined 4 Million reach!

TRACK LIST

1. Little Green Men
2. Viv Woman
3. Lovers Are Crazy
4. Salamanders In The Sun
5. The Boy/Girl Song
6. The Attitude Song
7. Call It Sleep
8. Junkie
9. Bill’s Private Parts
10. Next Stop Earth
11. There’s Something Dead In Here