Stevie ray vaughan carnegie hall

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stevie ray vaughan carnegie hall

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - Live at Carnegie Hall by Stevie Ray Vaughan

(Guitar Recorded Versions). 13 tunes from the 1997 album that the All Music Guide calls Stevie Rays best live record yet released. The performance took place during the 1984 tour for Couldnt Stand the Weather, and featured guest performers Jimmie Vaughan and Dr. John. Songs include: C.O.D. * Cold Shot * Dirty Pool * Honey Bee * Iced Over * Lenny * Letter to My Girlfriend * Love Struck Baby * Pride and Joy * Rude Mood * Scuttle Buttin * Testifyin * The Things That I Used to Do. Includes photos.
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The Things That I Used to Do (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, NY - October 1984)

Live at Carnegie Hall is the ninth album (and third live album) by American blues rock band Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, released by Epic Records.
Stevie Ray Vaughan

Live at Carnegie Hall

More Images. Please enable Javascript to take full advantage of our site features. Edit Master Release. Electric Blues , Texas Blues. Iced Over Lenny Rude Mood. Add Review Tonymour November 26, Report. Concerning sound quality, no clicks or pops, no background noise even from the very start.

Welcome To AlbumLinerNotes. To download this album via iTunes, click here: To buy this album from Amazon. Love Struck Baby S. Honey Bee S. Cold Shot M. Clark — BMI 7. Letter To My Girlfriend E.

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Live At Carnegie Hall documents a special moment in the life and career of Stevie Ray Vaughan, who had turned 30 years old the night before and - as the last notes of "Rude Mode" rang in the air - called this celebratory performance "my best birthday ever A live recording of "Texas Flood" from the Montreux performance would earn the band its first Grammy Award.

THERE'S nothing like a hot guitarist to get the men in a rock-and-roll audience on their feet and screaming. At Carnegie Hall, where the year-old Texas guitar virtuoso Stevie Ray Vaughan led a ''soul revue'' on Thursday, there were moments when the staid auditorium became a whistling, stomping roadhouse. A veteran of the southern bar band circuit, Mr. Vaughan was discovered in Texas two years ago by the Rolling Stones, and his style is some ways the culmination of a blues guitar tradition that runs from Robert Johnson through Jimi Hendrix. Although he is able to play in almost almost any idiom, Mr. Vaughan is at heart a southern honky-tonk guitarist-singer whose taut phrasing and steely muscularity of tone remain fairly strictly within a raw country-blues genre.

Note: This concert was a benefit for the T. Martell Foundation in cancer research and celebrated Stevie's 30th birthday. Please sign in to comment. You can also connect with Facebook or Twitter. Show edits and comments. Tour stats.

The album consists of live selections from their sold-out October 4, benefit concert at Carnegie Hall for the T. Martell Foundation. Backed by a ten-piece big band for the second half of the event, Vaughan had celebrated his thirtieth birthday the night before, and called the concert his "best birthday ever, forever". Initially ranked as the top blues album of , Live at Carnegie Hall peaked at number 40 on the Billboard , where it spent twelve weeks on the chart. Guests on the album include Vaughan's brother Jimmie Vaughan guitar , Dr.


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