- Performer Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
- Title Live at Reading Festival 1983
- Other formats DTS MIDI AU MPC TTA MP4 AC3
- Genre Blues
- Size MP3 1625 mb
- Size FLAC 1781 mb
- Rating: 4.8
- Votes: 474
Texas Flood is the first studio album by the American blues rock band Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, released on June 13, 1983 by Epic Records. The album was named after a cover featured on the album "Texas Flood", recorded by blues singer Larry Davis in 1958. Produced by the band and recording engineer Richard Mullen, it was recorded in only three days at Jackson Browne's personal recording studio in Los Angeles. Vaughan wrote six of the ten tracks on Texas Flood.
Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble – This sort of washed over me, sorry. I was busy waiting for Marillion. Marillion – While not yet at their peak, they had just recorded the Fugazi album, and so let rip with 'Assassing' for the first time. Stevie Ray Vaughan rocked. Black Sabbath were a bit of a let down. Marillion were really good & showed them up a bit I think because they were on just before. The Friday Rock Show Sessions: Live At Reading '83" (Raw Fruit FRSLP003) 1990. Jailbreak Thunder & Lightning Waitin' For an Alibi Are You Ready Baby Please Don't Go A Night in the Life of a Blues Singer The Holy War The Sun Goes Down Emerald Cold Sweat The Cowboy Song The Boys are Back in Town Suicide Sha La La Black Rose Baby Drives Me Crazy Rosalie/Dancing in the Moonlight/The Cowgirl Song Sill in.
Stevie Ray Vaughan Setlist at Little John's Farm, Reading, England. Complete Album stats. Last updated: 18 May 2019, 01:03 Etc/UTC. Hey, this setlist was played at a festival: Reading Festival 1983 setlists. Stevie Ray Vaughan Gig Timeline. Viewing Party - Bush and Live Reminisce Their Iconic Music Videos.
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The Rolling Stones - Sweet Summer Sun Hyde Park Live. Heart Fanatic Live from Caesars Colosseum. This is THE definitive Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble live performance, rivaled only by their final Austin City Limits appearance back in '89. This is Stevie at his guitar-hurricane finest. Man, this band was so good. Not being an audio engineer, perhaps it was due to flaws in the original master tape from 1983 made more apparent by the digital conversion process. It may be something else entirely, but the fact is the problem does exist in a few spots on this DVD (2:43-2:54 during 'Testify' was the most evident for me).
Audiences may not have been ready for Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble’s 1983 set at the Montreux Jazz Festival, but they were the toast of the festival when returned as headliners two years later. Watch Texas blues legend Johnny Copeland join the trio for a rousing rendition of Tin Pan Alley ! Listen to more here: ln. o/SRVPlaylist!fb. October 1, 2018 ·. Legacy Recordings created a poll.
Smack in the middle of their Live Alive Tour, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble’s travels took them to Oulu, Finland for Kuusrock where after being met with a sea of clapping hands and tiny waving flags, they launched into a blistering 5 minute cover of Albert Collins’ Don’t Lose Your Cool that – you guessed it – caused quite nearly everyone i. Fun Fact: A high energy instrumental blues piece, Don’t Lose Your Cool was written by Albert Collins in 1983 and featured on his 8th album, also titled Don’t Lose Your Cool. The best part of this performance by far is the fact that Stevie was entirely sober, and had been for two years. Though understandably exhausted after the grueling pace of the Live Alive Tour, Stevie Ray Vaughan is riding the natural high of a young man with the world at his feet, and for one of the first times ever, you can hear a lightness in his playing that wasn’t always there.
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