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Stevie Ray Vaughan - Bumbershoot Arts Festival 1985 (Live) (2015)

5-09-2015, 17:30
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Stevie Ray Vaughan - Bumbershoot Arts Festival 1985 (Live) (2015)

Artist: Stevie Ray Vaughan
Title Of Album: Bumbershoot Arts Festival 1985 (Live)
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Texas Blues, Blues Rock
Label: Chrome Dreams
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 77:20
Total Size: 181 MB
Covers: Front

01. Scuttle Buttin (Live) (2:32)
02. Say What (Live) (5:14)
03. Lookin' Out The Window (Live) (2:11)
04. Look At Little Sister (Live) (3:17)
05. Ain't Gonna Give Up On Love (Live) (8:00)
06. Change It (Live) (4:43)
07. You'll Be Mine (Live) (4:47)
08. Empty Arms (Live) (2:41)
09. Come On (Live) (4:56)
10. Cold Shot (Live) (6:16)
11. Couldn't Stand The Weather (Live) (6:33)
12. Life Without You (Live) (8:52)
13. Pride And Joy (Live) (5:11)
14. Texas Flood (With Bonnie Raitt) (Live) (8:24)
15. Testify (With Bonnie Raitt) (Live) (3:38)

Having played the dives and clubs of his native Texas since the early 1970s, it was his appearance, with backing band Double Trouble, at the 1982 Montreux Jazz Festival's blues night that changed his fortunes. In addition to playing a blistering set, Vaughan met David Bowie in Montreux, who invited the blues-man to feature on his next album Let's Dance - due out in early 1983. Vaughan performed some astonishing guitar on the record, which went on to be Bowie's best seller, but SRV pulled out of the album's promotional Serious Moonlight tour weeks before it was due to begin. In March 1985, recording for Double Trouble's third studio album, Soul to Soul, began at the Dallas Sound Lab. As the sessions progressed, Vaughan became increasingly frustrated with his own lack of inspiration and was allowed a relaxed pace of recording, which contributed to a lack of focus due to excesses in alcohol and other drugs. Soul to Soul was released on 30th September, 1985, and peaked at number 34 and remained on the Billboard 200 through mid-1986, eventually certified gold. It was shortly before the release date that the year's Bumbershoot Festival took place. SRV performed on the evening of 1st September, and despite the difficulties prevalent during its recording, 9of the 10 tracks from Soul To Soul were played, alongside another 7 songs from earlier albums, cover versions and - at the time - unreleased rarities. Many of his problems with abuse would continue to haunt Stevie Ray across at least another year following the release of Soul To Soul, when, after a near death experience, he booked into a London Clinic for rehab - but the sheer power and intensity of the album is almost certainly best illustrated in this live rendition - indeed for many of those who are familiar with this recording, these are generally the preferred versions of the album's marvellous songs.

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