Stevie Ray Vaughan - North Of The Great Divide: The Seattle Broadcast 1986 (Feat. Bonnie Raitt) (2015)
Artist: Stevie Ray Vaughan
Title Of Album: North Of The Great Divide: The Seattle Broadcast 1986 (Feat. Bonnie Raitt)
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Blues Rock
Label: Great American Broadcast Company
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 77:21
Total Size: 182 MB
01. Scuttle Buttin' (2:32)
02. Say What (5:13)
03. Lookin' Out The Window (2:10)
04. Look At Little Sister (3:18)
05. Ain't Gonna Give Up On Love (8:01)
06. Change (4:42)
07. You'll Be Mine (4:48)
08. Empty Arms (2:40)
09. Come On (4:56)
10. Cold Shot (6:16)
11. Couldn't Stand The Weather (6:33)
12. Life Without You (8:52)
13. Pride And Joy (5:11)
14. Texas Flood (8:24)
15. Testify (3:40)
By the mid-eighties Stevie Ray Vaughan s star was in the ascendant. His rise to national prominence had included an initial appearance on David Bowie s Let s Dance , followed by a top forty debut album, an even more successful sophomore effort and a host of Grammy nominations, as well as an award for Best Traditional Blues Record. It was a steep rise in which the young guitarist definitively reinvigorated Texas blues and established a reputation of the first rank. 1985 s Soul to Soul saw Stevie take a considerable, though artistically brave, risk in reconstituting his band, Double Trouble. The move was controversial; Vaughan s career had been built as the leader of a blues power trio and die-hard fans were divided on a more expansive sound and a digression from straight blues. This performance, live from the Bumbershoot Arts Festival in Seattle and originally broadcast by local radio station KISW captures Stevie Ray Vaughan in the month that Soul to Soul was released. It is a fascinating document of a key turning point in his career, at the height of his fame before the addictions took over, and about to unveil a landmark album with a new sound. Here, together with classic material from his early repertoire, Stevie performs almost all of Soul to Soul for an expectant audience. He is joined on stage by the peerless blues guitarist and singer-songwriter Bonnie Raitt in what is a unique, unmissable concert from the quintessential Double Trouble era.
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