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Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - Atlanta Sunset: The Georgia Broadcast 1986 (2015)

16-09-2015, 18:02
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Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - Atlanta Sunset: The Georgia Broadcast 1986 (2015)

Artist: Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
Title Of Album: Atlanta Sunset: The Georgia Broadcast 1986
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Blues Rock
Label: FM Concert Broadcasts
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 67:41
Total Size: 160 MB
Covers: Front

01. Lookin' Out The Window ( 4:09)
02. Look At Little Sister ( 4:13)
03. Mary Had A Little Lamb ( 8:36)
04. Superstition ( 4:26)
05. Willie The Wimp ( 5:08)
06. Cold Shot ( 6:27)
07. Couldn't Stand The Weather ( 7:10)
08. Life Without You (11:28)
09. Happy New Year's Blues ( 3:28)
10. Rude Mood ( 3:05)
11. Oreo Cookie Blues ( 6:47)
12. Wham ( 2:39)

"Atlanta, GA 31/12/86"
1986 was a critical year in the short life of Stevie Ray Vaughan. After struggling to gain any real exposure outside of Texas during the first decade of his career, in the early 1980s the young guitar virtuoso and his recently formed power trio, Double Trouble, caught the attention of powerful music industry players who would propel their musical career forward. By the release of the band's debut album, Texas Flood, in 1983, it was clear that Vaughan not only had the songs, the virtuosity and the charisma to become a global sensation, but also had the potential to revitalize the Blues genre itself. Three years on, however, things looked very different. Despite recruiting keyboardist Reese Wynans into the band to give their sound more depth, Vaughan's third LP, Soul to Soul, was greeted with less enthusiasm than its predecessors. Unknown to the public at the time, behind the scenes the guitarist's life was spiraling out of control - not only was he contending with an unrelenting work schedule, he was also struggling in a failing marriage and his drug and alcohol intake had become unmanageable. The death of his father, Jim, in August 1986 proved a major loss, and after collapsing in Germany, by late September the guitarist entered rehab. This performance comes from the 1986 New Year's Eve concert of Stevie's Live Alive Tour, his first run of shows since checking out of rehab in mid-November. Broadcast live on local station WRFG, it finds both Vaughan and band mate Tommy Shannon 10 weeks into recovery (in the encore Stevie introduces himself to the audience at Atlanta's Fox Theatre as 'Mr. Clean'). This new sobriety can be heard in the bristling energy of the show, the nuanced technique and precision that was absent from the band's performances earlier in the year finally returning and even enhanced by their clear-headedness. For the last two numbers, Vaughan's great hero Lonnie Mack sits in with the band, closing with a performance of his 1963 hit instrumental Wham! - the first record ever purchased by a then nine-year old Stevie Ray Vaughan. It's a fitting end to a remarkable concert.

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Orion69   User offline   17 September 2015 16:04

Thanks a lot

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