Also featuring fourearly arrangements of songs that later appeared on the Texas Flood album. Due to the brevity of the Nashville '78 session the producers have added a live soundboard recording featuring Lou AnnBarton and three tracks featuring Johnni Reno on saxophone. Tracks 1-10: Studio Recordings, Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee at Jack Clemont's Belmont Studio, early 1978. Bonus tracks 11-17, Austin Blues Festival 1979, Bonus tracks 18-20, Piona's, Oct. 1978. 01 - You Can Have My Husband (2:53) 02 - Rude Mood (3:25) 03 - Pride And Joy (3:00) 04 - Oh, Yeah (3:00) 05 - Love.
Shows Artists Similar To Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble Appear. Runtime: 1 hr 1 min. Double Down Live was shot during their European tour in 2008 and combines great live performances, interview clips and back stage footage to create the ultimate ZZ Top on the road movie. Added to My Q. Show Information. Live In Germany features ZZ Top's 1980 performance at the Grugahalle in Essen for the German TV series Rockpalast. Hot on the heels of their classic Deguello album, the show sees ZZ Top in their essence as the 'lil ol' band from Texas' nickname in a set packed with their early hits.
Stevie Ray Vaughan was an American blues rock guitarist, singer, and songwriter, and the frontman for the band Double Trouble. During his career he released four studio albums, one live album, and several singles. At the time of his death on August 27, 1990, Stevie Ray Vaughan left behind a large collection of recordings. Over the years, his record companies have continued to issue his music in various formats.
Stevie Ray Vaughan performing on the television series Austin City Limits in 1989. Background information. Due to the brevity of the Nashville ‘78 session the producers have added a live soundboard recording featuring Lou Ann Barton and three tracks featuring Johnni Reno on saxophone. Notes: The above paragraph is the supposed story behind this recording as told on the CD inlay. In the Beginning is a live album by Stevie (Ray) Vaughan and Double Trouble (the stage name at that time did not include Vaughan's middle name). While the album was released about two years after Vaughan's death in 1990, the actual performance took place on April 1, 1980 at Steamboat 1874 in Austin, Texas, and was broadcast live on KLBJ-FM radio.
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