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This page includes a variety of items such as recordings Stevie Ray Vaughan played on, tributes. We took the opportunity to note some other great blues and rock greats from Texas.  

 

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In Session - 1999  
Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan

Recorded Dec. 6, 1983, at CHCH Studios, Hamilton, Ont.

This is more of an Albert King release since it is his band and material rather than a Stevie Ray Vaughan release. It is quite good. 

1. Call It Stormy Monday 
2. Old Times (chatter)
3. Pride And Joy 
4. Ask Me No Questions 
5. Pep Talk (chatter)
6. Blues At Sunrise 
7. Turn It Over (chatter)
8. Overall Junction 
9. Match Box Blues 
10. Who Is Stevie? (chatter)
11. Don't Lie To Me 

Albert King, electric guitar, vocals
Stevie Ray Vaughan, electric guitar (vocals, track 3) Tony Llorens, piano, organ
Gus Thornton, bass
Michael Llorens, drums

SACD
Amazon Editorial Reviews
Deluxe CD/DVD edition includes bonus DVD. 

Originally recorded for the Canadian television program In Session in 1983, this was a historic meeting of two artists that has been proven to be a very special moment This famed live jam session by Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan has proven to be an evening that will never be forgotten. 

Track Listing
Disc: 1
1. Call It Stormy Monday
2. Old Times
3. Pride and Joy
4. Ask Me No Questions
5. Pep Talk
6. Blues At Sunrise
7. Turn It Over
8. Overall Junction
9. Match Box Blues
10. Who Is Stevie?
11. Don't Lie To Me

Disc: 2
1. Introduction
2. Texas Flood
3. Call It Stormy Monday
4. Matchbox Blues
5. Pep Talk
6. Don't Lie To Me
7. Who Is Stevie?
8. Pride and Joy
9. I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts of Town
10. Outro 
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Family Style - 1990  
1. Hard To Be 
2. White Boots 
3. D/FW 
4. Good Texan 
5. Hillbillies From Outerspace 
6. Long Way From Home 
7. Tick Tock 
8. Telephone Song 
9. Baboom/Mama Said 
10. Brothers 
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 Solos, Sessions and Encores   
1 The Sky Is Crying (Live) 11:46 
2 Soulful Dress (Album Version) 5:25 
3 Don't Stop By The Creek, Son (Album Version) 6:44 
4 Miami Strut (Album Version) 4:17 
5 Na-Na-Ne-Na-Nay (Album Version) 5:10 
6 Goin' Down (Live) 8:48 
7 Oreo Cookie Blues (Album Version) 10:53 
8 On The Run (Live) 8:54 
9 Albert's Shuffle (Live) 11:51 
10 Change It (Live) 7:01 
11 You Can Have My Husband (Album Version) 4:13 
12 Texas Flood (Live) 9:10 
13 Pipeline (Album Version) 4:19 
14 Let's Dance (Album Version) 12:17 
From Amazon:
The blues-rock guitar hero's studio vaults were nearly empty when he died in an August 27, 1990, helicopter crash. This set unearths a 1978 Austin session track of "You Can Have My Husband" with Vaughan as second fiddle to his then girlfriend, singer Lou Ann Barton, but it's undistinguished compared to the previously unreleased live performances that compose this disc's heart. Vaughan contributes teeth-baring pentatonic solos to Lonnie Mack's "Oreo Cookie Blues" at Atlanta's Fox Theatre in 1986 and brings his bullish tone to the late blues piano stomper Katie Webster's "On the Run" at the 1988 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Bonnie Raitt's distinctively keening slide adds elegance to a "Texas Flood" from Bumbershoot 1985 in Seattle, and when Stevie's older sibling Jimmie Vaughan stops by Saturday Night Live to play rhythm on a 1985 "Change It," li'l bro' squeezes out screaming fireworks. But the best cut's a breathtaking '88 Jazz Fest slugfest with Texas Telecaster blaster Albert Collins that's jammed with howling, shaken notes and machine-gun riffing. Both are in top form. The rest is culled from Vaughan's guest appearances on others' releases or previous retrospectives and include matches with blues godfathers B.B. King and Albert King, as well as Johnny Copeland and A.C. Reed, Jeff Beck, Austin barrelhouser Marcia Ball, surf guitar king Dick Dale, and David Bowie, whose "Let's Dance" introduced Vaughan to the mainstream in 1983. --Ted Drozdowski
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 David Bowie - Let's Dance - 1983  
Stevie Ray Vaughan helps out on this David Bowie release. 

1. Modern Love 
2. China Girl 
3. Let's Dance 
4. Without You 
5. Ricochet 
6. Criminal World 
7. Cat People (Putting Out Fire) 
8. Shake It
 

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Pickin' on Stevie Ray Vaughan - 2001  
1. Couldn't Stand The Weather - Pat McGrath/Lee Hanover/Tim Crouch/David Talbot/Earl Palmer 
2. Superstition - Dennis Caplinger/Bill Bryson/Gabe Witcher/Kenny Blackwell 
3. Cold Shot - Pat McGrath/Tim Crouch/David Talbot/Earl Palmer/Dennis Crouch 
4. Pride And Joy - Dennis Caplinger/Bill Bryson/Michael Witcher/Kenny Blackwell 
5. Scuttle Buttin' - Mark Thornton/David Talbot/Tim Crouch/Earl Palmer/Dennis Crouch 
6. The Sky Is Crying - Dennis Caplinger/Bill Bryson/David McKelvy/Kenny Blackwell 
7. Rude Mood - Mark Thornton 
8. Life By The Drop - Dennis Caplinger/Bill Bryson/David McKelvy/Kenny Blackwell 
9. Love Struck Baby - Lee Hanover/Pat McGrath/Tim Crouch/David Talbot/Earl Palmer/Dennis Crouch 
10. Things That I Used To Do - Dennis Caplinger/Bill Bryson/Gabe Witcher/Kenny Blackwell 
11. Tight Rope - Pat McGrath/Lee Hanover/Tim Crouch/Earl Palmer/Dennis Crouch/David Talbot 
12. Lenny - Dennis Caplinger/Bill Bryson/Michael Witcher/Kenny Blackwell 
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A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan  - 1998  
From Amazon

Already a legend among musicians, Stevie Ray Vaughan was bringing new relevance and popularity to the blues when his career was cut short in a fatal helicopter accident following a 1990 concert appearance. His music offered the drama and sheer firepower of rock, and his flamboyant live shows likewise proved well suited to arena-sized crowds, yet there was little argument that Vaughan's fealty to the blues remained at the core of his style. This 1996 concert tribute underscores that common denominator through muscular performances from contemporary blues masters who readily (and appropriately) confirm the Texas guitarist as a true peer--it's no small matter that bona fide influences Buddy Guy and B.B. King cite the honoree on an equal plane with Vaughan's most obvious rock forebear, Jimi Hendrix.

King and Guy are among the stars who interpret Vaughan's own songbook in live performances backed by either his old band, Double Trouble, or the larger Tilt-a-Whirl Band. Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Dr. John, and the late guitarslinger's big brother, Jimmie Vaughan (himself a major figure since his days with the Fabulous Thunderbirds) all pay gritty musical homage noteworthy for powerhouse guitar work. Whether clad in coveralls (Guy) or Armani (Clapton, of course), each reaches the same common ground in the soul-deep language of the blues; equally important, the choice of material points up Vaughan's sure sense of blues song form and a penchant for tough, frequently witty lyrics that fit snugly into blues traditions. The 80-minute concert also intersperses brief interviews with the principals, with the music building toward a satisfying climax in three high-octane jams featuring the headliners in lively exchanges. The DVD optimizes the full-frame visuals of the original videotaped special, and the 5.1 audio mix likewise fine-tunes the straightforward stereo mix with some added ambience. --Sam Sutherland

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