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01. Pride And Joy
02. Love Struck Baby
03. Wham
04. You Can Have My Husband
05. Tina Nina Nu
06. Maybe
07. Oh Yeah!
08. Sugar Coated Love
09. I'll Change
10. Hip Hip Baby
11. Collins Shuffle
12. In The Open
13. Empty Arms
14. Tin Pan Alley

Stevie Ray Vaughan - guitar, vocals
Jack Newhouse - bass
Chris Layton - drums
Lou Ann Barton - vocals (tracks 4-10)
Robert Cray - guitar (track 14)
Curtis Salgado - harmonica (track 14)

Broadcast on KFAT-FM "Fat Fry", Gilroy CA, 1979.08.20.

 

A "Fat Fry" was a live show broadcasted on Monday nights over KFAT radio.

While KFAT's studios were located in Gilroy, CA, the bands actually performed 50 miles away at the Keystone in Palo Alto, CA.

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Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - In Step (1989) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/24083-stevie-ray-vaughan-a-double-trouble-in-step-1989.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/24083-stevie-ray-vaughan-a-double-trouble-in-step-1989.html Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - In Step (1989)

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1 	The House Is Rockin' 	2:25
2 	Crossfire 	4:11
3 	Tightrope 	4:41
4 	Let Me Love You Baby 	2:44
5 	Leave My Girl Alone 	4:16
6 	Travis Walk 	2:21
7 	Wall Of Denial 	5:37
8 	Scratch-N-Sniff 	2:43
9 	Love Me Darlin' 	3:22
10 	Riviera Paradise 	8:50

Stevie Ray Vaughan – guitar, vocals
Tommy Shannon – bass guitar
Chris Layton – drums, percussion
Reese Wynans – keyboards
Additional personnel
Texacali Horns - on "Crossfire" and "Love Me Darlin'"
Joe Sublett – saxophone
Darrell Leonard – trumpet

 

Stevie Ray Vaughan had always been a phenomenal guitarist, but prior to In Step, his songwriting was hit or miss. Even when he wrote a classic modern blues song, it was firmly within the genre's conventions; only on Soul to Soul's exquisite soul-blues "Life Without You" did he attempt to stretch the boundaries of the form. As it turns out, that was the keynote for In Step, an album where Vaughan found his own songwriting voice, blending blues, soul, and rock in unique ways, and writing with startling emotional honesty. Yes, there are a few covers, all well chosen, but the heart of the album rests in the songs he co-wrote with Doyle Bramhall, the man who penned the Soul to Soul highlight "Change It." Bramhall proved to be an ideal collaborator for Vaughan; tunes like the terse "Tightrope" and the dense "Wall of Denial" feel so intensely personal, it's hard to believe that they weren't the product of just one man. Yet the lighter numbers -- the dynamite boogie "The House Is Rockin'" and the breakneck blues of "Scratch-n-Sniff" -- are just as effective as songs. Of course, he didn't need words to make effective music: "Travis Walk" is a blistering instrumental, complete with intricate fingerpicking reminiscent of the great country guitarist Merle Travis, while the shimmering "Riviera Paradise" is every bit as lyrical and lovely as his previous charmer, "Lenny." The magnificent thing about In Step is how it's fully realized, presenting every facet of Vaughan's musical personality, yet it still soars with a sense of discovery. It's a bittersweet triumph, given Vaughan's tragic death a little over a year after its release, yet it's a triumph all the same. ---Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AllMusic Review

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Stevie Ray Vaughan - The King's Head (2013) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/14868-stevie-ray-vaughan-the-kings-head-2013.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/14868-stevie-ray-vaughan-the-kings-head-2013.html Stevie Ray Vaughan - The King's Head (2013)

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01. Hideaway
02. Love Me Darlin'
03. Tin Pan Alley
04. Love Struck Baby
05. I'm Cryin'
06. Texas Flood
07. I'm Leaving You (Commit A Crime)
08. Little Wing
09. Driving South

Line Up:
- Stevie Ray Vaughan – Guitars & Vocals
- Jackie Newhouse - Bass
- Chris “Whipper” Layton - Drums

 

This was broadcast on FM99 WNOR from 'The King's Head Inn' in Norfolk Virginia, July 22nd 1980.

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Stevie Ray Vaughan - Stubb's BBQ Lubbock TX (1978) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/9535-stevie-ray-vaughan-1977-stubbs-bbq-lubbock-tx.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/9535-stevie-ray-vaughan-1977-stubbs-bbq-lubbock-tx.html Stevie Ray Vaughan - Stubb's BBQ Lubbock TX (1978)

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Disc 1

1. Last night
2. Natural born lover/Tell me why
3. All through the night
4. Ti Na Nee Na Nu
5. St. James Infirmary
6. Kansas City
7. I'm a good woman
8. Will my man be home tonight
9. Albert's Alley
10. A little thang
11. Green onions
12. One way out
13. Shake and rock and roll
14. You are my girl

Tracks 1-9 : Broadway 50/50 Club, San Antonio, TX 1978
Tracks 10-14 - Stubb's BBQ, Lubbock, TX 1977

Disc 2

1. Everyday I have the blues
2. Sweet little angel
3. I tried
4. Don't you lie to me
5. Texas flood
6. Dimples
7. A little thang
8. I go crazy
9. Shake and rock and roll
10. Baby, I don't know
11. Cold cold cold
12. Part time lover
13. Next time you see me
14. Well I done got over it
15. Stranded in St. Louis/Five long years

Disc 3

1. I tried
2. Don't you lie to me
3. You done lost your good thing now
4. I'm cryin'
5. Backstroke/Last night
6. Sun is shining
7. Roll roll roll
8. Honest I do
9. Lucille

Line-up: 
Stevie Ray Vaughan - guitar/vocals 
Lou Ann Barton - vocals
Mike Kindred - organ
W.C. Clark - bassguitar
Freddie Pharaoh - drums
Johnny Reno - saxophone

Live at Stubb’s Barbecue, Lubbock, Texas - 02 DEC 1878 - soundboard.

SRV first met Stubb when he was in his late teens. He would regularly play at Stubb’s Bar-B-Q joint in Lubbock. Stories abound about SRV regularly blowing his earnings, stranding himself in Lubbock. Stubb would always empty his cash register and give all that he had to SRV so the kid could get back home to Austin.

Stubb loved the blues. The next time you feel like some slow and low guitar, put on SRV’s “Tin Pan Alley (aka Roughest Place In Town)”. SRV learned to play this song by listening to James Reed’s version on Stubb’s jukebox.

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Stevie Ray Vaughan – Soul to Soul (1999) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/7534-stevie-ray-vaughan-soul-to-soul-1985.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/7534-stevie-ray-vaughan-soul-to-soul-1985.html Stevie Ray Vaughan – Soul to Soul (1999)

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01. Say What! (5:23)
02. Lookin' Out The Window (2:47) play
03. Look At Little Sister (3:07)
04. Ain't Gone 'N' Give Up On Love (6:07)
05. Gone Home (3:05) play
06. Change It (3:57)
07. You'll Be Mine (3:44)
08. Empty Arms (3:02)
09. Come On (Part III) (4:31)
10. Life Without You (4:18)

Personnel:
Stevie Ray Vaughan (vocals, guitar);
Joe Sublett (saxophone);
Reese Wynans (keyboards);
Tommy Shannon (bass);
Chris Layton (drums).

 

1985's SOUL TO SOUL was Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble's third album and on it, they are joined by keyboardist Reese Wynans whose contributions gives it a funkier edge than its two predecessors. Vaughan was always respectful of his roots and this time out he chose to included covers of songs by Hank Ballard ("Look At Little Sister"), Earl King ("Come On [Part III]") and Willie Dixon ("You'll Be Mine"). Even on songs he'd written himself, the Texas guitar slinger can be heard channeling Albert King's high-bent, string-squeezing technique on "Ain't Gone 'N' Give Up On Love," while a Jimi Hendrix-like combo of squalling leads and wah-wah-soaked rhythm playing saturate the infectious title track.

Wynans fattened up the trio's sound and his use of Hammond organ is a perfect compliment to the Grant Green-like touch Vaughan gave to Eddie Harris' "Gone Home." "Change It" takes on an insistent edge as Wynan's organ swirls around SRV's crunching riffs. The bonus tracks include a 1989 interview with Timothy White along with the Slim Harpo-flavored "Slip Slidin' Slim" and a monster medley of Hendrix's "Little Wing/Third Stone From The Sun."

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Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues – SR Vaughan (2003) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/5043-martin-scorsese-presents-the-blues-sr-vaughan-2003.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/5043-martin-scorsese-presents-the-blues-sr-vaughan-2003.html Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues – SR Vaughan (2003)

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1. Slide Thing (Live)
2. All Your Love I Miss Loving (Live)
3. Pride And Joy
4. Dirty Pool
5. Texas Flood
6. Hug You, Squeeze You (live)
7. The Things (That) I Used To Do
8. Honey Bee
9. Give Me Back My Wig
10. The Sky Is Crying (Live)
11. Look At Little Sister
12. Empty Arms
13. Come On (Part III)
14. Ain't Gone 'N' Give Up On Love (Live Version)
15. Mary Had A Little Lamb (Live)
16. Leave My Girl Alone
Personnel: Stevie Ray Vaughan (vocals, guitar); Reese Wynans (keyboards); Tommy Shannon, Jackie Newhouse (bass); Chris Layton (drums).

 

While 2002's Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble is the place to go for the complete picture, Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: Stevie Ray Vaughan works well as a nice single-disc introduction to the work of the influential blues guitarist. Perhaps a few more hits could have been included to make this more attractive to the curious buyer, but with a previously unreleased live version of "Mary Had a Little Lamb" and a track listing that dodges much of the 1995 Greatest Hits collection, this does offer an alternative for longtime fans. ---Matt Collar, Rovi

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Stevie Ray Vaughan - The First Thunder (1979) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/5040-stevie-ray-vaughan-the-first-thunder-1979.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/5040-stevie-ray-vaughan-the-first-thunder-1979.html Stevie Ray Vaughan - The First Thunder (1979)

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1 Rude Mood
2 Dirty Pool
3 I'm Crying
4 You're Gonna Miss Me Baby
5 Pride And Joy
6 Love Struck Baby
7 Natural Born Lover
8 Tina Nina Nu
9 Scratch my back
10 I'll Change
11 Shake A Hand, Shake A Hand
12 Oh Baby
13 Sugar Coated Love
14 Love In Vain
15 You Can Have My Husban But Please Don't Mess With My Man
16 My Baby's Gone

 

Recorded live in Austin, Texas, during 1979 performances of the band. Tracks 1-6 recorded live with soundcheck in Austin, April 1979. Tracks 7-13 recorded live at Austin Blues Festival with Lou Ann Barton, May 1979. Tracks 14-16 recorded live at the "Peona's", October 1979, with Johnny Reno on sax.

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administration@theblues-thatjazz.com (bluesever) Stevie Ray Vaughan Thu, 10 Jun 2010 19:40:36 +0000
Vaughan Brothers – Family Style 1990 http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/5035-vaughan-brothers-family-style-1990.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/5035-vaughan-brothers-family-style-1990.html The Vaughan Brothers – Family Style (1990)

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1. Hard To Be - 4:41
2. White Boots - 3:50
3. D/FW - 2:49
4. Good Texan - 4:22
5. Hillbillies From Outerspace - 3:35
6. Long Way From Home - 3:15	play
7. Tick Tock - 4:57
8. Telephone Song - 3:28		play
9. Baboom/Mama Said - 4:29
10. Brothers - 5:05

Jimmie Vaughan & Stevie Ray Vaughan - Guitar, Vocals
Al Berry, Preston Hubbard - Bass
Larry Aberman, Doyle Bramhall - Drums
with
Richard Hilton - Keyboards
Rockin' Sydney - Accordion
Stan Harrison, Steve Elson - Alto, Tenor, Baritone Saxophones

 

Family Style is a blues-rock album by the Vaughan Brothers, released September 1990. The album features the brethren guitarists and vocalists, Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughan, in their only studio collaboration. In his early years, Stevie Ray Vaughan often remarked that he would like to do an album with his brother. He fulfilled that wish in his very last studio performance. The liner notes end with "Thanks Mama V. for letting us play."

 

Stevie Ray Vaughan died in a helicopter crash on August 27, 1990, just as the first single from this CD, the beautiful Motown/soul-inspired workout "Tick Tock," was about to climb the charts and make the blues-rock hero an international superstar. Thankfully, he was able to make this delightful and laid-back album with his brother. For Jimmie and Stevie Ray, it was a kind of spiritual reunion. Jimmie had followed Stevie down the path to sobriety. These New York City sessions were a spirited celebration intended to mark the beginning of their musical partnership. While some tunes sound like the result of mere jamming, "Telephone Song" is one of Stevie's best numbers: an elegant blues shout with screaming guitar breaks. And Jimmie's B-3 organ-like textures on steel guitar astound. --Ted Drozdowski

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Stevie Ray Vaughan – Texas Flood (1983) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/5032-stevie-ray-vaughan-texas-flood-1983.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/5032-stevie-ray-vaughan-texas-flood-1983.html Stevie Ray Vaughan – Texas Flood (1983)

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1.    "Love Struck Baby" (Stevie Ray Vaughan) – 2:24
2.    "Pride and Joy" (Vaughan) - 3:40
3.    "Texas Flood" (Larry Davis, Joseph Wade Scott) – 5:21
4.    "Tell Me" (Howlin' Wolf) – 2:49
5.    "Testify" (Ronald Isley/O'Kelly Isley, Jr./Rudolph Isley) – 3:25
6.    "Rude Mood" (Vaughan) – 4:40
7.    "Mary Had a Little Lamb" (Buddy Guy) – 2:47
8    "Dirty Pool" (Doyle Bramhall, Vaughan) – 5:02
9.    "I'm Cryin'" (Vaughan) – 3:42
10.    "Lenny" (Vaughan) – 4:58
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11.    "SRV Speaks" - 0:37
12.    "Tin Pan Alley (aka Roughest Place in Town)" (Robert Geddins) - 7:42
13.    "Testify" (live) - 3:54
14.    "Mary Had a Little Lamb" (live) (Guy) - 3:31
15.    "Wham!" (live) (Lonnie Mack) - 4:20

Musicians:
    Stevie Ray Vaughan - guitar, vocals
    Tommy Shannon - bass
    Chris Layton – drums

 

It's hard to overestimate the impact Stevie Ray Vaughan's debut, Texas Flood, had upon its release in 1983. At that point, blues was no longer hip, the way it was in the '60s. Texas Flood changed all that, climbing into the Top 40 and spending over half a year on the charts, which was practically unheard of for a blues recording. Vaughan became a genuine star and, in doing so, sparked a revitalization of the blues. This was a monumental impact, but his critics claimed that, no matter how prodigious Vaughan's instrumental talents were, he didn't forge a distinctive voice; instead, he wore his influences on his sleeve, whether it was Albert King's pinched yet muscular soloing or Larry Davis' emotive singing. There's a certain element of truth in that, but that was sort of the point of Texas Flood. Vaughan didn't hide his influences; he celebrated them, pumping fresh blood into a familiar genre. When Vaughan and Double Trouble cut the album over the course of three days in 1982, he had already played his set lists countless times; he knew how to turn this material inside out or goose it up for maximum impact. The album is paced like a club show, kicking off with Vaughan's two best self-penned songs, "Love Struck Baby" and "Pride and Joy," then settling into a pair of covers, the slow-burning title track and an exciting reading of Howlin' Wolf's "Tell Me," before building to the climax of "Dirty Pool" and "I'm Crying." Vaughan caps the entire thing with "Lenny," a lyrical, jazzy tribute to his wife. It becomes clear that Vaughan's true achievement was finding something personal and emotional by fusing different elements of his idols. Sometimes the borrowing was overt, and other times subtle, but it all blended together into a style that recalled the past while seizing the excitement and essence of the present. ---Stephen Thomas Erlewine , Rovi

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Stevie Ray Vaughan Tribute – Lenny (2009) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/4282-stevie-ray-vaughan-tribute-lenny-2009.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/924-srv/4282-stevie-ray-vaughan-tribute-lenny-2009.html Stevie Ray Vaughan Tribute – Lenny (2009)

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1.Howard Hart / The Things That I Used To Do
2.James Ryan / Change It
3.Carlo Fragnito / Couldn’t Stand The Weather
4.Brian Tarquin / House Is A Rockin’
5.Pom / Life By The Drop
6.Steve Booke / The Sky Is Crying
7.Doug Doppler / Crossfire
8.Larry Van Fleet / Telephone Song
9.James Ryan / Life Without You
10.Buddy Guy & Junior Wells / Stormy Monady
Personnel: Andrew Crawford (vocals, guitar); Doug Doppler (guitar, drums); Larry VanFleet, Carlo Fragnito, Howard Hart, James Ryan, Steve Booke, Brian Tarquin (guitar); Dove Linkhorn (organ); Johnny Giamara, Robi Parolin, Nate VanFleet, John Caputo, Greg Morrow, Joe Randazzo (drums).

 

This 2009 tribute to the great Stevie Ray Vaughan is for six-string diehards: they are the ones who will recognize the names Howard Hart, James Ryan, Carlo Fragnito, Steve Booke, Doug Doppler, Larry Van Fleet, and POM; they are the ones who will enjoy that these are all-instrumental recordings; they are the ones who will appreciate the approximations of SRV’s tone and attack on the verses and signature riffs, as well as how the guitarists stray off track on their own solos, revealing some measure of their own styles. As a group, they’re all so faithful to Stevie that they seem to be stuck in the ‘80s in terms of their production -- it’s all big, clean, and precise, the solo tones not heard much in 2009 outside of a John Mayer record -- and that makes the excavation of Buddy Guy and Junior Wells playing “Stormy Monday” stick out a bit like a sore thumb at the end. Still, everybody’s heart is in the right place and there’s a lot of solid genre playing here, which may appeal to fanatics of SRV and blues guitar alike. ---Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

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administration@theblues-thatjazz.com (bluesever) Stevie Ray Vaughan Thu, 15 Apr 2010 21:27:56 +0000