Stevie Ray Vaughan

Stevie Ray Vaughan (* 3. Oktober 1954 in Dallas, Texas; † 27. August 1990 in East Troy, Wisconsin) war ein amerikanischer Blues- und Bluesrock-Musiker, der oft in einer Reihe mit Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Winter und Eric Clapton genannt wird, die schon gut 15 Jahre vor Vaughans kommerziellem Durchbruch das Genre des blueslastigen Rock geprägt hatten.


Texas Flood

Long version of Texas Flood by stevie ray vaughn ! Texas Flood is an electric blues album by blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan and his band Double Trouble, released in 1983.
Although "Texas Flood" has three verses of lyrics, the song is more of a prolonged guitar solo, allowing Vaughan to show off his characteristic electric blues style. During live shows, he would often play portions of this song behind his back, arousing an enthusiastic crowd response. Stylistically, "Texas Flood" is structured around the common three chord blues progression. Written and performed in the key of G (sounding F# because of Vaughan's tuning), it is in 12/8 time, or compound time, which gives it a "slow burning" feel that is common in Texas blues.

22 April 1988 on board the S.S. Presidente, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, New Orleans, La. SRV with Double Trouble, Albert Collins, B.B. King and Katie Webster (kb).

So Excited

Excelente versión de "So Excited", del disco en vivo "Best little blueshouse in texas".

Tin Pan Alley Part1

Stevie Ray Vaughan playing Tin Pan Alley with Johnny Copeland at Montreux's Festival in 1985.

Tin Pan Alley Part2

The Sky Is Crying

The King's Head