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Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble: Live from Austin, Texas (1995)

Video  -  Music  -  31 October 1995 (USA)
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Stevie Ray Vaughan performs live with his trio Double Trouble on the show "Austin City Limits." "Live From Austin, Texas" chronicles two separate shows of "Austin City Limits," one from ... See full summary »

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Tommy Shannon ...
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Stevie Ray Vaughan ...
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Reese Wynans ...
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Stevie Ray Vaughan performs live with his trio Double Trouble on the show "Austin City Limits." "Live From Austin, Texas" chronicles two separate shows of "Austin City Limits," one from 1983 and one from 1989. The show includes such Vaughan classics as "Pride and Joy," "Texas Flood," "The House Is Rockin'," and "Crossfire." Written by Matt Dicker

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Only SRV Could Do Hendrix Justice
18 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Included on this DVD is footage from two concerts, two appearances on television's "Austin City Limits." I thought this was easily the best of the three Stevie Ray concert tapes (DVDs) I've seen. All of them are good, however.

Most of this is from the 1989 concert but I enjoyed the three songs from the '83 concert the most. They seemed to be the most intense and the most impressive. The latter adjective mainly describes his work on "Voodoo Chile." To my knowledge, Vaughan is the only guitarist to successfully imitate the late-and-great Jimi Hendrix. (Although SRV's vocals aren't as good.)

After 40-some minutes of rocking blues and rock, there is a change-of-pace and beautifully done jazz instrumental called "Riviera Paradise." Featured on that piece is keyboard player, "Reese Wynans," who does an outstanding job.

This is a feel-good, great music and most of it would make for a good aerobic-workout music, too.


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