Stevie Ray Vaughan - Blues You Can Use (Live) (2016) [Electric Blues]; mp3, 320 kbps

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Stevie Ray Vaughan - Blues You Can Use (Live) (2016) [Electric Blues]; mp3, 320 kbps

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Artist: Stevie Ray Vaughan
Album: Blues You Can Use (Live)
Genre: Electric Blues
Origin: USA
Released: 2016
Quality: mp3, 320 kbps
Tracklist:
  1. Scuttle Buttin' (Live at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, Pa 1987)
  2. Say What (Live at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, Pa 1987)
  3. Lookin' out the Window' (Live at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, Pa 1987)
  4. Look at Little Sister (Live at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, Pa 1987)
  5. Mary Had a Little Lamb (Live at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, Pa 1987)
  6. Ain't Gone 'N' Give up on Love (Live at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, Pa 1987)
  7. Superstition (Live at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, Pa 1987)
  8. Cold Shot (Live at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, Pa 1987)
  9. Couldn't Stand the Weather (Live at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, Pa 1987)
  10. Life Without You (Live at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, Pa 1987)
  11. Come On (Part III) [Live at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, Pa 1987]
  12. Love Struck Baby (Live at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, Pa 1987)
  13. Rude Mood (Live at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, Pa 1987)

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ALMOST CERTAINLY THE FINEST LIVE RECORDING YET RELEASED BY STEVIE RAY Having almost single-handedly resurrected the blues movement via his Hendrix-esque guitar work, powerful vocals and perfectly crafted songs, the trials and tribulations of Stevie Ray Vaughan are well documented. Despite his premature passing, recordings such as the one included on this CD help to keep the Stevie Ray Vaughan flame alive. Taken from a radio broadcast aired by WMMR FM, of a show performed at the Mann Music Center in Philadelphia on 30th June 1987, this set clearly demonstrates why the legend of Stevie Ray and Double Trouble has been so enduring. Touring seven months after the release of his then last album, Live Alive - a live album which Vaughan himself was admittedly dissatisfied with due to its poor recording, lacklustre playing and countless overdubs this show finds the band on absolute top form. In addition, this is almost certainly the finest quality live audio recording available by this quite extraordinary performer.

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