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Stevie Ray Vaughan - Transmission Impossible [3CD] (2015)

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Stevie Ray Vaughan - Transmission Impossible [3CD] (2015)
Artist: Stevie Ray Vaughan
Title Of Album: Transmission Impossible
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Blues/Rock
Label: Eat To The Beat
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 3:40:10
Total Size: 516 MB

Disc: 1
1. Scuttle Buttin' 03:08
2. Testify 03:45
3. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) 12:17
4. The Things (That) I Used To Do 06:14
5. Couldn't Stand The Weather 05:10
6. Cold Shot 04:35
7. Pride And Joy 05:06
8. Tin Pan Alley 12:35
9. Love Struck Baby 03:07
10. Texas Flood 09:49
11. Band Introductions 02:53
12. Lenny 08:26
13. Rude Mood 05:09

Disc: 2
1. Scuttle Buttin' 03:10
2. Say What! 05:25
3. Ain't Gone 'N' Give Up On Love 08:08
4. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) 08:02
5. Mary Had A Little Lamb 03:58
6. Texas Flood 12:00
7. Come On (Part III) 04:58
8. Testify 02:26
9. Say What! 04:50
10. Change It 04:54
11. The Sky Is Crying 07:05

Disc: 3
1. Lookin' Out The Window 04:10
2. Look At Little Sister 04:49
3. Mary Had A Little Lamb 09:01
4. Superstition 04:27
5. Willie The Wimp 05:55
6. Cold Shot 06:57
7. Couldn't Stand The Weather 06:47
8. Introduction Jam 04:39
9. Life Without You 11:28
10. Happy New Year Blues 03:49
11. Rude Mood 05:11
12. Oreo Cookie Blues (with Lonnie Mack) 07:07

Product Description:
3 SUPERB FM BROADCASTS ON 3 CD FOR THE PRICE OF A SINGLE DIDCS - WITH BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED DIGI-PACKAGING DISC ONE The Spectrum, Montreal, Canada,August 17th 1984 (Early Show) DISC TWO Chicago Blues Festival on June 7th 1985 DISC THREE The complete New Year s Eve Show 1986, The Fox Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia (with Special Guest Lonnie Mack)

About the Artist:
Despite his mainstream career only lasting seven years, terminated by the tragic helicopter crash that killed him along with four others in 1990, Stevie Ray Vaughan had played the clubs and bars of Texas for nigh on 15 years before his big break at 1982 s Montreux Festival, and his appearance on David Bowie s Let s Dance album the following year. But once he did take off there was barely any stopping him and across this short period he built an enormous following from both blues fanatics who had been bereft of a true guitar hero since Jimi Hendrix had passed on more than a decade earlier, and from younger enthusiasts tired of the plastic synth scene that was concurrently tearing up MTV and the Billboard Charts. He d release five studio albums during his short career and tour religiously - interrupted only by his months of rehab in 1986, and for a two year period between 1987 and 1989 when he was unable to record or compose for legal reasons, while his divorce to Lenora Bailey was going through. This 3 CD collection features a triumvirate of live Stevie Ray shows, all taken from FM Broadcasts, performed throughout the period when his star was shining brightest. The first of these, on DISC ONE of this set, is the early show played at the Spectrum in Montreal, Canada, on August 17th 1984, a few months following the release of his second album, Couldn t Stand The Weather, and thus featuring a number of cuts from that record, but mixing it up too with earlier songs and covers. It should be noted this is a completely different show to that now featured on the Deluxe Edition of Couldn t Stand the Weather, which is the late set, albeit performed on the same day The second show, on DISC TWO, is Stevie s complete set played at the Chicago Blues Festival on June 7th 1985, when Soul To Soul was all but in the can awaiting release in September of that year. The set list this time however only features a couple of tracks from this forthcoming album, and the selection played is more varied, not unusual when performing in front of a festival crowd. On DISC THREE, perhaps the most interesting of all, features Stevie s complete New Year s Eve show 1986, performed at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia, shortly after he d completed rehab and was back in defiant mood and making the party go with a swing. Joined for a couple of cuts by fellow guitar legend Lonnie Mack, this gig is often acclaimed as one of Vaughan s best ever.








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