Stevie Ray Vaughan: Live At Montreaux 1982 and 1985

Stevie Ray Vaughan: Live At Montreaux 1982 and 1985

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Stevie Ray Vaughan was just another blues guitarist from Texas when he and his band managed to score a booking at the prestigious Montreaux Jazz and Blues Festival in 1982; Vaughan's fiery set made him one of the most talked-about acts at the festival and helped launch his international reputation as one of the great showmen in blues. Stevie Ray Vaughan: Live at…  See more details below

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Stevie Ray Vaughan was just another blues guitarist from Texas when he and his band managed to score a booking at the prestigious Montreaux Jazz and Blues Festival in 1982; Vaughan's fiery set made him one of the most talked-about acts at the festival and helped launch his international reputation as one of the great showmen in blues. Stevie Ray Vaughan: Live at Montreaux 1982 and 1985 features rare footage from Vaughan's history-making 1982 gig, as well as his return engagement in 1985 after he'd become a major success. Songs include "Pride and Joy," "Love Struck Baby," "Texas Flood," "Couldn't Stand the Weather," and many more.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/12/2011
UPC:
0886979222298
Original Release:
1985
Source:
Epic
Region Code:
134
Sales rank:
35,666

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble: Live at Montreux 1982 & 1985
2. Hide Away [2:50]
3. Rude Mood [4:52]
4. Pride And Joy [4:01]
5. Texas Flood [10:26]
6. Love Struck Baby [2:52]
7. Dirty Pool [8:17]
8. Give Me Back My Wig [3:29]
9. Collins Shuffle [4:34]
Disc #2 -- Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble: Live at Montreux 1982 & 1985
2. Scuttle Buttin' [2:25]
3. Say What! [4:42]
4. Ain't Gone 'N' Give Up On Love [6:23]
5. Pride And Joy [5:08]
6. Mary Had A Little Lamb [4:07]
7. Cold Shot (With Johnny Copeland)/(Previously Unreleased Bonus Track) [5:34]
8. Tin Pan Alley (Aka Roughest Place In Town) (With Johnny Copeland) [13:20]
9. Look At Little Sister (Johnny Copeland)/(Previously Unreleased Bonus Track) [8:44]
10. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) [10:53]
11. Texas Flood [:07]
12. SRV Talking From Stage [8:08]
13. Life Without You [:50]
14. Gone Home [8:16]
15. Couldn't Stand The Weather [5:41]

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Stevie Ray Vaughan: Live At Montreaux 1982 and 1985 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I,m enjoying the 82 montreux jazz festival gig for years and years now. On video ofcourse! Now in 2004.... finally there is the official release. Twenty years too late!? But for the fans/guitarplayers who have not see it yet, it will be a thrill! Don,t miss it! Its a classic document of authentic electric bluesguitar. And this document will stay in the highest regions for years and years and years........
Guest More than 1 year ago
Anyone that is a fan of the blues & the guitar has got to watch this DVD. Stevie plays the guitar like no one I have ever seen, and there are alot of wonderful guitar players out there in their own right. However he is exceptional , top of the line, he plays with heart , body & soul & you will know it when you watch him. The fans want Stevie.................
Guest More than 1 year ago
Stevie made love to his guitar. His passion is expressed so magnificently on these DVD recordings of Montreaux 1982 and 1985. From his sweat soaked body to the bulging veins in his hands, the passion is palpable. Pity the ignorant heathens who booed him in '82 on Disc 1. The performance was brilliant and courageous. But Disc 2 brought Stevie back to me from the grave- an impossible dream since his tragic death. To be able to see his passion, his artistry, his musical athleticism, his utter genius, so up-close-and-personal is truly a magnificent gift. No other CD or DVD of SRV compares. This is the best Christmas present ever.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Two great shows but the 1985 concert stands out as one of the best. I can never hear Stevie Ray play Mary Had a Little Lamb to many times because he plays it different every time. What a master of the guitar.