Vaughan bridged the gap between blues and rock like no other artist has in years. With his astonishingly accomplished guitar playing Stevie Ray ignited the blues revival of the 80s. He has ascended into the pantheon of all time great guitarists. From his debut on the national scene with his contributions to David Bowie's "Let's Dance" to his 1983 groundbreaking album Texas Flood with Double Trouble, through his final pairing with brother Jimmy on the acclaimed '90 release Family Style, Stevie single handedly rejuvenated the blues rock guitar hero. Special features on Live at the El Mocambo include an exclusive interview with Double Trouble, digitally remastered, interactive menus, lyrics, instant chapter access to songs and more. The world lost an amazing artist in 1990 and he is sorely missed.
Vaughan bridged the gap between blues and rock like no other artist has in years. With his astonishingly accomplished guitar playing Stevie Ray ignited the blues revival of the 80s. He has ascended into the pantheon of all time great guitarists. From his debut on the national scene with his contributions to David Bowie's "Let's Dance" to his 1983 groundbreaking album Texas Flood with Double Trouble, through his final pairing with brother Jimmy on the acclaimed '90 release Family Style, Stevie single handedly rejuvenated the blues rock guitar hero. Special features on Live at the El Mocambo include an exclusive interview with Double Trouble, digitally remastered, interactive menus, lyrics, instant chapter access to songs and more. The world lost an amazing artist in 1990 and he is sorely missed.
074644911190

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Format: DVD
Label: SNY
Catalog: 49111
Rel. Date: 12/21/1999
UPC: 074644911190

Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble: Live at El Mocambo
Artist: Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
Format: DVD
New: In Stock $12.99
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DISC: 1

1. Testify
2. So Excited
3. Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
4. Pride and Joy
5. Tell Me
6. Mary Had a Little Lamb
7. Texas Flood
8. Love Struck Baby
9. Hug You, Squeeze You 1
10. Third Stone from the Sun 1
11. Lenny 1
12. Wham!

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Vaughan bridged the gap between blues and rock like no other artist has in years. With his astonishingly accomplished guitar playing Stevie Ray ignited the blues revival of the 80s. He has ascended into the pantheon of all time great guitarists. From his debut on the national scene with his contributions to David Bowie's "Let's Dance" to his 1983 groundbreaking album Texas Flood with Double Trouble, through his final pairing with brother Jimmy on the acclaimed '90 release Family Style, Stevie single handedly rejuvenated the blues rock guitar hero. Special features on Live at the El Mocambo include an exclusive interview with Double Trouble, digitally remastered, interactive menus, lyrics, instant chapter access to songs and more. The world lost an amazing artist in 1990 and he is sorely missed.