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In Step Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble CD Texas blues guitar Crossfire

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CD has light marks that do not affect play. Booklet is in excellent condition. Album Features UPC: 074644502428 Artist: Stevie Ray Vaughan Format: CD Release Year: 1989 Record Label: Epic (USA) Genre: Blues, Texas/W. Coast Blues Track Listing 1. House Is Rockin', The 2. Crossfire 3. Tightrope 4. Let Me Love You Baby 5. Leave My Girl Alone 6. Travis Walk 7. Wall of Denial 8. Scratch 'N' Sniff 9. Love Me Darlin' 10. Riviera Paradise Details Distributor: Sony Music Distribution ( Recording Type: Studio Recording Mode: Stereo SPAR Code: DDD Album Notes Personnel: Stevie Ray Vaughan (vocals, guitar); Reese Wynans (keyboards); Tommy Shannon (bass); Chris Layton (drums, percussion).Texacali Horns: Joe Sublett, Darrell Leonard.Producers: Jim Gaines, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Double Trouble.Reissue producer: Bob Irwin.Recorded at Kiva Studios, Memphis, Tennessee; Sound Castle and Summa Studios, Los Angeles, California. The irony of 1989's IN STEP lay in the fact that after rebounding from a terrible drug problem, Stevie Ray Vaughan had his new lease on life cut short by a helicopter crash the following year. The record itself features some of Vaughan's most inspired playing and Double Trouble has rarely sounded better. Songs such as "Crossfire," "Wall Of Denial" and "Tightrope" alluded to Vaughan's personal problems with just the right amount of optimism and scathing guitar thrown in for good measure. Blues influences abound whether it's a rollicking cover of Willie Dixon's "Let Me Love You Baby," a smoldering reading of Buddy Guy's "Leave My Girl Alone" or an upbeat take on Howlin' Wolf's "Love Me Darlin'."For all his skill as an interpreter of other people's songs, Stevie Ray Vaughan's originals are just as solid. Of particular note here are the instrumentals "Travis Walk" and "Riviera Paradise." Paced by Chris Layton's militaristic time-keeping, the former finds Vaughan trading solos with Reese Wynan's pounding piano. The latter is a number that dates back to 1980 and shimmers with the same kind of gentle aura found in some of Carlos Santana's more introspective playing. Editorial Reviews The late Texas guitarist was a fiercely distinctive blues-rock phenom whose sensitivity and imagination justified his rapid rise to prominence... Entertainment Weekly (19990402)
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