Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
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Stevie Ray’s 1983 debut album made him an unlikely star, slinging Jimi Hendrix-meets-Albert King blues in the era of synths and drum machines. Vaughan displays some superhuman chops on barnburners like “Rude Mood” and his funky instrumental take on The Isley Brothers’ “Testify.” But it’s the way he pours every ounce of his soul into his leads, especially on slower tunes like the gentle “Lenny,” that marks him as one of the most gifted guitar stylists of his era—in both blues and rock.
Why did you have to die Stevie?
Anyone who would give this album 3 stars is an idiot!
One of the best Guitarist of all time
If you dont like this album you dont like music.....just put down the headphones and walk away.
Gone from this world way too soon, bro. Absolutely one of the best song lists of all time. Don't miss out, buy the whole dang CD 'cause there ain't a bad one in the bunch.
Born: October 3, 1954 in Dallas, TX
Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s