Scuttle Buttin Intro - Various - Guitarist Presents: Blues Legends (CD)

If I do, I'm stupid. The album was released on July 29, by Epic Records; it was ultimately certified gold. Immediately after the concert, Vaughan attended a private party at a downtown club in New York, which was sponsored by MTV , where he was greeted by an hour's worth of supporters. Virgin Islands in the Caribbean Sea , where they had spent some time vacationing in December. During the album's production, Vaughan appeared at the Houston Astrodome on April 10, , where he performed a slide guitar rendition of the U.

Mantle obliged. I was sure he'd be dead before he hit I hate that stuff. His version was great. Released on September 30, , Soul to Soul peaked at number 34 and remained on the Billboard through mid, eventually certified gold. It meant a lot to us what we went through to get this record.

There were a lot of odds and we still stayed strong. We grew a lot with the people in the band and immediate friends around us; we learned a lot and grew a lot closer.

That has a lot to do with why it's called [ Soul to Soul ]. After touring for nine and a half months, Epic requested a fourth album from Double Trouble as part of their contractual obligation. I didn't know what exactly was going on, but I was concerned. The Live Alive album was released on November 17, , and the only official live Double Trouble LP made commercially available during Vaughan's lifetime, though it never appeared on the Billboard chart.

At the time, I didn't realize how bad a shape I was in. There were more fix-it jobs done on the album than I would have liked. Some of the work sounds like [it was] the work of half-dead people.

There were some great notes that came out, but I just wasn't in control; nobody was. In , when Vaughan was six years old, he began stealing his father's drinks.

Drawn in by its effects, he started making his own drinks and this resulted in alcohol dependence. He explained: "that's when I first started stealing daddy's drinks. Or when my parents were gone, I'd find the bottle and make myself one. I thought it was cool That's where it began, and I had been depending on it ever since.

While Vaughan asserted that he first experienced the effects of cocaine when a doctor prescribed him a liquid solution of the stimulant as a nasal spray, according to Patoski and Crawford, the earliest that Vaughan is known to have ingested the drug is in , while performing with the Cobras. At the height of Vaughan's substance abuse, he drank 1 US quart 0. It was like solid doom. Victor Bloom, who warned him that he was a month away from death.

In November , following his departure from rehab, Vaughan moved back into his mother's Glenfield Avenue house in Dallas, which is where he had spent much of his childhood.

Although Vaughan was nervous about performing after achieving sobriety, he received positive reassurance. Once we got back out on the road, he was very inspired and motivated.

As the tour progressed, Vaughan was longing to work on material for his next LP, but in January , he filed for a divorce from Lenny, which restricted him from any projects until the proceedings were finalized. Layton recalled: "we wrote the music, and they had to write the lyrics. We had just gotten together; Stevie was unable to be there at that time. He was in Dallas doing some things, and we just got together and started writing some songs.

That was the first one we wrote. This would be Vaughan's last concert appearance in Europe. Shannon later recalled: " In Step was, for him, a big growing experience. In my opinion, it's our best studio album, and I think he felt that way, too.

In July , Neil Perry, a writer for Sounds magazine, wrote: "the album closes with the brow-soothing swoon of 'Riviera Paradise,' a slow, lengthy guitar and piano workout that proves just why Vaughan is to the guitar what Nureyev is to ballet.

They then left for Midway International Airport in Chicago in a Bell B helicopter, the most common way for acts to enter and exit the venue, as there is only one road in and out, heavily used by fans. The helicopter crashed into a nearby ski hill shortly after takeoff.

Initial reports [ by whom? According to findings from an inquest conducted by the coroner's office in Elkhorn, all five victims were killed instantly. The investigation determined the aircraft departed in foggy conditions with visibility reportedly under two miles, according to a local forecast. The National Transportation Safety Board report stated: "As the third helicopter was departing, it remained at a lower altitude than the others, and the pilot turned southeasterly toward rising terrain.

Subsequently, the helicopter crashed on hilly terrain about three fifths of a mile from the takeoff point. Toxicology tests performed on the victims revealed no traces of drugs or alcohol in their systems. His wooden casket quickly became adorned with bouquets of flowers. An estimated 3, mourners joined a procession led by a white hearse. Vaughan's grave marker reads: "Thank you Vaughan's music was rooted in blues , rock , and jazz.

According to nightclub owner Clifford Antone , who opened Antone's in , Vaughan jammed with Albert King at Antone's in July and it almost "scared him to death", saying that "it was the best I've ever saw Albert or the best I ever saw Stevie".

Vaughan declared: "I love Hendrix for so many reasons. He was so much more than just a blues guitarist—he played damn well any kind of guitar he wanted. In fact I'm not sure if he even played the guitar—he played music. In , Vaughan listed Lonnie Mack first among the guitarists he had listened to, both as a youngster and as an adult. We was in Texas looking for pickers, and we went out to see the Thunderbirds. Jimmie was saying, 'Man, you gotta hear my little brother.

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His original music has been included in video dramas and documentaries and in four hit theatrical productions. In , Hawkeye was awarded Philadelphia's Barrymore Award for Excellence in Theatre for best original music in a theatrical production. Hawkeye's journalistic efforts have been published in numerous national and regional blues and music-related periodicals. He served on the Board of Directors of the Blues Foundation for six years. Hawkeye was inducted into the Iowa Blues Hall of fame in The song was aired to over 7 million listeners on the popular "BBC Today" program.

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The Dan still does! But first things first — a bit of history. Ahlschlager as a venue for silent films. By that time, the movie genre of silent films had already become obsolete.

It would take until , when Steven Singer became the first owner who turned the Beacon into a venue for live music. Fortunately, an effort in to convert the theater into a night club was blocked in court, given its historic and protected architecture. In , it had been added to the National Register of Historic Places.

Between the second half of and early , the theater underwent a complete renovation. The result can be seen in the above photo and is certainly stunning. I was fortunate to experience the mighty venue myself when I saw Steely Dan there in October In addition to pop and rock concerts, the Beacon Theatre has hosted political debates, gospel choirs, comedians and many dramatic productions.

In January , Joan Baez celebrated her 75th birthday with a show at the Beacon. Time for some music that was performed at the Beacon. Buddy Holly. His producer Norman Petty received a co-credit. The tune was first released as a single in October The footage is from late August when The Black Crowes played a series of four shows at the Beacon. James Taylor is one of my favorite singer-songwriters. He recorded it for his second studio album Sweet Baby James , which was released in February This clip was captured during a show on May 30, The film includes footage from two shows the Stones played at the Beacon.

This performance of Dreams is from their March series of gigs. I caught her during that tour in August , which thus far was the first only time. Not only is Raitt a superb guitarist and great vocalist, but she also is as genuine as it can get. There is no BS with this lady. What you get is what you see! My knowledge of their music is fairly limited, and I definitely want to explore them more closely.

The song was also released separately as a single in April that year. This clip was captured on October 11, during what looks like a six-date residency the band did at the Beacon that year. Soon a record contract with Epic followed, as well as their first album release in , the successful Texas Flood, which charted at number 38 and gained positive reviews. After a successful tour, their second album, Couldn't Stand the Weather, charted at number 31 in and went gold in Their third album, Soul to Soul, charted at number 34 in Cocaine and Crown Royal whiskey were his drugs of choice.

Vaughan would dissolve cocaine in his whiskey for a morning "pick-me-up". Doctors later discovered that this morning ritual was causing severe ulcerations of the stomach lining. Nevertheless, he carried on and put out Live Alive in and did a concert tour in America in Victor Bloom, who had helped Eric Clapton and Pete Townshend with their addictions, told Vaughan that if he had not come to the hospital he would have died in a month. After a struggle to get sober in London, he then flew to Atlanta, Georgia, to a rehabilitation center.

He eventually recovered fully from his addictions in the program of Alcoholics Anonymous. Recovery Upon his return from rehab, Vaughan worked with a number of artists including Dick Dale making a cameo appearance as himself performing a duet of "Pipeline" with Dale in the movie Back to the Beach, which was then released as a single , Jennifer Warnes, and Stevie Wonder playing "Superstition" on the MTV special Stevie Wonder's Characters.

Vaughan shared a headline tour with guitarist Jeff Beck in the fall of It was originally scheduled for Vaughan to do a closing jam with Joe Satriani, but Vaughan said he had to leave right away. Vaughan had spoken two years earlier about wanting to help produce an album with his brother, Jimmie Vaughan. Around this time, Vaughan said that singing was becoming painful for him due to a condition he called "hamburger throat".

Eventually Lonnie settled on a using a Roland JC amplifier that he placed on top of two matching speaker enclosures Later on as Lonnie began to play larger venues he used a Boss chorus pedal through a large amplifier.

May 10, Archived from the original on May 10, Mack's own assessment was self-effacing: "I got style, but it's oversimplified and pretty obvious. Retrieved August 28, Vinson, Mike. The Murfreesboro Post. Archived from the original on July 29, Retrieved June 16, Hughes, U. Mack said that when he appeared at the radio station, the DJ said, "Baby, you're the wrong color" and canceled the interview on the spot.

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Download as PDF Printable version. Blues-rock , blue-eyed soul , blues , country , Southern rock , rockabilly , gospel , bluegrass. Guitar World magazine ranked Memphis the most significant "landmark" in the history of rock guitar. Jimmy Guterman ranked Mack's debut album No. International Guitar Hall of Fame induction. Mack's second "Lifetime Achievement" Cammy. Rockabilly Hall of Fame induction. Walter Carter featured "Number 7" in his book, The Guitar Collection , calling it one of the world's "most elite guitars".

Vaughan has many fiery moments on this set as well, but he also loses focus during several solos, and seems more than content to share or even hand over the spotlight to fellow Texas guitar legend Johnny Copeland.

Vaughan seems a bit worn out, and it wouldn't be long before he got sober. Even so, there are clear moments of brilliance and this time the audience is fully behind him. It's a great look at the rise of one of rock's most revered guitar players. Stevie Ray Vaughan was one of a kind.

Even his peers knew so. So many times, people like Eric Clapton and Buddy Guy have spoken publicly about Stevie Ray's gift, and it was a gift. His guitar leads would jet off into the stratosphere, return, reload, and blast off again, time after time. The Real Deal is exactly what it says it is. This is a song set that doesn't let up, not one time.

With The Real Deal, we are all in that same boat. Rekindling a friendship that never really died, but may have been forgotten by some for a while.

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  2. American singer-guitarist Lonnie McIntosh (July 18, – April 21, ), known as Lonnie Mack, was a pioneer of blues-rock music and rock guitar melodic soloing.. Mack emerged in with the LP, The Wham of that Memphis Man. The album earned him lasting renown both as a blue-eyed soul singer and as a rock guitar innovator.. In the album's instrumental tracks, Mack introduced "edgy.
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