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In Session is a blues album by Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan recorded live for television on December 6, 1983, at CHCH-TV studios in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, when Vaughan was 29 and King was 60. It was released as an album on August 17, 1999 and re-released with a supplemental video recording on DVD on September 28, 2010. It has also been released on CD and SACD.
It was the first of two collaborations captured for television, the second being as invited guests on a show led by B.B. King in 1987. It was recorded for one of a series of live television sessions recording the performances of various artists. The show was called In Session. The album includes a few short segments of the banter by King and Vaughan between songs.
Initially, King was not going to do the show as he did not know who Vaughan was. He did not realize that Vaughan was actually 'little Stevie', the 'skinny kid' that he let sit in when King played in Texas. King talks about this on one of the conversation tracks. When he realized who Vaughan was, he agreed to play.
The album's material is mostly King's concert line up, with one Vaughan cut, "Pride and Joy" on the audio CD.
Albert Collins, Robert Cray & Johnny Copeland
Showdown! is a blues album by Albert Collins, Robert Cray and Johnny Copeland, released in 1985 through Alligator Records. The album won the Best Traditional Blues Recording Grammy Award in 1986.
Live In Chicago
Pulled from performances at the Chicago Blues Festival, Buddy Guy's Legends club with a couple of strays recorded in Lincoln, NE, that were too good not to include, this two-disc set captures Allison at the absolute peak of his powers. Disc one is the Chicago Blues Festival in its entirety with a bonus track of Luther jamming on the finale with Otis Rush and Eddie C. Campbell on a medley of two B.B. King tunes. Disc two is equally potent, a combination of performances pulled from Buddy Guy's Legends club and the Zoo Bar in Lincoln, NE. Luther simply played his heart and spirit out right to the end and these recordings spotlight it in a very fine manner. One of the label's best.
Don't Look Back
John Lee Hooker
Don't Look Back is an album released by blues singer-songwriter John Lee Hooker in 1997 that was co-produced by Van Morrison and Mike Kappus. Van Morrison also performed duets with Hooker on four of the tracks. The album was the Grammy winner in the Best Traditional Blues Album category in 1998. The title duet by Hooker and Morrison also won a Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals.
King Of The Electric Blues
The Essential Magic Slim
I Am The Blues
I Am the Blues is the sixth studio Chicago blues album released in 1970 by the well-known bluesman Willie Dixon. It is also the title of Dixon's autobiography, edited by Don Snowden.
The album features songs written by Dixon and originally performed by other artists for Chess Records.
Nice And Warm
Ace Of Harps
The Complete Epic Recordings Collection (Live)
Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
Blues Blues Blues
The Jimmy Rogers All Stars
Right Place, Wrong Time
Right Place, Wrong Time is a 1976 album by blues singer and guitarist Otis Rush. Although regarded as one of his finest recordings, the album was not issued until five years after it was recorded.
Blues Guitar Boss
Strike Like Lightning
Blues Six Pack
Mess Of Blues
Mess of Blues is an album by Jeff Healey. It was released in 2008 less than two weeks after his death and just three weeks shy of his 42nd birthday. Four of the album's tracks were recorded live in front of audiences, two of the live tracks at the Islington Academy in London, and the other two live tracks at Jeff Healey's Roadhouse in Toronto. The other six tracks were recorded at Studio 92 in Canada by Norm Barker and Richard Uglow. The whole album features the band which normally accompanied Jeff at his club, Jeff Healey's Roadhouse. The song "Mess of Blues", which appears on the album was written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman and was originally recorded by Elvis Presley.
Blues With A Vengeance
John Lee Hooker Jr. Blues Band
Make It Rain
Chicago Blues - The Backstreets
Wake Up Call
Wake Up Call is an album by British bluesman John Mayall with various special guest appearances by Buddy Guy, Mick Taylor, Mavis Staples and other musicians, released on 6 April 1993.
Gotta Mind To Travel
The Legends EP (Volume I)
Kenny Wayne Shepherd
Billy Boy Arnold, Tony McPhee and the Groundhogs
Long Way To Ol' Miss
Texas Sugar Strat Magik
Chris Duarte Group
True To Yourself
Chills & Thrills
Big Bill Morganfield
Live From Chicago - Bayou Lightning Strikes
We The People
We the People is the seventh studio album released by blues guitarist Guitar Shorty. The album was released on August 15, 2006 on CD by the label Alligator Records. This is Shorty's second album with the label.
The album has been called "a timeless and completely current blues record." Reviewer Steve Leggett comments that "Shorty is a guitar player's guitar player, and this collection makes for a nice introduction to his studio style."
Right As Rain
Midnight Son is the second studio album released by Son Seals. It was produced by Son Seals, Bruce Iglauer, and Richard McLeese and released by Alligator Records in 1976.
The Blues Anthology
I'm a Mad Man
Can't Keep Lovin' You
Otis Spann Is The Blues
Rod Piazza and The Mighty Flyers
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