Albert King With Stevie Ray Vaughan - In Session album flac
Title: In Session
Style: Electric Blues
MP3 album: 1702 mb
FLAC album: 1505 mb
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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.
LP (12" album, 33 rpm). Albert King Stevie Ray Vaughan Format: Vinyl. This is the only known recording of Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan performing together - the greatest blues summit of all time. With each musician spurning the other to greater heights, this 1983 live recording sounds as exciting on each subsequent listening as it does the very first time through. Lineup: Albert King - electric guitar, vocal Stevie Ray Vaughan - electric guitar, vocal, Tony Llorens - piano, organ, Gus Thornton - bass, Michael Llorens - drums. Recorded December 6, 1983 at CHCH Studios, Hamilton, Ontario.
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In 1983, blues legend Albert King scheduled a TV appearance on In Session, a program produced by CHCH-TV in Hamilton, Ontario. The show matched like-minded musicians in hour-long jam sessions. In advance of the show, the 60-year-old King was only told that he’d be jamming with another guitarist. His collaborator turned out to be 29-year-old Stevie Ray Vaughan, fresh from recording his first album Texas Flood. This recording of the King-Vaughan summit is not only historic, it's a guitar-lover’s delight. Vaughan counted King as his biggest influence, and he was clearly honored to play with.