Blues At Sunrise

by Stevie Ray Vaughan

(2000) Sony

Personnel Stevie Ray Vaughan : Guitar, Vocals; Johnny Copeland : Guitar, Vocals; Albert King : Guitar, Vocals
Description Unreleased songs performed by Stevie Ray.
Posted By John Schell (6102)
Directory Recordings: Blues
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Overall Rating: 5.0 (of 5)
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On 1/4/2003, Rick Truelove (38) posted:
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My favorite SRV album. Mostly because of the last song "Blues at Sunrise" with Freddy King singing and Stevie Ray on lead. However, Texas Flood not withstanding, some of the other songs have better versions on other SRV albums.
On 10/22/2002, Neil Hunt (55) posted:
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I have had this CD maybe 3 months, and it has never left my cd player. It is quite possibly the greatest CD of all time, and it has influenced me to finally get up and learn how to play. The recording of "Tin Can Alley" is the best track on the album in my opinion.
On 11/27/2000, ben posted:
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This is the best cd that I've ever owned! Stevie Ray Vaughan is the best blues guitarist that ever lived
On 8/23/2000, Cary Frick (3578) posted:
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A couple unreleased tunes and a few live tracks. One with Johnny Copeland and one with Albert King! Amazing to say the least. SRV never ceases to amaze me with his god-like guitar playing!
On 7/3/2000, John Schell (6102) posted:
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My favorite CD. I have played this over and over and over again. The version of Texas Flood almost had me in tears because of the power and emotion that SRV puts into it. This CD is timeless and I play it for everyone that I can. Go and buy it now.