In Session

by Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan

(1999) Stax

Description Part of a in session series done in the 80's by a Toronto tv station.This brings together two masters of blues guitar in an unforgettable session.
Posted By Martin Priller (574)
Directory Recordings: Blues
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On 7/26/2005, Adrian Levi (2907) posted:
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This is a great CD. What I love about it is it brings both of them together in an almost live setting so there are lots of extended jams, but it still has some of the polish of studio recordings and no annoying crowd.

Instead of getting one of their well known CD's like SRV's "Texas Flood" or King's "Born Under A Bad Sign" why not just get this CD which has both of them together?
On 11/27/2003, Martin Priller (574) posted:
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This brings together both the master and his #1 protoge for some kiiler blues playing.There's a lot of joking and talking in between songs betweeen them but it only shows how deep the respect they have for each other and it shows in the music as Stevie plays "Pride and Joy" you can hear King whoop and holler.The centerpiece of the cd is Albert's classic "Blues at Sunrise" which clocks in at over 15 min long with talking and laughing during it but both Stevie and Albert play their asses off in this song.If you want to know where Stevie got those monstrous bends from ,here is the place. A must in any blues and guitarists collection.