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Playlist of Buddy Guy and Stevie Ray Vaughan

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    Buddy Guy & Stevie Ray Vaughan

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    Buddy Guy & Stevie Ray Vaughan performing Champagne and Reefer LIVE at Buddy Guy's Legends Club July 30th, 1989. Clocking in at almost 26 minutes long the entire song on CD Quality Audio can be found here:

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    Buddy Guy and Stevie Ray Vaughan - Champagne and Reefer

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    Buddy Guy and Stevie Ray Vaughan jamming at Buddy Guy's Legends on July 30, 1989. Video courtesy of Larry White.

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    Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Buddy Guy, Jimmie Vaughan, Robert Cray - Sweet Home Chicago - 1990

    10:44

    My Tribute To Stevie Ray (personal Edit of last SRV song), hope you enjoy

    Stevie We Miss You & Peace For You


    Visite The Official Web Site





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    Stevie Ray Vaughan & Buddy Guy - Champagne and Reefer

    25:51

    For those with a perfect ear who make themselves feel better by pointing out the obvious and are unable to enjoy an unrehearsed jam by two guitar players better than you, let me ease your mind. The two guitars were not tuned the same. A helpful person such as yourself was probably in attendance, pointed to this fact and one guitar was immediately re-tuned.

    from It's Still Called the Blues
    recorded live at Buddy Guy's Legends, Chicago July 30, 1989
    in celebration of Buddy's 53rd birthday
    written by Muddy Waters

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    Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan - Blues Jam Session

    1:25:09

    -- Hail To The Blues Jam & Suck My Guitar! --
    Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan - in Blues Jam Session
    December 6, 1983. Hamilton, Ontario Canada.

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    Buddy Guy jamming with Stevie Ray Vaughan at Legends

    3:47

    Blues legends Buddy Guy and Stevie Ray Vaughan jamming at Buddy Guy's Legends on Buddy's birthday, July 30, 1989.

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan Tin Pan Alley

    13:21

    SRV - Live At Montreux 1985

    Tin Pan Alley

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan and Buddy Guy-Mary had a little lamb

    8:39

    This is one HELL of a performance that pits East with West...BG with his BADASS Chicago blues together with SRV and his scorching Texas blues. Just awsome, totally awsome.

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan & BB King Texas Flood Live In New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

    5:18

    From the DVD TV Appearances

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    Jimmy Vaughan Talks Stevie Ray Vaughan and Buddy Guy

    4:38

    © 1996, 2015 all rights reserved Creative Worx MPC
    Producers: Jack Edward Sawyers - Dave Weiderman
    Interviewer: Jack Edward Sawyers
    Cam Op: Anthony Dalesandro

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    Buddy Guy - Cold Shot

    6:29

    Buddy Guy - Cold Shot (instrumental) / Blues Medley / She's Nineteen Years Old
    Recorded Live: 8/14/1994 - Newport Jazz Festival - Newport, RI
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    Long Way From Home - Buddy Guy

    4:51

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    Sweet Home Chicago

    7:11

    Sweet Home Chicago is a popular blues standard in the twelve bar form. It was first recorded and is credited to have been written by Robert Johnson. Over the years the song has become one of the most popular anthems for the city of Chicago despite ambiguity in Johnson's original lyrics.

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan & Buddy Guy - Leave My Little Girl Alone

    18:48

    from It's Still Called the Blues
    recorded live at Buddy Guy's Legends, Chicago July 30, 1989
    in celebration of Buddy's 53rd birthday
    written by Buddy Guy

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    BUDDY GUY & STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN - Stormy Monday - LIVE NYC 1983/07/23

    7:06

    Tennis Rock Expo, New York City, NY - July 23, 1983.

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    BUDDY GUY & STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN - Closing Time - LIVE NYC 1983/07/23

    3:31

    Tennis Rock Expo, New York City, NY - July 23, 1983.

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan with Buddy Guy at Legends

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan with Buddy Guy at Legends on July 30, 1989. I don't have more than this, but it shows that there's a bit more of what we have seen until now. Let's hope someday in the near future we will be able to see the rest. I do not own the copyright to this. This is for entertainment purposes only.

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    Grasshopper James - When Stevie Ray Vaughan Met Buddy Guy in a Dark Alley

    4:21

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    Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, BB King, Jimmie Vaughan

    7:04

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    Buddy Guy & Stevie Ray Vaughan - Blues Jam

    25:18

    Live at Buddy Guy's Legends Club July 30th, 1989.

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan The Things That I Used To Do Live In Loreley Festival

    5:26

    From the DVD Live In Rockpalast

    These video uploads are completely nonprofit, no copyright infringement intended. The intention is rather to encourage those among the audience who enjoy the clips to buy the artists' CDs and DVDs and thus support them or their legal heirs. All DVDs shown here are available at the usual online shops..

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    BUDDY GUY & STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN - Dust My Broom - LIVE NYC 1983/07/23

    2:31

    Tennis Rock Expo, New York City, NY - July 23, 1983.

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    B.B. KING, STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN, ERIC CLAPTON - Why I Sing the Blues

    5:40

    BB KING & friends A Blues Session. Paul Butterfield, Phill Collins, Dr. John, Etta James, Chaka Khan, Albert King, Gladys Knight, Billy Ocean.

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    STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN SRV, B.B. KING & ALBERT KING-The Sky Is Crying

    6:26

    BB KING & friends A Blues Session.

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan & Buddy Guy - 01 - Its still called the blues

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    From It's still called the blues.
    Recorded live at Buddy Guy's Legends Club, Chicago, IL, July 30, 1989.

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    Buddy Guy & Stevie Ray Vaughan - Mary Had A Little Lamb

    8:24

    Live at Buddy Guy's Legends Club July 30th, 1989.

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    Buddy Guy & Stevie Ray Vaughan - Leave My Girl Alone

    7:38

    Live at Buddy Guy's Legends Club July 30th, 1989.

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan & Buddy Guy - Champagne and Reefer

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan and Buddy Guy jamming on Champagne and Reefer, written by Muddy Waters. In total it's almost 26 minutes long, so I had to split it up into 3 parts. This is one of the coolest jam sessions I've ever heard, and it's also great for you guitar players to play along with and practice your chops (use Cm pent. scale).

    Part 2:
    Part 3:

    This was recorded on July 30th, 1989 (Buddy's birthday) at the Legends Club in Chicago, IL.

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    STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN, BUDDY GUY & JEFF BECK - Sweet Sixteen Medley

    18:01

    Legends Club, Chicago, IL - October 28, 1989.

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    Buddy Guy - Sweet Home Chicago

    4:53

    Montreux Jazz Festival 1992
    Buddy Guy Sweet Home Chicago

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan & Buddy Guy - Champagne & Reefer - 1989

    25:53

    Buddy Guy's Legends Club, Chicago, IL, July 30, 1989, soundboard recording.

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    Buddy Guy & Stevie Ray Vaughan - Still Got The Blues

    3:18

    Live at Buddy Guy's Legends Club July 30th, 1989.

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    stevie ray vaughan and buddy guy- Tin Pan Alley

    11:56

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    BUDDY GUY & JOHN MAYER - Leave My Little Girl Alone

    7:46

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    Tell Me - Buddy Guy, Stevie Ray Vaughn - SRS August 2003

    2:47

    A cover of SRV's cover of Tell Me, from an August 2003 outdoor gig. Playing on the outdoor veranda with rain possible, the setup is on the dry side of the house.

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    Buddy Guy & SRV - Its still called blues

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    Buddy Guy & Stevie Ray Vaughan - It's still called blues

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    Leave My Girl Alone de Buddy Guy versão Stevie Ray Vaughan

    3:55

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    blues guitar srv stevie ray vaughan clapton buddy guy king

    4:43

    blues jam to two tracks style of srv clapton guy king

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    Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan - Born Under A Bad Sign

    8:03

    In Session (1983)

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    Mary Had a Little Lamb - Stevie Ray Vaughan / Buddy Guy

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    Guitar: Martin John Mellencamp Signature 00-18S
    Strings - Martin Retro 12s
    Guitar Pickup - L.R. Baggs Anthem
    Effects: TONEWOODAMP

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan & Buddy Guy - Mary Had A Little Lamb - 1989

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    Buddy Guy's Legends Club, Chicago, IL, July 30, 1989, soundboard recording.

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    Sweet Home Chicago Blues Buddy Guy Eric Clapton Stevie Ray Vaughan Style

    4:29

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    Mary Had A Little Lamb jam - Buddy Guy/Stevie Ray Vaughan

    2:53

    Just a small jam, mainly testing out the camera here, so I'll try get a better version up in the next few days with less mistakes and better sound.

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan/Buddy Guy - Mary Had A Little Lamb cover

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    I do not intend any copyright infringement. This is merely my interpretation and is for fun only. If you are the copyright owner and want this content removed please tell me and I will remove it.

    So here is a great SRV cover from Buddy Guys classic version. I cant come close to the greatness of those two but I gave it a shot. The backing track has everything but the guitar.

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    Louco e Furioso - Stevie Ray Vaughan -

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    Guitarra, Desde o Começo 2.0
    O caminho mais curto para se tornar um herói da guitarra -

    Link do curso do André - Blues além do Óbvio

    Stephen Stevie Ray Vaughan (Dallas, 3 de outubro de 1954 — East Troy, 27 de agosto de 1990) foi um guitarrista, cantor e compositor de blues elétrico norte-americano. Era o líder da Double Trouble. Nascido em Dallas, Vaughan se mudou para Austin com 17 anos, quando iniciou sua carreira musical.

    Foi uma importante figura do blues, um estilo musical caracterizado pelo swing e pela fusão do blues com o rock. Tornou-se um dos principais músicos do blues rock, com diversas aparições na televisão e álbuns lançados. O trabalho de Vaughan englobou diversos estilos, principalmente o blues. Foi indicado a doze Grammys, vencendo seis; em 2000, foi postumamente induzido ao Hall da Fama do Blues.

    Morreu em 27 de agosto de 1990, em um acidente de helicóptero em East Troy que também pôs fim à vida de integrantes da equipe de Eric Clapton.

    Vida e Carreira
    No início de sua carreira Vaughan fazia apresentações na banda de seu irmão Jimmie Vaughan, a princípio tocando o contra-baixo, apenas para ter a oportunidade de tocar em uma banda, que era seu desejo na época. Com a experiência adquirida, SRV assumiu a guitarra definitivamente e após tocar em uma série de bandas, Vaughan formou o conjunto de blues, Country e rock chamado Double Trouble com o baterista Chris Layton e o baixista Jackie Newhouse no final dos anos 70. Tommy Shannon substituiu Newhouse em 1981. No início conhecido apenas localmente, logo Vaughan atraiu a atenção de David Bowie e Jackson Browne, gravando em álbuns de ambos. O primeiro contato de Bowie com Vaughan havia sido no Montreux Jazz Festival. Bowie lançou Vaughan em seu álbum Let's Dance na canção com o mesmo nome e também na canção China Girl.

    O álbum de estréia do Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble foi lançado em 1983. O aclamado pela crítica, Texas Flood (Produzido por John Hammond) lançou o sucesso top 20 Pride and Joy e vendeu bem tanto nos círculos de blues como de rock. Os álbuns seguintes, Couldn't Stand the Weather (1984) e Soul to Soul (1985), vivenciaram quase o mesmo sucesso dos discos anteriores. O vício em drogas e o alcoolismo levaram Vaughan a ter um colapso durante sua turnê em 1986. Passou por um processo de reabilitação na Georgia um ano mais tarde. Após seu retorno, Vaughan gravou In Step (1989), outro disco aclamado pela crítica que ganhou um Grammy pela melhor gravação de Blues Rock.

    Foi considerado o 12º melhor guitarrista do mundo pela revista norte-americana Rolling Stone.

    Influências musicais e estilo
    O estilo musical de Vaughan tocar blues e southern rock era fortemente influenciado por Albert King, que se auto-proclamou padrinho de Stevie, e por outros músicos de blues como Otis Rush e Buddy Guy. Stevie é reconhecido por seu som de guitarra característico, que em parte provinha do uso de cordas de guitarra espessas, pesadas, calibre .013 e também da afinação meio tom abaixo do normal em (Eb) mi bemol. O som e o estilo de Vaughan tocar, que freqüentemente mescla partes de guitarra solo com guitarra rítmica, também traz freqüentes comparações com Jimi Hendrix; Vaughan gravou várias canções de Hendrix em seus álbuns de estúdio e ao vivo, como Little Wing, Voodoo Child (Slight Return) e Third Stone from the Sun. Ele também era fortemente influenciado por Freddie King, outro grande músico texano, principalmente pelo timbre e ataque. O pesado vibrato de King pode ser claramente ouvido no estilo de Vaughan. Outra influência no estilo foi Albert Collins. Sua técnica da mão direita. Em Texas Flood, grande sucesso e estilo marcante de SRV, notoriamente foi influenciado por Larry Davis (1958 original Texas Flood)

    Morte acidental
    O retorno de Vaughan foi tragicamente interrompido quando, na manhã do dia 27 de agosto de 1990, ele morreu em um acidente de helicóptero próximo a East Troy, Wisconsin. SRV seguia para uma apresentação no Alpine Valley Music Theater, onde na tarde anterior se apresentara junto com Robert Cray, Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton e seu irmão mais velho Jimmie Vaughan. Quatro helicópteros estavam a disposição dos músicos, e Stevie encontrou um lugar vazio em um helicóptero com alguns membros da equipe de Clapton, e decidiu embarcar. Em consequência do céu extremamente nublado e da forte névoa, o helicóptero de Stevie virou para o lado errado e foi de encontro com uma pista artificial de ski. Não houve sobreviventes, e o Rock perdera um dos seus maiores expoentes. Stevie Ray Vaughan está enterrado no Laurel Land Memorial Park,em Dallas, no Texas.[2]

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan - Mary Had a Little Lamb

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    Just playing the song intro and a small solo.

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan & Buddy Guy - 02 - Champagne and reefer

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    From It's still called the blues.
    Recorded live at Buddy Guy's Legends Club, Chicago, IL, July 30, 1989.

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    Stevie Ray Vaughans final concert

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Alpine Valley Music Theater East Troy WI, August 26, 1990. Voodoo Child (Slight Return). SRV's last song with DT, and THEY were smoken! Stevie played one more song that night, a jam (Sweet Home Chicago) with his brother Jimmie Lee Vaughan, Robert Cray, Buddy Guy, & Eric Clapton. However at 11+ minutes I could not use that song on YT (And there was no way I was going to cut it to fit). The sound quality on VC(SR) is better than SHC. That and the fact that this is an amazing version of the song makes me happy I used it for this video. I once read an article in a guitar magazine where SRV was being intervened immediately after his set, and he showed his friend his goose-bumps. Don't be surprised if you get them while watching and listening. So sit back, turn the lights down low, the volume way up, and prepare to get your mind blown! Heaven done called another blues- stringer back home. SRV you are missed! Produced By: The Department of Redundancy Department Productions. 2007
    Proverbs 14:4

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan-Sweet Home Chicago pt 1

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    Part 2: SRV,Buddy Guy Eric Clapton, Robert Cray and Jimmie Vaughan playing Sweet Home Chicago live at Alpine Valley this is the last song Stevie Ray Vaughan (R.I.P) ever played!

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    Eric Clapton, BB king, Buddy Guy, Jimmie Vaughan & John Mayer - Blues Jam - Live At CGF 2004

    9:38

    Five Blues Guitar Legend Together For This Fantastic Blues Jam, No More Comment

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