Thursday, 30 June 2016

Stevie Ray Vaughan - 1st Unreleased Album + Live

Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
'1st Unreleased Album + Live'
featuring Miss Lou Ann Barton
SRV's Lost First Album
(Includes 10 Live Tracks)

Soundboard Recordings
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3

Track List: (Artwork Included)
01- You Can Have My Husband (Lou Ann vocal)
02- Rude Mood
03- Pride And Joy (Stevie vocal)
04- Oh, Yeah (Lou Ann vocal)
05- Love Struck Baby (Stevie vocal)
06- Ti-Ni-Nee-Ni-Nu ("Tina Nina Nu", Lou Ann vocal)
07- Gonna Miss Me ("Empty Arms", Stevie vocal)
08- I Wonder Why ("Will My Man Be Home Tonight?" > Lou Ann vocal, Stevie slide guitar)
09- I'm Crying ("I'm Crying", Stevie vocal)
10- Sugar Coated Loving ("Sugar Coated Love", Lou Ann vocal)
11- Natural Born Lover
12- Ti-Ni-Nee-Ni-Nu ("Tina Nina Nu")
13- Scratch My Back
14- I'll Change
15- Shake A Hand, Shake A Hand
16- Oh Baby
17- Sugar Coated Love
18- Love In Vain
19- You Can Have My Husband (starts off with "So Excited")
20- My Baby's Gone ("Oh Yeah")

Tracks 1-10: Studio Recordings
Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee at Jack Clemont's Belmont Studio, early 1978
Stevie Ray Vaughn: Vocals and Guitar
Jack Newhouse: Bass
Chris Layton: Drums
Lou Ann Barton: Vocals
Produced by: Joe Gracy
Tracks 11-17: Austin Blues Festival, 1979
Tracks 18-20: Piona's, October 1979

"The Legendary Lost First Stevie Ray Vaughn Album"

"The one and only surviving test pressing was recently discovered in a cupboard in South Austin, Texas where it had lain for the last 19 years, all other recordings of the project have been destroyed after alleged contractual disputes arose.  These recording, notable for their raw energy and rare slide guitar work are essential for all true collectors.  Also featuring four early arrangements of songs that later appeared on the Texas Flood album. Due to the brevity of the Nashville '78 session the producers have added a live soundboard recording featuring Lou Ann Barton and three tracks featuring Johnni Reno on saxophone."

Note: The above paragraph is the supposed story behind this recording as told on the cd inlay.  The real story is that the band didn't like the way the album turned out and paid a large sum of money to keep it from being released. As you would expect, someone got their hands on a copy and bootlegged it. -Original

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