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The Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble


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Artist: Stevie Ray Vaughan, Double Trouble
Release date: 2002
Genre: Blues, Rock, Blues Rock
Tracks: 33
Duration: 02:36:02
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No. Title Length
1. Shake for Me (Live) 3:48
2. Rude Mood / Hide Away (Live) 4:57
3. Love Struck Baby 2:21
4. Pride and Joy 3:39
5. Texas Flood 5:20
6. Mary Had a Little Lamb 2:46
7. Lenny 4:57
8. Scuttle Buttin' 1:51
9. Couldn't Stand the Weather 4:41
10. The Things (That) I Used to Do 4:54
11. Cold Shot 4:00
12. Tin Pan Alley (AKA Roughest Place In Town) 9:11
13. Give Me Back My Wig 4:07
14. Empty Arms 3:29
15. The Sky Is Crying (Live) 7:19
16. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) [Live] 11:52
17. Say What! 5:23
18. Look At Little Sister 3:07
19. Change It 3:57
20. Come On, Pt. 3 4:30
21. Life Without You 4:18
22. Little Wing 6:47
23. Willie the Wimp (Live) 4:34
24. Superstition (Live) 4:40
25. Leave My Girl Alone (Live) 4:46
26. The House Is Rockin' 2:24
27. Crossfire 4:09
28. Tightrope 4:39
29. Wall of Denial 5:36
30. Riviera Paradise 8:50
31. Telephone Song (featuring The Vaughan Brothers) 3:28
32. Long Way from Home (featuring The Vaughan Brothers) 3:15
33. Life By the Drop 2:27



Epic's The Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble gathers two discs' worth of the late blues guitarist's work, including many live performances and a few tracks with the Vaughan Brothers. The collection presents Vaughan's material in roughly chronological order, from the 1980 live recording "Shake for Me" to 1989's "Life by the Drop." It also touches on most of Vaughan's definitive songs and performances, including "Tightrope," "Wall of Denial," "Couldn't Stand the Weather," and "Cold Shot," and live versions of "The Sky Is Crying," "Superstition," and "Rude Mood/Hide Away." Though this album doesn't offer anything that hasn't already been released in some form or another, it does go into slightly more depth than several of the other Stevie Ray Vaughan retrospectives by presenting both his greatest studio hits and some of his best live work.