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Stevie Ray Vaughan

The Sky Is Crying

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Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - The Sky Is Crying 01. Boot Hill (2:17) 02. The Sky Is Crying (4:38) 03. Empty Arms (3:31) 04. Little Wing (6:51) 05. Wham (2:28) 06. May I Have A Talk With You (5:51) 07. Close To You (3:14) 08. Chitlins Con Carne (3:59) 09. So Excited (3:33) 10. Life By The Drop (2:28)
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Nr kat.: APB101
Label  : Acoustic Sounds
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Nr kat.: APB101-45
Label  : Acoustic Sounds
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Nr kat.: UDSACD2078
Label  : Mobile Fidelity

...It Sounds Unbelievable

Stellar Posthumous Collection Comprised of Entirely Unreleased, Completed Songs From 1984 Through 1989 Mastered from the Original Master Tapes: Remastered For SACD and It Sounds Unbelievable Vaughan’s “Unofficial” Fifth Studio Record Breathes with Conviction, Integrity, Diversity Texas Flood, Couldn't Stand the Weather, Soul to Soul, and In Step Also Available on Hybrid SACD from Mobile Fidelity in CLUB CD. Comprised of ten previously unreleased studio performances from Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble cut between late 1984 and early 1989, The Sky Is Crying serves as the legendary guitarist’s unofficial “fifth” album as well as an homage to extraordinary musician’s exceptional abilities as a musician, songwriter, and interpreter. It also contains the tremendously moving “Life By the Drop,” the first-ever recorded take of Vaughan playing acoustic guitar. Few, if any, posthumous collections are more complete, satisfying, and revealing as this 1990 set. With the set never before remastered in any form, Mobile Fidelity has taken the honors seriously, remastering from the original master tapes and presenting these life-affirming songs in jaw-dropping fidelity on hybrid SACD. At times, it feels as if you are sitting in the studio control room with the band just a few feet away, as nearly every selection here was recorded live with minimal overdubs. The degree of presence, immediacy, and detail is on par with the best-sounding blues albums—on LP or CD—in existence. When Vaughan was killed in a helicopter crash in August 1990, his brother, Jimmie, set to work on finding finished material that his younger sibling left in the vaults. To his surprise, there weren’t many completed leftovers—save for the tracks on this set, which lent to the opinion that, in some way, Vaughan intended The Sky Is Crying to be an actual record. Nearly every song here had long found its way into the group’s live sets, including the supremely soulful title track, bathed in Reese Wynan’s warm organ accompaniment. It would be a standout on most albums, but this effort is filled with such nonpareil matter. Consider “Boot Hill,” a rarity in that Vaughan plays the slide guitar—the very first time he’s captured on record in this style. The song was left off of In Step due to its darker content. Or the insightful cover of Jimi Hendrix’s “Little Wing,” which seamlessly moves from tender to tough and back again; listen and you will hear Vaughan’s amp humming in the background. Vaughan’s formative influences get channeled on a slow-burn version of Howlin’ Wolf’s “May I Have a Talk With You,” during which the Texan incorporates the lyrics of several blues standards into the narrative for extra oomph. No matter what Vaughan is playing, his expressive techniques, dynamic contrasts, and jazzy tonalities rise to the surface. This is due to Mobile Fidelity’s retrieval of previously hidden information and meticulous engineering that gives the music that sought-after breath of life. Everything from Vaughan’s syncopated rhythms to his hot-wired guitar licks sounds apiece, vibrant, and exactly as it should. Want to experience music played with ultimate conviction and soul-shaking integrity? Don’t wait another second to dive into The Sky Is Crying. Rolling Stone (11/28/91) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...the blusiest collection of [Vaughn's] career...could well be his best...there's so much presence, passion and heart in these performances that it's harder than ever to believe that Stevie's gone..." Entertainment Weekly (11/29/91) - "...the best showcase the fiery Texan has ever had...variety, warmth, individuality..." - Rating: A- Muzycy: Stevie Ray Vaughan (guitar, vocals); Reese Wynans (keyboards); Tommy Shannon (bass); Chris Layton (drums). Stevie Ray Vaughan - w naszej ofercie


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