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Stevie Ray Vaughan: Austin City Limits Outakes (1993)

1993 . . .
Stevie Ray Vaughan: Austin City Limits Outakes: Few artists have had as big an impact in as short a time as Stevie Ray Vaughan. Throughout most of the 1980s, the gangly kid from South Dallas, backed by his powerful rhythm section Double Trouble, reignited popular interest in the blues while making a name for himself as one of the most incendiary guitar players since Jimi Hendrix two decades earlier. Vaughan’s Austin City Limits appearances, in 1983 and 1989, bookend his all-too-short recording career and clearly spotlight an artist who burned with the desire to tap into every drop of an enormous wellspring of raw talent. This retrospective, produced from highlights of those two appearances, has aired many times and still remains one of the most popular Austin City Limits programs ever produced. In “Stevie Ray Vaughan: The Outtakes,” fans see and hear priceless buried treasures—some of them previously heard only by those who were lucky enough to have been a part of the studio audience. Clips include Vaughan’s performances of classics like “Lovestruck Baby,” “May I Have a Talk with You,” “Superstitious,” and “Couldn’t Stand the Weather.”
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