Stevie Ray Vaughan’s ‘Live at Carnegie Hall’ is a live album recorded on October 4, 1984 with Double Trouble and released on July 29, 1997 by Epic.
Track Listing : 1.Intro (Ken Dashow, John Hammond) – 02:09 . 2.Scuttle Buttin’ (Stevie Ray Vaughan) – 2:43 . 3.Testify (Ronald Isley, O’Kelly Isley, Jr., Rudolph Isley) – 05:20 . 4.Love Struck Baby (Stevie Ray Vaughan) – 03:05 . 5.Honey Bee (Stevie Ray Vaughan) – 03:05 . 6.Cold Shot (Mike Kindred, W. C. Clark) – 04:45 . 7.Letter To My Girlfriend (Eddie Jones) – 03:08 . 8.Dirty Pool (Doyle Bramhall, Stevie Ray Vaughan) – 06:40 . 9.Pride And Joy (Stevie Ray Vaughan) – 04:48 . 10.The Things That I Used To Do (Eddie Jones) – 05:26 . 11.C.O.D. (Leo Gooden) – 05:32 . 12.Iced Over (Aka Collins’ Shuffle) (Gwen Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughan) – 05:11 . 13.Lenny (Stevie Ray Vaughan) – 07:14 . 14.Rude Mood (Stevie Ray Vaughan) – 02:22
Musicians : Stevie Ray Vaughan – Guitar, Vocals . Chris Layton – Drums . Tommy Shannon – Bass . Jimmie Vaughan – Guitar . Dr. John – Organ, Piano . George Rains – Drums . Bob Enos – Trumpet . Porky Cohen – Trombone . Rich Lataille – Alto Sax . Greg Piccolo – Tenor Sax . Doug James – Baritone Sax . Angela Strehli – Vocals On (11)
Production : Produced By Stevie Ray Vaughan . Richard Mullen – Engineer . Jeff Powell – Mixer . Bob Ludwig – Mastering . Brian Lee – Mastering
Package : Josh Cheuse – Art Direction . Chuck Pulin – Photography
Recorded On October 4, 1984 At New York City’S Carnegie Hall.
Released On July 29, 1997 By Epic.
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