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Old 06-15-2011, 05:55 PM   #91 (permalink)
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^That is some nice 12-string work & video^

Two of my (recently) favorite singles are Rivera Paradise & Telephone Song.
Riviera Paradise shows the softer touch to Vaughan s technique, And Telephone Song reveals (simply) good blues rock.

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Old 06-15-2011, 06:16 PM   #92 (permalink)
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Man appreciate those posts! Couple different vids I had not seen yet in there and I never get tired of hearing SRV. Personally I like the more aggresive string attacking violent bravado inflicting Stevie more so than the smoothe side of him. Dont get me wrong any and all of his music I have a deep respect for but I like the more soulful sound of him belting out cries with his strat the most.
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Old 06-15-2011, 06:46 PM   #93 (permalink)
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Man appreciate those posts! Couple different vids I had not seen yet in there and I never get tired of hearing SRV. Personally I like the more aggresive string attacking violent bravado inflicting Stevie more so than the smoothe side of him. Dont get me wrong any and all of his music I have a deep respect for but I like the more soulful sound of him belting out cries with his strat the most.
Telephone Song has some very funk bass guitar, maybe blues/funk/rock would be a better description that particular single. I like the way that he imposes compression and tremolo on the lead solo. The keyboard solo and keys accents on the single Rivera Paradise are just as inspiring musically.

Rivera Paradise: This is a soulful instrumental. After a full day of recording material for the album, Stevie asked his producer to leave the tape running and to turn down the lights. All alone, he recorded the guitar track on his Fender Strat. Double Trouble added the backing later, including an organ/keyboard foundation from Reese Wynans.
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Old 06-16-2011, 11:11 PM   #94 (permalink)
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He was off to such a good start in this song and I hate that it got cut short. Sadly they didnt film the second take cause I would have liked to have been able to see the entirety of that song performed. The other versions that are out there just dont have the same feeling that he was capturing with just his acoustic and mic to me. It took me the longest to figure out why he stopped right before the chorus but comments on the video said that he broke a string and its just not in focus enough to be able to see it. Who knows...

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I'm so use to the way Country Blues guitar players approach the acoustic 12 string, Stevie playing was different, some of the things he does reminds me of Jimi.

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I'm so use to the way Country Blues guitar players approach the acoustic 12 string, Stevie playing was different, some of the things he does reminds me of Jimi.
Didnt know that...kind of weird that he when the song starts out he says "Well Hello Baby", no disrespect to Stevie, but I always thought it was about a female.
Still another great SRV classic I enjoy listening to along with the countless others.
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Never got anything from him other than Texas Flood which was pretty good. What other albums are good?
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Never got anything from him other than Texas Flood which was pretty good. What other albums are good?
All of them.

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I had the pleasure of seeing Stevie play in Gainesville, FL back in the early/mid '80's. The guy was simply amazing. Great memories.
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I had the pleasure of seeing Stevie play in Gainesville, FL back in the early/mid '80's. The guy was simply amazing. Great memories.
Just looked up the date. September 30, 1983 On the Texas Flood tour.
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