The 1996 concert video A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan gathers Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Robert Cray, B.B. King, Art Neville, Dr. John, and brother Jimmie Vaughan to celebrate the talent and life of the modern electric blues guitar virtuoso. Double Trouble and the Tilt-a-Whirl Band support these stars as they interpret Vaughan's songbook in an 80-minute concert; brief interviews with the featured artists enrich the proceedings with even more respect and affection. Highlights of Vaughan's performance on the PBS series Austin City Limits hit home just how great a talent was lost when he was killed in 1990. Ultimately, though, A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan focuses on the uplifting memory of his warmth and musical gifts, keeping them alive with the help of his very able friends.
Some of the world s hottest blues and rock guitarists let loose on this tribute to the late great king of blues rock Stevie Ray Vaughan! Features performances by Steve Morse, Albert Lee, Walter Trout, Trevor Rabin, Steve Stevens and others! This release includes new versions of Pride And Joy, The House Is Rockin', Empty Arms and lots more!
30 tracks from international psychobilly bands covering the songs of Russia's Meantraitors. Featured bands include The Magnetix, The Stockmen, Stressor, The Beat Devils, The Hellstompers, Evil Jokers, Mental Bait, The Grims, The Spoilers, The Chainsaw Charlies, Mosquito, The Squidbillys, Dice For Lights and many others.
There was never any disputing the strong country influence Eilen Jewell brought to her retro-pop-folk, so it's no surprise that she detours into this short but extremely sweet tribute to one of her obvious influences, Loretta Lynn. It's a natural side road, especially since Jewell's sumptuous voice is similar to Lynn's, as is her delivery. Jewell already recorded Lynn's "The Darkest Day" on her previous album, but the dozen selections here are not the coal miner's daughter's best-known tunes, despite the obvious resemblance of the cover art to 1968's iconic Loretta Lynn's Greatest Hits. Rather, the tracks are carefully chosen to reflect only Lynn's original compositions that highlight her often defiant, genre-expanding lyrics and diverse topics, which range from offbeat gospel ("Who Says God Is Dead") to brazen infidelity ("Another Man Loved Me Last Night.").