King Vaughan in Session

Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan - In session (2010) [Deluxe Edition]

Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan - In session (2010)
DVD5 | MPEG-2, NTCS 4:3 (720x480), 29.970 fps, VBR 6337 Kbps | DD 2.0, 48kHz/16-bit, 224 Kbps
Scans Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | 01:28:11 | ~ 4,23 Gb | RAR 5% Recovery
Electric Blues | STAX Records #0888072318397/STX-31838-09

Originally recorded for the Canadian television program In Session in 1983, this was a historic meeting of two artists that has been proven to be a very special moment This famed live jam session by Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan has proven to be an evening that will never be forgotten…
Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan - In Session (1999) [Reissue 2003] PS3 ISO+FLAC {RE-UP}

Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan - In Session (1999) [Reissue 2003]
PS3 Rip | ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 63:53 minutes | Scans included | 2,06 GB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans included | 1,33 GB

Recorded in December 1983, In Session captures an in-concert jam between Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan, the latter of whom had become the hot blues guitarist of the year thanks to his debut Texas Flood, as well as his work on David Bowie's hit Let's Dance. Vaughan may have been the new news, but King was not suffering, either. He had a world-class supporting band and was playing as well as he ever had. In other words, the stage was set for a fiery, exciting concert and that's exactly what they delivered. Vaughan was clearly influenced by King – there are King licks all over his first two recorded efforts, and it was an influence that stayed with him to the end – and he was unafraid to go toe-to-toe with his idol. King must have been impressed, since In Session never devolves into a mere cutting contest. Instead, each musicians spurs the other to greater heights. For aficionados of either guitarist, that means the album isn't just worth a listen – it means that it's a record that sounds as exciting on each subsequent listen as does the first time through.

Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan - In Session Live 1983 [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by countryfreak at May 31, 2010
Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan - In Session Live 1983 [Re-Up]

Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan - In Session Live 1983 (DVD-5)
DVD-5 | NTSC | Image (ISO) | Screen 4:3 | Total Duration: Approximately 50 Min | All Regions | 2.5 GB | Covers
Genre: Blues | English | Color | MPEG 1 48.000 Hz 16bits 2 Kanäle | RAR 5% Rec. |Uploaded + DepositFiles
Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan - In Session - 1983 (2009)

Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan - In Session - 1983 (2009)
Blues | EAC Rip | Flac (Image) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 11 Tracks
Scans(300 dpi) Included | STAX/Concord | STX 31423 | ~461 + 159 Mb | RS.com + HF.com

Recorded for a television program of the same name back in 1983, In Session bills itself as the only known recording of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Albert King, who was Vaughan's idol and mentor, playing together. That leads to some heavy expectations, which fortunately aren't disappointed, at least if you aren't expecting the customary over-the-top performances Vaughan was famous for. His playing here is much more laid-back and controlled, which is actually a recommendation–the stylistic similarities between teacher and student are that much more pronounced. The songs are mostly King concert staples, with the exception of "Pride and Joy"; highlights include the T-Bone Walker classic "Call It Stormy Monday" and one of King's own, "Overall Junction," which features some excellent guitar solo work. The snippets of recorded conversation between songs are interesting curiosities as well.

Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan - In Session - 224kbs/stereo/mp3/105mb


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Albert King - The Lost Session - 1971  Music

Posted by v3122 at May 2, 2010
Albert King - The Lost Session - 1971

Albert King - The Lost Session - 1971
Blues | EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 10 Tracks
Covers Included | STAX | SCD-8534-2 | ~274 + 114 Mb | RS.com + HF.com

The tapes of this Albert King/John Mayall album were discovered by Bill Belmont in 1986 while rummaging through the Stax vaults looking for Albert King tapes for an album of unreleased blues material. It was produced by John Mayall at Wolfman Jack Studios in Los Angeles on August 28, 1971.

Albert King - Live In Sweden - 1980  Music

Posted by v3122 at April 27, 2010
Albert King - Live In Sweden - 1980

Albert King - Live In Sweden - 1980
Blues | DVD Video | DVD-5 + DVD-Rip | ~3.7 + 1.2 Gb | RS.com + HF.com
DVD-5 -> MPEG2 720х576, 4/3, PAL, 7400 kbps | LPCM (Big Signed) 24 bit, 2ch, 1536Kbps
DVD-Rip -> DivX 5, 720x576 | MPEG Audio, 2ch, 48.0Khz, 256Kbps

Born in Indianola, Mississippi, Albert King remains one of the most influential blues guitarists of all time and enjoyed a successful career that spanned four decades, with wide critical and commercial acceptance throughout the world. The left- handed blues giant wrenched stinging solos from his trademark Gibson Flying V, informing the sound and style of such admirers as Eric Clapton, Luther Allison, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Taj Mahal and Jimi Hendrix. This never before released concert film presents King in top form, tearing through his signature songs at the peak of his career. Songs include "Born under a Bad Sign," "The Sky Is Crying," "The Very Thought of You," "Cadillac Assembly Line," "Summertime," "Cold Women with Warm Hearts," "As the Years Go Passing By."

B.B. King - Live in Japan (1971) Reissue 1999 [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by Designol at Jan. 6, 2018
B.B. King - Live in Japan (1971) Reissue 1999 [Re-Up]

B.B. King - Live in Japan (1971) Reissue 1999
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 550 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 212 Mb | Scans included
Modern Electric Blues, Soul-Blues | Label: MCA | # 111 810-2, MCD-11810 | 01:16:39

Recorded in 1971, but unreleased in the U.S. until 1999, B.B. King's Live in Japan deserves high marks for exuberance alone. Had Live in Cook County Jail not just jumped into the charts, this live album might have been released long ago. The recording opens with a swelling of enthusiastic cheers, as King launches into an uptempo "Every Day I Have the Blues." There are plenty of other classics here as well, including "How Blue Can You Get?", "Sweet Sixteen," and "The Thrill Is Gone" (which elicits another round of cheering from the opening notes). Live in Japan may not have the long-standing reputation of Cook County Jail or Live at the Regal, but it's an excellent album, with a decidedly different feel from these two classics. King's obvious enthusiasm for his music and for his audience is infectious, and you can hear the sheer joy of it in every note. And, for those who don't really feel that they need additional versions of well-known songs, let it be mentioned that Live in Japan contains King's only live rendition of "Hummingbird," not to mention a couple of unique jams ("Japanese Boogie," "Jamming at Sankei Hall," and "Hikari #88").

In Session Audio Fluid Strike Tuned Percussion KONTAKT  Software

Posted by orientazure at Dec. 7, 2017
In Session Audio Fluid Strike Tuned Percussion KONTAKT

In Session Audio Fluid Strike Tuned Percussion KONTAKT | 2.8 Gb

Fluid Strike is an instrument designed to create richly layered melodic percussive patterns with ease. Why tuned percussion? Because the instruments are timeless. Wood, steel, stone, bamboo, glass and gourds combine to make a sound that is elemental. A sound that can harken to both the past and the future.

Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble - Blues At Sunrise (2000)  Music

Posted by popsakov at June 18, 2016
Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble - Blues At Sunrise (2000)

Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble - Blues At Sunrise (2000)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 460 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 169 Mb
Scans (PNG, 300 dpi) ~ 67 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Blues, Rock | Epic / Legacy #EPC 497858 / 4978582000

The concept behind Blues at Sunrise is a good one: collect ten of SRV's best slow blues numbers, primarily from the official studio albums but also a couple of unreleased cuts and rarities, and sequence them as if they were a lost studio album. It's a neat idea, especially when it's packaged in artwork that deliberately evokes memories of classic blues albums from the '60s (there's even a fake, faded record ring on the front and back covers), and it's hard to fault the music here. All the obvious selections are here – "Ain't Gone 'N' Give Up on Love," "The Things (That) I Used to Do," "Leave My Girl Alone." And the rarities are all worthwhile, including a live "Texas Flood" from the Live at the El Macambo video…