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B.B. King - Telephone Song lyrics. Woke up this morning I was all alone Saw your picture by the telephone. K912, Confessing The Blues, Stevie Ray Vaughan & B. B. King · Stevie Ray Vaughan G809, Telephone Song, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Blues. Chords for BB King -Telephone song (A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan).: G7, C, Cm, Cm7. Play along with guitar, ukulele, or piano with interactive chords and.

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Letra de B.B. King - Telephone Song - A Tribute To Stevie Ray Vaughan

Letra de canción de B.B. King - Telephone Song de A Tribute To Stevie Ray Vaughan lyrics

Woke up this morning I was all alone saw your picture by the telephone
I was missing you oh so bad
Wish I had you here to hold all I've got is this touch-tone phone
So I guess I'll give you a call

Operator help me please get thru to my baby way overseas
Time's a wastin' oh so fast
Hello baby tell me is that you I don't know what we're gonna do
But for now I'm glad I got you on the line

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Well it feels so fine knowing you're all right
But you're miles away lord it's not the same

Well I woke up this morning I was all alone saw your picture by the telephone
I've been missing you baby oh so bad
I love you baby with all my might come on home and squeeze me tight
Long distance lovin's gonna drive me out of my mind


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Besedila pesmi

B.B. King - Telephone Song

 

 

Woke up this morning I was all alone
Saw your picture by the telephone
I was missing you oh so bad
Wish I had you here to hold
All I've got is this touch-tone phone
So I guess I'll give you a call

Operator help me please
Get thru to my baby way overseas
Time's wastin' oh so fast
Hello baby tell me is that you
I don't know what we're gonna do
But for now I'm glad I got you on the line

Well it feels so fine
Knowing you're all right
But you're miles away
Lord it's not the same

Well I woke up this morning I was all alone
Saw your picture by the telephone
I've been missing you baby oh so bad
I love you baby with all my might
Come on home and squeeze me tight
Long distance lovin's
Gonna drive me out of my mind

 

 

 

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Artist

Album

Track

Label

B.B. KingVarious:
A Tribute To Stevie Ray VaughanTelephone Song
(song written by Stevie Ray Vaughan)EPIC/
www.srvofficial.com
Today it's exactly 27 years ago that Stevie Ray Vaughan got killed in a helicopter accident, aged 35! Susan CattaneoThe Hammer And The HeartEverybody Cryin' MercyJersey Girl Music/
www.susancattaneo.comShelby Lynne & Allison MoorerNot Dark YetI'm Looking For Blue EyesSilver Cross Records/
Bertus/
www.shelbylynne.com /
www.allisonmoorer.comIron & WineBeat EpicAbout A BruiseSub Pop/
De Konkurrent/
www.ironandwine.comHannah AldridgeGold RushBurning Down BurminghamRootsy.NU/
Sonic RendezVous/
www.hannah-aldridge.myshopify.comMicah P. HinsonMicah P. Hinson Presents The Holy StrangersLover's LaneFull Time Hobby/
De Konkurrent/
www.micahphinson.comJohn FullbrightLive at Crossroads, recorded on
04.19.2011
She Never Spoke Spanish To Me www.crossroadsradio.nl /
www.johnfullbrightmusic.comChris BlevinsBetter Than AloneDaydreamHorton Records/
Continental Record Services/
www.hortonrecords.comLucinda WilliamsLucinda WilliamsAm I Too BlueThirty Tigers/
Bertus/
www.lucindawilliams.comIron & WineBeat EpicBitter TruthSub Pop/
De Konkurrent/
www.ironandwine.comCiara SidineUnbroken LineTrouble Come Find MeSelf-released/
www.ciarasidine.comJack TempchinPeaceful Easy Feeling, The Songs Of Jack TempchinPeaceful Easy FeelingBlue Elan Records/
www.peacefuleasyfeeling.com

2nd hour

Lisa O'KaneIt Don't HurtPay For My Sins New Lightent Entertainment/
www.lisaannokane.com
This week exactly 10 years ago this CD by Lisa O'Kane was our Album Of The Week!Eric ClaptonVarious:
A Tribute To Stevie Ray VaughanAin't Gone 'n Give Up On Your Love
(song written by Stevie Ray Vaughan)EPIC/
www.ericclapton.com
Today it's exactly 27 years ago that Stevie Ray Vaughan got killed in a helicopter accident, aged 35! David RawlingsPoor David's AlmanackCome On Over My HouseAcony Records/
Munich Records/
www.davidrawlingsmusic.comRay Wylie Hubbard
feat.
Patty Griffin
Tell The Devil I'll Get There As Fast As I CanIn Times of ColdBordello Records/
Bertus/
www.raywylie.comRamblin' Jack Elliott
feat. Jerry Jeff WalkerFriends Of MineHe Was A Friend Of MineHightone Records/
Sonic RendezVous/
www.ramblinjack.comRamblin' Jack Elliott
feat.
Tom Waits
Friends Of MineLouiseHightone Records/
Sonic RendezVous/
www.ramblinjack.comJoan OsborneSings Bob DylanMighty QuinnThirty Tigers/
Bertus/
www.joanosborne.comOldseedLive at Crossroads,
recorded
04.19.2011
Still Loving You
(song by The Scorpions) www.crossroadsradio.nl /Iron & WineBeat EpicSong In StoneSub Pop/
De Konkurrent/
www.ironandwine.comEilen JewellDown Hearted BluesThe Poor Girl's StorySignature Sounds/
V2/
www.eilenjewell.comTokyo RosenthalThis Minstrel LifeMama Tried
(cover by Merle Haggard)Rock And Sock Records/
www.tokyorosenthal.comSpencer BohrenSong from his upcoming new albumIn The Absence Of The SacredSelf-released/
www.spencerbohren.comJoe CockerThe Long Voyage HomeDon't Let Me Be MisunderstoodA&M Records/
www.cocker.com

3rd hour

CROSSROADS ACOUSTIC LIVE
Available on the internet at
Crossroadsradio.nl or Rootsparadise.com

John FullbrightLive at Crossroads, recorded on
04.19.2011
1. Lover's Backyard www.crossroadsradio.nl /
www.johnfullbrightmusic.comJohn FullbrightLive at Crossroads, recorded on
04.19.2011
2. All The Time In The World
3. Chrystal
4. Satan & St. Paul www.crossroadsradio.nl /
www.johnfullbrightmusic.comJohn FullbrightLive at Crossroads, recorded on
04.19.2011
5. Tennessee
6. Justice
7. Like A Coat From The Cold
(song by Guy Clark) www.crossroadsradio.nl /
www.johnfullbrightmusic.comJohn FullbrightLive at Crossroads, recorded on
04.19.2011
8. Somebody Elses Name
9. Blameless
10. I Was Too Busy Loving You www.crossroadsradio.nl /
www.johnfullbrightmusic.comJohn FullbrightLive at Crossroads, recorded on
04.19.2011
11. Nothing Brings You Down Like Your Hometown
12. High Road
13. Better Than That www.crossroadsradio.nl /
www.johnfullbrightmusic.comJohn FullbrightLive at Crossroads, recorded on
04.19.2011
14. No World To Be Found
15. Jericho www.crossroadsradio.nl /
www.johnfullbrightmusic.com
Источник: http://www.crossroadsradio.nl/playlists/playlist17/playlist170827.htm

Jimmie Vaughan - Live in Finland
Finninsh Rock Radio, broadcast July 21, 1997 - Moonshine Records - sb6

Track List:
1) Intro / Hey Yeah!
2) Announcer
3) Jimmie Talks about new album
4) Strange Pleasure
5) Jimmie Talks about being on the road
6) Talk / Don't Ya Know
7) Talk about SRV Tribute
8) Texas Flood from Tribute Show
9) Talk about Tribute Show
10) Telephone Song: BB King at Tribute Show
11) Talk about guitar playing
12) D/F W
13) Guitar Talk
14) She Put the Whammy On Me / Freddy King
15) Talk about Texas blues
16) ? Blues
17) Howling Wolf Ad
18) Announcer
19) Jimmie Talks about band and music
20) Jimmie's all time favorite: Strange Dream by Lightning Hopkins
21) Albert King Interview - October 24, 1988

Note: FM from Finnish radio, interviews and album clips. No new live material.

Источник: http://www.geetarz.org/reviews/srv/jlv-finland.htm

A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan

A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan

(Epic)

First Appeared in The Music Box, April 1997, Volume 4, #4

Written by John Metzger

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This set was recorded on May 11, 1995 at a concert hosted by Jimmie Vaughan with Double Trouble as the backing band. Included here are individual performances from Bonnie Raitt, Jimmie Vaughan, B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, and Dr. John, as well as three tracks featuring an all-star cast that also include Art Neville. Indeed, incorporating so many great artists with strong blues roots into this show helped to turn this tribute into a solid endeavor. Everyone delivers the goods with their own approach and style, and none diminish the power of the original song. Of particular note is B.B. King's version of Telephone Song, which he learned in 45 minutes immediately prior to the concert. This version features some fine interplay between B.B. King and Jimmie Vaughan. Buddy Guy tears through Long Way from Home with incredible passion in both his playing and singing, as does Clapton on Ain't Gone 'N Give Up on Your Love. All the group performances are outstanding, particularly the powerful SRV Shuffle. starstarstar

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Of Further Interest...

Robben Ford - Truth

Keep Your Soul: A Tribute to Doug Sahm

Los Lonely Boys - Live at Blue Cat Blues

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A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan is available from
Barnes & Noble. To order, Click Here!

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Ratings

1 Star: Pitiful
2 Stars: Listenable
3 Stars: Respectable
4 Stars: Excellent
5 Stars: Can't Live Without It!!

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Copyright © 1997 The Music Box

Источник: http://www.musicbox-online.com/sv-trib.html

Announcer: 1-800-CALL-ATT presents "Up Close". Hi, I'm Dan Neer. Next week will be six years since the death of Stevie Ray Vaughan. Here's a few remarks about the late, great guitarist.

Buddy Guy: What's the song by Eddie Floyd? It's like thunder, he was like lightning, every time he strike, it was frightening.

Eric Clapton: His strength was...was in that...that sort of power he had with the guitar and with his singing and with his music, his whole, the whole thing.

B.B.King: ...and you hear, you stop, oh my God listen to this guy play. And he's young too!

Art Neville: He just had the...he had the feeling, it was...it was a special gift. It was a gift.

Robert Cray: ...and he could just keep going on and on and on and just...you know...talking to you. It was great.

Bonnie Raitt: I think the...the most...lasting memory I always have of Stevie is his passion.

Jimmie Vaughan: Well, when I think about him, I think about him as my little brother, I mean, he was an unbelievable musician...we all know that.

Announcer: That was Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Art Neville, Robert Cray, Bonnie Raitt and Stevie Ray's brother, Jimmie, from a video which is a companion to a new CD from Epic Records called A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan. The music came from the taping of last year's tribute concert in Austin, Texas, emceed by Jimmie Vaughan. I'll have some more information on the new CD after this.

Announcer: As I mentioned earlier, A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan has just been released. You would reasonably expect a fair amount of sensational guitar playing on the album and giants like Buddy Guy, B.B. King, Robert Cray and Eric Clapton certainly do not disappoint. We've assembled our own two part tribute to Stevie Ray which we've decided to begin just like as the Austin concert did. This is part one of Media America Radio's presentation of Stevie Ray Vaughan...Up Close.

Bonnie Raitt: (from the Tribute concert) Stevie, this one's for you darlin'. Stevie was my pride and joy, he's all of our pride and joy.

(Bonnie Raitt live Tribute performance)

Announcer: That was Bonnie Raitt's version of "PRIDE AND JOY" performed with Double Trouble at Austin City Limits studio from the Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan CD. Now here's a great lover of the blues, Stevie Ray Vaughan.

Stevie Ray: Let's face it, there are lots...and lots and lots of musicians who came up with this style music...that are still...kickin' constantly...and can't get a record deal, some of them can't even get a gig, and uh...it doesn't make any sense to have...young, white punks like myself on the radio making all the money, when the people who came up with music in the first place, and still are...and are still very much the real thing, not gettin' listened to at all.


Announcer: Buddy Guy.

Buddy Guy: When Stevie Ray Vaughan did my, my, the, the, the tune I wrote, "Mary Had A Little Lamb", when I go out and play it, I can hear people say, "Oh, that's Stevie's number". (laughs) You know, so I say OK man, you know, that's Stevie's number. But Stevie knows whose number it was. (voice in background says, "Yeah?") Yeah.

Announcer: And now so do we. Stevie Ray recorded it on Texas Flood. Stevie Ray and his brother Jimmie are two in a long line of magnificent guitarists from the Lone Star State. Think Lightnin' Hopkins, Albert Collins, Freddie King, Billy Gibbons, Johnny Winter and Charlie Sexton. However, the Vaughan brothers are not necessarily part of any Texas tradition. Here's Stevie Ray.

Stevie Ray: I think Jimmie more than myself, I think that uh...because of the records and...everything that Jimmie brought home...and...the...big switches that were going on...in the music scene...when I started playin'...which is a little bit behind Jimmie, all the influences were so much more varied, you know, it use to be a more regional thing...all over the country, different regions and...it got to be more of a...more like trading out information in a way, you know. When...when the...when the English blues boom scene came on...and...and then of course like the Beatles and the Stones and...and...the whole...you know that...that whole influence came in. I was getting all of that at the same time as Jimmie was bring home Muddy Waters and...Jimmy Reed and...B.B. King and...Buddy Guy, and...you know, so it was, it was all kinda...I got all that at once...all those influences at once so it's not so much just a Texas thing.


Announcer: "Texas Flood" is the name of the song and the name of the album. Jimmie Vaughan is the name of this man.

Jimmie Vaughan: I taught him. I mean, I started playing first I was like, I'm like three years older than him. So I got a guitar and started playing and, started playing blues and bringing blues records home and, and as I would learn things he would be sittin' there. And I'd say, don't, you know, don't touch my guitar. Don't even think about it.

Announcer: Stevie Ray.

Stevie Ray: He definitely got me started. And then a...somewhere along the line...showed me that I was suppose to learn myself, (laughs) you know, and a...I'm glad he did, you know, he's...he's probably my biggest influence, for many reasons. Mainly because when he first started, I watched him a lot and uh...it was so easy for him...to learn and pick up what he picked up...that it just didn't seem like it could be hard, you know. And that's... that's...that's like, you know, like I'm glad a bumble bee didn't know he can't fly? (laughs) It was kind of the same theory. (laughs)


Announcer: "Cold Shot" from Couldn't Stand The Weather by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble. To say that Stevie Ray was a fan of Jimi Hendrix would be to say too little.

Stevie Ray: He just kind of...ripped it wide open, (laughs) you know?

Announcer: Stevie Ray rips it open next on part one of Media America's Stevie Ray Vaughan, "Up Close."

Announcer: Welcome back to "Up Close"'s special tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan. Here's the man himself discussing one of his major influences James Marshall Hendrix.

Stevie Ray: He just kind of...ripped it wide open, (laughs) you know? And...where his ideas came from, I don't really know. He played the whole instrument, it wasn't just notes anymore. And he didn't necessarily stick to making your guitar have anything to do with a guitar, with the way he played it. In a very, in a very melodic way, and musical way, he seemed to ignore frets and things like that, you know (laughs) and uh, it turned, I don't know, he just turned it into something else.


Announcer: A remarkable cover of the Jimi Hendrix Experiences' "Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)," performed by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble for the 1984 Couldn't Stand The Weather album. The group, named for a Otis Rush song, consisted, at that point, of bassist Tommy Shannon and drummer Chris Layton.

Tommy Shannon: I was livin' in Houston and playin' around there...and I went in Rockefellers one night and they were playin'...and uh...it was like a revelation, it's like, you know, I thought that's where I wanna be right there, that's where I belong. And uh...I just went up and told Stevie that, you know, I wanna play with you. And I kept buggin' him, you know, and...I guess about a month later he finally gave me a call. But I, it's strange I knew exactly what I wanted to do there. And...and I really felt like that's where I belonged.

Chris Layton: Yeah, I felt the same way too. That's when I approached him. I said, 'hey man', I said, 'we could do some great things together.' Cause I could see obviously that this...that the band, I didn't think, was gonna really go anywhere cause there was...you know, there was a, a serious problem and I thought I could...help cure that.

Announcer: Another shot in the arm came shortly before the Soul To Soul album in 1985 when keyboardist Reese Wynans was added to the lineup.


Announcer: A soulful ditty "Look at Little Sister" from Soul To Soul. Stevie Ray and Double Trouble will be right back in concert and we're gonna be "Up Close". Stick with the Media America Radio Network.

Announcer: Hi I'm Dan Neer. This is "Up Close". Back when Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble were a struggling, young Austin band, they played a benefit concert put together by fellow Austintonian, flatlander Joe Ely. A video tape of their set got into the hands of Mick Jagger. Now I think it's safe to say that he knows a thing or two about how a blues-based rock band should sound. He hired the Texans to come to New York and play a party for the Stones at Danceateria. Chris Layton.

Chris Layton: That almost seemed, it almost seemed kinda like an, an audition...that we were, we were performing for...these, these few people just to see if they liked us and then they did and that was that. It was all over with. You know, it wasn't like, it's been brought out before like it was a big party that we did, The Rolling Stones were having a party and they really wanted us to play, and it's all and, it really wasn't any of that, you know. It's just like, (clears throat) "Yes, could you, could you get your guys to come up, we'd like to come check them out", you know, as opposed to sending, going to see us in just a club gig where they heard we were playing, it was like, yeah, we went up there and played and they was there and "uhm, they're very nice, nice to meet y'all, I'm so and so" and "you guys are very good and this is great, now we gotta run now and ah, we'll see you", you know, it's like, okay, then we went back to the hotel and the next morning we came home.


Announcer: "Superstition," part of the Live Alive CD in 1986. That same year with his drug and alcohol use escalating, Stevie Ray collapsed on stage. However, he cleaned up and in 1989 Stevie Ray and Double Trouble returned with a studio album called In Step. Here's Stevie Ray & Chris Layton.

Stevie Ray: I liked the record. We seemed to be...more in tune with each other -- with what we're doing. Ah, it's a better time for us...collectively and individually. Uh, we've all gotten...to come out more in the record...as a band and individually. And uh...I really feel good about the record. It was, it was difficult at times, we had different, different problems with amplifiers and different things, you know. Things that usually go wrong but they usually go wrong a little bit at a time (laughs) and for some reason every just, every, it was like Murphy's Law came in on my amplifiers.

Chris Layton: We had ah, we had a hum. There was a hum in the studio and we couldn't figure out the source of it and they had, all kinds of things had been tried to, to find where this hum was...

Stevie Ray: ...including like taking, including like cutting the power to the whole block. Not just the building but the block...

Chris Layton: ...so, I mean, went to all these great lengths, and, and finally the only thing that worked at all was, somebody had the idea to fashion what looked like the backstop of a, of a baseball diamond, it looked like a birdcage that Stevie stood inside (Stevie laughs), and that, and there, and that way there wouldn't, the hum would be um, the hum would go away.


Announcer: Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble were definitely in sync for that In Step track, "Crossfire." Now we're going to step out for a moment but you can stick around. Make yourself at home.

Announcer: Welcome back to Stevie Ray Vaughan "Up Close" on the Media America Radio Network. Jimmie Vaughan.

Jimmie Vaughan: (From the Tribute concert) Without this next guy...there wouldn't be any electric Blues as we know it...today. It wouldn't even be close because we're all trying to sound like him and still are, every one of us. So put your hands together for the great, the one and only, B. B. King!

B.B. King: Stevie had many ways of showing you that he uh...had not only talent but he had the feel for playing Blues. His hands, it was, it looked, seemed to be flawless the way he moved with it. ah...When I play, I play sort of like talkin', you know, you know syllables you...say a sentence here, a sentence there, and...you know, then I've got to stop and think for something else to...to keep my conversation going...but his didn't seem to be that at all, it was fluent it...he flowed when he played. ah...He could get something going and it, it was like a song and it would just go on and on and the ideas continuously flowed. I don't have that...and it's not a lot of people that I hear that do have it. Stevie had it.


Announcer: "Tightrope" from In Step. Next time on the conclusion of our tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan, we'll hear more from the new tribute CD and more from Stevie Ray and his friends. Something like this:

Stevie Ray: I can't see tomorrow any better than anyone else, man. (laughs) I just hope that, that the music is taken...seriously...you know. I mean that doesn't mean it can't be fun but...it doesn't mean that it should just be skimmed over and called the Blues because it's got three chords and it's in so and so key and it's this speed.

END PART ONE

Announcer: 1-800-CALL-ATT presents "Up Close". Hi I'm Dan Neer. This week marks six years since the passing of the great guitarist Steve Ray Vaughan. Epic Records has just released A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan CD. It and the companion video document a Stevie Ray tribute concert held last year in Austin, Texas. One of the participants was Eric Clapton who recalls the first time he heard Stevie Ray.

Eric Clapton: I was in my car and I remember thinking, I have to find out, before the day is over, who that guitar player is. That doesn't happen to me very often, though I get that way about listening to music. I mean, about three or four times in my life I've felt that way in a car, listening to the radio, where I've stopped the car, pulled over and th...listened...and thought, I've got to find out before the end of the day, not, you know, sooner or later, but I have to know now who that is. And I remember being fascinated by the fact that he never, ever seemed to be...lost in any way. I uh, it was never, it took a...a...a breather...or it took...a pause to think where he was gonna go next, it just flowed out of him.

Announcer: We'll be back with the song Eric contributed to the concert and the CD in just a moment.

Announcer: Welcome to Media America Radio's Stevie Ray Vaughan, "Up Close." Eric Clapton.

Eric Clapton: (From the Tribute concert) I wanna say what everyone else has said, which is, no more, no less, just that it's an honor to be asked to be here. It's a privilege and an honor to play in memory of Steve, who I didn't get to meet often enough or see play enough but every time I did it gave me chills and made me realize I was in the presence of greatness and uh...I miss him. So thank you for this.

(Eric Clapton live Tribute performance)

Announcer: Eric Clapton's version of "Ain't Gone 'N Give Up On Love" from A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan. The song first appeared on Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble's 1985 album, Soul to Soul. The group's last album together, In Step came out in 1989. For it, Stevie wrote "Wall of Denial" with Doyle Bramhall. At that time, he talked a little bit about the songwriting process.

Stevie Ray: During this album is the first time that I'd ever...it came about by collaborating with someone and you have to get together to do it. So that was about how much format we had. (laughs) We would get together and talk...and then ah...out of our conversations that could go, go as long as a couple of hours...those would tie together what we came to...would tie together a lot of the things we were writing about. So there's really not a formula other than try to, try to experience what, you know, try to put real experience in it...you know, life experience.


Announcer: "Wall of Denial" from In Step. We're gonna step away for just a moment here, but we'll be right back with more of our tribute on Media America's Stevie Ray Vaughan "Up Close".

Announcer: You're tuned to Media America Radio's award winning "Up Close" series. One day in 1990, Mama Vaughan came home early. (Intro from "BROTHERS", Brenda White-King: "What is that I hear?") It's the sound of Stevie Ray and Jimmie making an album together.

Stevie Ray: It's really fun because...for so long Jimmie had his band and I had ours, you know, and uh, it was kinda like, everybody wanted to know why we didn't play together. And Jimmie kind of put it like, it's kinda like having two organ players in a band, you know. Uh, but we'd always actually wanted to do something...and...now we're getting to do it and it's, it's what's come, one thing that's come out of it that's real neat for me is that...I finally realized that ah we hadn't had this much fun or been around each other this much since we were little kids, you know. And sometimes that comes out...and it's like two kids in a car having fun and Mom's goin', you know making fun of Mom (laughs) you know, it's, I don't know, it's, it's, we had a lot of fun doing this thing.

Announcer: Jimmie Vaughan.

(Vocals from "BROTHERS", Brenda White-King: "That's your brother! Don't do that!")

Jimmie Vaughan: We knew that everybody expected us to come out doin' a...a Blues jam, double leads on everything and, and uh, you know, like a...gun fight at OK Corral, you know...and we didn't want to do that. We weren't interested in doing that. We wanted to play together and to make a...make our sound complement each other, you know, that was the whole thing. Even when we played together over the years, you know, at his gigs or at our gigs, we played together. I mean what, what good is it to get out there and uh...you know, if you want, if you want that out of guitar playin' you can, there's a lot of guys that will do that, you know. That just wasn't what we were into, you know?


Announcer: "Telephone Song" from the Vaughan Brothers' Family Style CD. Neither of the pickers could have known while they were making the album that before it saw the light of day Stevie would lose his life in a Wisconsin helicopter crash. Over the next year, Jimmie lovingly went through tapes Stevie had recorded but never released and he assembled a collection of 10 songs which became The Sky is Crying.

Jimmie Vaughan: At first when I started listening to all the stuff, I didn't really know whether there was even gonna be a record. I mean if there was enough suitable stuff for a studio record. Because from my experience with recordin', I've put out a few albums and you usually put out the stuff...that's good enough to put out. You put it out. You know, it's not, I don't know too many people that have...a lot of great stuff just sittin' around, you know. And he actually, I guess, you know, over the, over the years he a...just had extra stuff. I mean everybody has extra stuff but in your mind, when you put a record out, it's not the good stuff, you know what I'm sayin'? You put the good stuff out.


Announcer: From Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble we just heard an Elmore James tune called, "The Sky Is Crying". Elmore was just one of Stevie's influences.

Stevie Ray: I went through The Monkees...

Announcer: How was that again?

Stevie Ray: ...but The Monkees was before...the other hip stuff...

Announcer: What hip stuff?

Stevie Ray: ...Albert King, B. B. King, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, um...Lonnie Mack. At the same time as...Hendrix, Jeff Beck, The Who, Clapton, uh...Mayall, The Beatles. So I got this real interesting connection between the Blues masters from here and the, the English Blues boom and Rock & Roll and...new kind of Rock & Roll, you know, meaning The Beatles.

Announcer: Here's New Orleans keyboard legend, Doctor John.

Doctor John: He had listened to a lot of styles of cats, I mean whether it's a Jimi Hendrix and...mixed up cat's stuff...that I don't think too many people had considered could be mixed up styles from way back in the game to stuff that...was like new and threw it all together and made somethin' new out of it. And that's what, that's how music grows, even when he did somethin' wrong, it led to something right.


Announcer: From Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble's The Sky Is Crying CD, we heard Willie Dixon's "Close To You".

Willie Dixon: Without the roots, it ain't no fruits.

Announcer: That's right Willie. And we'll be rooting around for some fruits to play next on Part Two of Media America Radio's Stevie Ray Vaughan "Up Close" tribute.

Announcer: Welcome back to our very special tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan. My name is Dan Neer. One of the pearls on The Sky Is Crying is a solo acoustic performance by Stevie Ray of "Life By The Drop" recorded during the In Step sessions. Here's Double Trouble's bassist Tommy Shannon and drummer Chris Layton.

Tommy Shannon: It meant a lot to Stevie, that song did, the lyrics...and I, I think it came out real good just doin' it acoustic.

Chris Layton: It just kinda brings a...in a way...you shouldn't really look at the lyrics it...it kinda brings a, a thing about Stevie's life up full circle. And that's a good song between two people. It could also be the same two people in one man, and so I think it's a, a perfect song to end the record.


Announcer: Stevie Ray Vaughan's recording of "Life By The Drop" from The Sky Is Crying. Here's Stevie Ray's brother, Jimmie.

Jimmie Vaughan: When we'd be on tour together, I'd, every night I'd go out and watch him from backstage. If you're a, a guitar player or say a Jazz musician or any kind of musician that plays from the heart (pounds chest), that kind of music, it's like a radio, you gotta tune it in but once you get it on the station...you just sort of receive it. He could go to that place...when he was playin' on stage...he would walk out on stage, pick up the guitar and...within a couple of songs he could just go to that place where he was receiving...his inspiration. And then it was just sort of, it would just sort of, take care of itself. That's not easy to do.

Jimmie Vaughan: (From the Tribute concert) We're gonna do a song Stevie sang, it was on Family Style. It's called "Tick Tock"...and you know how it goes.

(live Tribute performance)

Announcer: A moving performance of "Tick Tock" from Jimmie Vaughan, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, Robert Cray, B. B. King, Buddy Guy, Doctor John and Art Neville along with Double Trouble and the Tilt-A-Whirl band. They all appear on A Tribute To Stevie Ray Vaughan. We'll be back to wrap up our own tribute right after this.

Announcer: "Up Close" is back. Stevie Ray Vaughan will always be remembered for his exceptional virtuosity on the guitar. Those memories might have been different if not for big brother Jimmie.

Stevie Ray: When I saw how much fun he was havin' with it...and...there, I'm sure there was some, something to do with a...with big brother was doing, so little brother wanted to do it but at the same time it was really something that interested me. And...I saw how much fun he was havin'...learnin' and...and how much fun he was havin' just playin', you know. And uh...it was somethin' that I knew I wanted to try. There was one time when I got frustrated and put it down for a few of months but then, I got somethin' else I could play better and went for it, you know. And uh, it wasn't too long 'til I knew exactly what I wanted to do and that was it. And uh, like I said, I haven't had another job other than playin' music since...I was 12. I'm glad for that, I'm grateful for that fact.


Announcer: That's such a beautiful song. From In Step, that was "Riviera Paradise". We feel very fortunate to have been able to bring you this special two part tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan.

END


Источник: http://www.srvrocks.com/interviews-up_close.htm

Telephone song bb king -

A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan

A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan

(Epic)

First Appeared in The Music Box, April 1997, Volume 4, #4

Written by John Metzger

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This set was recorded on May 11, 1995 at a concert hosted by Jimmie Vaughan with Double Trouble as the backing band. Included here are individual performances from Bonnie Raitt, Jimmie Vaughan, B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, and Dr. John, as well as three tracks featuring an all-star cast that also include Art Neville. Indeed, incorporating so many great artists with strong blues roots into this show helped to turn this tribute into a solid endeavor. Everyone delivers the goods with their own approach and style, and none diminish the power of the original song. Of particular note is B.B. King's version of Telephone Song, which he learned in 45 minutes immediately prior to the concert. This version features some fine interplay between B.B. King and Jimmie Vaughan. Buddy Guy tears through Long Way from Home with incredible passion in both his playing and singing, as does Clapton on Ain't Gone 'N Give Up on Your Love. All the group performances are outstanding, particularly the powerful SRV Shuffle. starstarstar

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Of Further Interest...

Robben Ford - Truth

Keep Your Soul: A Tribute to Doug Sahm

Los Lonely Boys - Live at Blue Cat Blues

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A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan is available from
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Ratings

1 Star: Pitiful
2 Stars: Listenable
3 Stars: Respectable
4 Stars: Excellent
5 Stars: Can't Live Without It!!

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Copyright © 1997 The Music Box

Источник: http://www.musicbox-online.com/sv-trib.html

Jimmie Vaughan - Live in Finland
Finninsh Rock Radio, broadcast July 21, 1997 - Moonshine Records - sb6

Track List:
1) Intro / Hey Yeah!
2) Announcer
3) Jimmie Talks about new album
4) Strange Pleasure
5) Jimmie Talks about being on the road
6) Talk / Don't Ya Know
7) Talk about SRV Tribute
8) Texas Flood from Tribute Show
9) Talk about Tribute Show
10) Telephone Song: BB King at Tribute Show
11) Talk about guitar playing
12) D/F W
13) Guitar Talk
14) She Put the Whammy On Me / Freddy King
15) Talk about Texas blues
16) ? Blues
17) Howling Wolf Ad
18) Announcer
19) Jimmie Talks about band and music
20) Jimmie's all time favorite: Strange Dream by Lightning Hopkins
21) Albert King Interview - October 24, 1988

Note: FM from Finnish radio, interviews and album clips. No new live material.

Источник: http://www.geetarz.org/reviews/srv/jlv-finland.htm

Telephone Song

As promised, today’s post is a back to school song and name game that can be used for upper elementary. However, I should point out that (in my opinion) matching an activity to a specific grade level depends largely on the environment in which you teach. Personally, if I were to teach this to upper elementary students, I would encourage individual goofiness, as opposed to playing it straight-laced like I would with second grade students. The video below gives you a good example of elementary students having fun with this song and showing off their personalities.

 

GAME

The teacher sings “Hey Johnny”, replacing the name of Johnny with a student’s name. The named student then sings the part of the “soloist”. Now that the students has been named, the whole class can join in. The soloist will then replace “Mary” with another student’s name. The game continues until all students have been named.

BLUES

If you plan to teach the blues scale to your students this year, this song would be a great introduction. Because all students are actively engaged in the song, they’ll really get a feel for the blues scale. After they’ve played the game, you can start the lesson by asking them what they noticed about the song. Ask if they heard any notes that made the song sound more interesting or unique. From there, you can discuss how Bb helps to create the E blues scale.

I’ve created a short playlist on my Youtube channel featuring several blues backing tracks. Have students move to the beat as they listen to the music. This would also be a good time to introduce them to some of the well known blues artists.



IMPROVISATION

The blues are such a fun way to incorporate improvisation into your classroom. Plus, as long as you set it up correctly, your students will never fear hitting a wrong note. Here’s how you do it:

1. Set up your Orff instruments with the bars E, D, G, A, and Bb. Remove all other bars completely. Having a limited set of bars means that your students won’t feel overwhelmed with too many choices. You could always use less or more depending on your students’ abilities.

2. Play the following video and/or accompany the students yourself on guitar or piano.

3. Model your own improvisation first. Start out simple, with a steady beat, then gradually add different pitches and rhythms.

4. Now it’s their turn. Tell them that there are no rules! They should simply play what sounds good to them, even if that means playing the steady beat on one bar continuously. Emphasize that there are NO wrong notes, therefore, they should just feel free to enjoy the process of music making.*tip* give the whole class a chance to try it at the same time using the handles of their mallets. This will reduce the noise, but still allow them to get a feel for the placement of the bars and the steady beat of the accompaniment. Afterward, you can ask for the first volunteer to play solo.

5. Record them playing (if allowed) and let them hear it. Your students will be amazed with the music they made with only a few notes. This confidence boost will help them feel more comfortable with improvisation in the future.

What did you think of today’s lesson idea? How would you modify it to work for your own classroom setting? I’d love to hear your ideas!

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Источник: https://yellowbrickroadblog.com/2016/08/telephone-song.html

Announcer: 1-800-CALL-ATT presents "Up Close". Hi, I'm Dan Neer. Next week will be six years since the death of Stevie Ray Vaughan. Here's a few remarks about the late, great guitarist.

Buddy Guy: What's the song by Eddie Floyd? It's like thunder, he was like lightning, every time he strike, it was frightening.

Eric Clapton: His strength was...was in that...that sort of power he had with the guitar and with his singing and with his music, his whole, the whole thing.

B.B.King: ...and you hear, you stop, oh my God listen to this guy play. And he's young too!

Art Neville: He just had the...he had the feeling, it was...it was a special gift. It was a gift.

Robert Cray: ...and he could just keep going on and on and on and just...you know...talking to you. It was great.

Bonnie Raitt: I think the...the most...lasting memory I always have of Stevie is his passion.

Jimmie Vaughan: Well, when I think about him, I think about him as my little brother, I mean, he was an unbelievable musician...we all know that.

Announcer: That was Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Art Neville, Robert Cray, Bonnie Raitt and Stevie Ray's brother, Jimmie, from a video which is a companion to a new CD from Epic Records called A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan. The music came from the taping of last year's tribute concert in Austin, Texas, emceed by Jimmie Vaughan. I'll have some more information on the new CD after this.

Announcer: As I mentioned earlier, A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan has just been released. You would reasonably expect a fair amount of sensational guitar playing on the album and giants like Buddy Guy, B.B. King, Robert Cray and Eric Clapton certainly do not disappoint. We've assembled our own two part tribute to Stevie Ray which we've decided to begin just like as the Austin concert did. This is part one of Media America Radio's presentation of Stevie Ray Vaughan...Up Close.

Bonnie Raitt: (from the Tribute concert) Stevie, this one's for you darlin'. Stevie was my pride and joy, he's all of our pride and joy.

(Bonnie Raitt live Tribute performance)

Announcer: That was Bonnie Raitt's version of "PRIDE AND JOY" performed with Double Trouble at Austin City Limits studio from the Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan CD. Now here's a great lover of the blues, Stevie Ray Vaughan.

Stevie Ray: Let's face it, there are lots...and lots and lots of musicians who came up with this style music...that are still...kickin' constantly...and can't get a record deal, some of them can't even get a gig, and uh...it doesn't make any sense to have...young, white punks like myself on the radio making all the money, when the people who came up with music in the first place, and still are...and are still very much the real thing, not gettin' listened to at all.


Announcer: Buddy Guy.

Buddy Guy: When Stevie Ray Vaughan did my, my, the, the, the tune I wrote, "Mary Had A Little Lamb", when I go out and play it, I can hear people say, "Oh, that's Stevie's number". (laughs) You know, so I say OK man, you know, that's Stevie's number. But Stevie knows whose number it was. (voice in background says, "Yeah?") Yeah.

Announcer: And now so do we. Stevie Ray recorded it on Texas Flood. Stevie Ray and his brother Jimmie are two in a long line of magnificent guitarists from the Lone Star State. Think Lightnin' Hopkins, Albert Collins, Freddie King, Billy Gibbons, Johnny Winter and Charlie Sexton. However, the Vaughan brothers are not necessarily part of any Texas tradition. Here's Stevie Ray.

Stevie Ray: I think Jimmie more than myself, I think that uh...because of the records and...everything that Jimmie brought home...and...the...big switches that were going on...in the music scene...when I started playin'...which is a little bit behind Jimmie, all the influences were so much more varied, you know, it use to be a more regional thing...all over the country, different regions and...it got to be more of a...more like trading out information in a way, you know. When...when the...when the English blues boom scene came on...and...and then of course like the Beatles and the Stones and...and...the whole...you know that...that whole influence came in. I was getting all of that at the same time as Jimmie was bring home Muddy Waters and...Jimmy Reed and...B.B. King and...Buddy Guy, and...you know, so it was, it was all kinda...I got all that at once...all those influences at once so it's not so much just a Texas thing.


Announcer: "Texas Flood" is the name of the song and the name of the album. Jimmie Vaughan is the name of this man.

Jimmie Vaughan: I taught him. I mean, I started playing first I was like, I'm like three years older than him. So I got a guitar and started playing and, started playing blues and bringing blues records home and, and as I would learn things he would be sittin' there. And I'd say, don't, you know, don't touch my guitar. Don't even think about it.

Announcer: Stevie Ray.

Stevie Ray: He definitely got me started. And then a...somewhere along the line...showed me that I was suppose to learn myself, (laughs) you know, and a...I'm glad he did, you know, he's...he's probably my biggest influence, for many reasons. Mainly because when he first started, I watched him a lot and uh...it was so easy for him...to learn and pick up what he picked up...that it just didn't seem like it could be hard, you know. And that's... that's...that's like, you know, like I'm glad a bumble bee didn't know he can't fly? (laughs) It was kind of the same theory. (laughs)


Announcer: "Cold Shot" from Couldn't Stand The Weather by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble. To say that Stevie Ray was a fan of Jimi Hendrix would be to say too little.

Stevie Ray: He just kind of...ripped it wide open, (laughs) you know?

Announcer: Stevie Ray rips it open next on part one of Media America's Stevie Ray Vaughan, "Up Close."

Announcer: Welcome back to "Up Close"'s special tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan. Here's the man himself discussing one of his major influences James Marshall Hendrix.

Stevie Ray: He just kind of...ripped it wide open, (laughs) you know? And...where his ideas came from, I don't really know. He played the whole instrument, it wasn't just notes anymore. And he didn't necessarily stick to making your guitar have anything to do with a guitar, with the way he played it. In a very, in a very melodic way, and musical way, he seemed to ignore frets and things like that, you know (laughs) and uh, it turned, I don't know, he just turned it into something else.


Announcer: A remarkable cover of the Jimi Hendrix Experiences' "Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)," performed by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble for the 1984 Couldn't Stand The Weather album. The group, named for a Otis Rush song, consisted, at that point, of bassist Tommy Shannon and drummer Chris Layton.

Tommy Shannon: I was livin' in Houston and playin' around there...and I went in Rockefellers one night and they were playin'...and uh...it was like a revelation, it's like, you know, I thought that's where I wanna be right there, that's where I belong. And uh...I just went up and told Stevie that, you know, I wanna play with you. And I kept buggin' him, you know, and...I guess about a month later he finally gave me a call. But I, it's strange I knew exactly what I wanted to do there. And...and I really felt like that's where I belonged.

Chris Layton: Yeah, I felt the same way too. That's when I approached him. I said, 'hey man', I said, 'we could do some great things together.' Cause I could see obviously that this...that the band, I didn't think, was gonna really go anywhere cause there was...you know, there was a, a serious problem and I thought I could...help cure that.

Announcer: Another shot in the arm came shortly before the Soul To Soul album in 1985 when keyboardist Reese Wynans was added to the lineup.


Announcer: A soulful ditty "Look at Little Sister" from Soul To Soul. Stevie Ray and Double Trouble will be right back in concert and we're gonna be "Up Close". Stick with the Media America Radio Network.

Announcer: Hi I'm Dan Neer. This is "Up Close". Back when Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble were a struggling, young Austin band, they played a benefit concert put together by fellow Austintonian, flatlander Joe Ely. A video tape of their set got into the hands of Mick Jagger. Now I think it's safe to say that he knows a thing or two about how a blues-based rock band should sound. He hired the Texans to come to New York and play a party for the Stones at Danceateria. Chris Layton.

Chris Layton: That almost seemed, it almost seemed kinda like an, an audition...that we were, we were performing for...these, these few people just to see if they liked us and then they did and that was that. It was all over with. You know, it wasn't like, it's been brought out before like it was a big party that we did, The Rolling Stones were having a party and they really wanted us to play, and it's all and, it really wasn't any of that, you know. It's just like, (clears throat) "Yes, could you, could you get your guys to come up, we'd like to come check them out", you know, as opposed to sending, going to see us in just a club gig where they heard we were playing, it was like, yeah, we went up there and played and they was there and "uhm, they're very nice, nice to meet y'all, I'm so and so" and "you guys are very good and this is great, now we gotta run now and ah, we'll see you", you know, it's like, okay, then we went back to the hotel and the next morning we came home.


Announcer: "Superstition," part of the Live Alive CD in 1986. That same year with his drug and alcohol use escalating, Stevie Ray collapsed on stage. However, he cleaned up and in 1989 Stevie Ray and Double Trouble returned with a studio album called In Step. Here's Stevie Ray & Chris Layton.

Stevie Ray: I liked the record. We seemed to be...more in tune with each other -- with what we're doing. Ah, it's a better time for us...collectively and individually. Uh, we've all gotten...to come out more in the record...as a band and individually. And uh...I really feel good about the record. It was, it was difficult at times, we had different, different problems with amplifiers and different things, you know. Things that usually go wrong but they usually go wrong a little bit at a time (laughs) and for some reason every just, every, it was like Murphy's Law came in on my amplifiers.

Chris Layton: We had ah, we had a hum. There was a hum in the studio and we couldn't figure out the source of it and they had, all kinds of things had been tried to, to find where this hum was...

Stevie Ray: ...including like taking, including like cutting the power to the whole block. Not just the building but the block...

Chris Layton: ...so, I mean, went to all these great lengths, and, and finally the only thing that worked at all was, somebody had the idea to fashion what looked like the backstop of a, of a baseball diamond, it looked like a birdcage that Stevie stood inside (Stevie laughs), and that, and there, and that way there wouldn't, the hum would be um, the hum would go away.


Announcer: Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble were definitely in sync for that In Step track, "Crossfire." Now we're going to step out for a moment but you can stick around. Make yourself at home.

Announcer: Welcome back to Stevie Ray Vaughan "Up Close" on the Media America Radio Network. Jimmie Vaughan.

Jimmie Vaughan: (From the Tribute concert) Without this next guy...there wouldn't be any electric Blues as we know it...today. It wouldn't even be close because we're all trying to sound like him and still are, every one of us. So put your hands together for the great, the one and only, B. B. King!

B.B. King: Stevie had many ways of showing you that he uh...had not only talent but he had the feel for playing Blues. His hands, it was, it looked, seemed to be flawless the way he moved with it. ah...When I play, I play sort of like talkin', you know, you know syllables you...say a sentence here, a sentence there, and...you know, then I've got to stop and think for something else to...to keep my conversation going...but his didn't seem to be that at all, it was fluent it...he flowed when he played. ah...He could get something going and it, it was like a song and it would just go on and on and the ideas continuously flowed. I don't have that...and it's not a lot of people that I hear that do have it. Stevie had it.


Announcer: "Tightrope" from In Step. Next time on the conclusion of our tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan, we'll hear more from the new tribute CD and more from Stevie Ray and his friends. Something like this:

Stevie Ray: I can't see tomorrow any better than anyone else, man. (laughs) I just hope that, that the music is taken...seriously...you know. I mean that doesn't mean it can't be fun but...it doesn't mean that it should just be skimmed over and called the Blues because it's got three chords and it's in so and so key and it's this speed.

END PART ONE

Announcer: 1-800-CALL-ATT presents "Up Close". Hi I'm Dan Neer. This week marks six years since the passing of the great guitarist Steve Ray Vaughan. Epic Records has just released A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan CD. It and the companion video document a Stevie Ray tribute concert held last year in Austin, Texas. One of the participants was Eric Clapton who recalls the first time he heard Stevie Ray.

Eric Clapton: I was in my car and I remember thinking, I have to find out, before the day is over, who that guitar player is. That doesn't happen to me very often, though I get that way about listening to music. I mean, about three or four times in my life I've felt that way in a car, listening to the radio, where I've stopped the car, pulled over and th...listened...and thought, I've got to find out before the end of the day, not, you know, sooner or later, but I have to know now who that is. And I remember being fascinated by the fact that he never, ever seemed to be...lost in any way. I uh, it was never, it took a...a...a breather...or it took...a pause to think where he was gonna go next, it just flowed out of him.

Announcer: We'll be back with the song Eric contributed to the concert and the CD in just a moment.

Announcer: Welcome to Media America Radio's Stevie Ray Vaughan, "Up Close." Eric Clapton.

Eric Clapton: (From the Tribute concert) I wanna say what everyone else has said, which is, no more, no less, just that it's an honor to be asked to be here. It's a privilege and an honor to play in memory of Steve, who I didn't get to meet often enough or see play enough but every time I did it gave me chills and made me realize I was in the presence of greatness and uh...I miss him. So thank you for this.

(Eric Clapton live Tribute performance)

Announcer: Eric Clapton's version of "Ain't Gone 'N Give Up On Love" from A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan. The song first appeared on Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble's 1985 album, Soul to Soul. The group's last album together, In Step came out in 1989. For it, Stevie wrote "Wall of Denial" with Doyle Bramhall. At that time, he talked a little bit about the songwriting process.

Stevie Ray: During this album is the first time that I'd ever...it came about by collaborating with someone and you have to get together to do it. So that was about how much format we had. (laughs) We would get together and talk...and then ah...out of our conversations that could go, go as long as a couple of hours...those would tie together what we came to...would tie together a lot of the things we were writing about. So there's really not a formula other than try to, try to experience what, you know, try to put real experience in it...you know, life experience.


Announcer: "Wall of Denial" from In Step. We're gonna step away for just a moment here, but we'll be right back with more of our tribute on Media America's Stevie Ray Vaughan "Up Close".

Announcer: You're tuned to Media America Radio's award winning "Up Close" series. One day in 1990, Mama Vaughan came home early. (Intro from "BROTHERS", Brenda White-King: "What is that I hear?") It's the sound of Stevie Ray and Jimmie making an album together.

Stevie Ray: It's really fun because...for so long Jimmie had his band and I had ours, you know, and uh, it was kinda like, everybody wanted to know why we didn't play together. And Jimmie kind of put it like, it's kinda like having two organ players in a band, you know. Uh, but we'd always actually wanted to do something...and...now we're getting to do it and it's, it's what's come, one thing that's come out of it that's real neat for me is that...I finally realized that ah we hadn't had this much fun or been around each other this much since we were little kids, you know. And sometimes that comes out...and it's like two kids in a car having fun and Mom's goin', you know making fun of Mom (laughs) you know, it's, I don't know, it's, it's, we had a lot of fun doing this thing.

Announcer: Jimmie Vaughan.

(Vocals from "BROTHERS", Brenda White-King: "That's your brother! Don't do that!")

Jimmie Vaughan: We knew that everybody expected us to come out doin' a...a Blues jam, double leads on everything and, and uh, you know, like a...gun fight at OK Corral, you know...and we didn't want to do that. We weren't interested in doing that. We wanted to play together and to make a...make our sound complement each other, you know, that was the whole thing. Even when we played together over the years, you know, at his gigs or at our gigs, we played together. I mean what, what good is it to get out there and uh...you know, if you want, if you want that out of guitar playin' you can, there's a lot of guys that will do that, you know. That just wasn't what we were into, you know?


Announcer: "Telephone Song" from the Vaughan Brothers' Family Style CD. Neither of the pickers could have known while they were making the album that before it saw the light of day Stevie would lose his life in a Wisconsin helicopter crash. Over the next year, Jimmie lovingly went through tapes Stevie had recorded but never released and he assembled a collection of 10 songs which became The Sky is Crying.

Jimmie Vaughan: At first when I started listening to all the stuff, I didn't really know whether there was even gonna be a record. I mean if there was enough suitable stuff for a studio record. Because from my experience with recordin', I've put out a few albums and you usually put out the stuff...that's good enough to put out. You put it out. You know, it's not, I don't know too many people that have...a lot of great stuff just sittin' around, you know. And he actually, I guess, you know, over the, over the years he a...just had extra stuff. I mean everybody has extra stuff but in your mind, when you put a record out, it's not the good stuff, you know what I'm sayin'? You put the good stuff out.


Announcer: From Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble we just heard an Elmore James tune called, "The Sky Is Crying". Elmore was just one of Stevie's influences.

Stevie Ray: I went through The Monkees...

Announcer: How was that again?

Stevie Ray: ...but The Monkees was before...the other hip stuff...

Announcer: What hip stuff?

Stevie Ray: ...Albert King, B. B. King, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, um...Lonnie Mack. At the same time as...Hendrix, Jeff Beck, The Who, Clapton, uh...Mayall, The Beatles. So I got this real interesting connection between the Blues masters from here and the, the English Blues boom and Rock & Roll and...new kind of Rock & Roll, you know, meaning The Beatles.

Announcer: Here's New Orleans keyboard legend, Doctor John.

Doctor John: He had listened to a lot of styles of cats, I mean whether it's a Jimi Hendrix and...mixed up cat's stuff...that I don't think too many people had considered could be mixed up styles from way back in the game to stuff that...was like new and threw it all together and made somethin' new out of it. And that's what, that's how music grows, even when he did somethin' wrong, it led to something right.


Announcer: From Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble's The Sky Is Crying CD, we heard Willie Dixon's "Close To You".

Willie Dixon: Without the roots, it ain't no fruits.

Announcer: That's right Willie. And we'll be rooting around for some fruits to play next on Part Two of Media America Radio's Stevie Ray Vaughan "Up Close" tribute.

Announcer: Welcome back to our very special tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan. My name is Dan Neer. One of the pearls on The Sky Is Crying is a solo acoustic performance by Stevie Ray of "Life By The Drop" recorded during the In Step sessions. Here's Double Trouble's bassist Tommy Shannon and drummer Chris Layton.

Tommy Shannon: It meant a lot to Stevie, that song did, the lyrics...and I, I think it came out real good just doin' it acoustic.

Chris Layton: It just kinda brings a...in a way...you shouldn't really look at the lyrics it...it kinda brings a, a thing about Stevie's life up full circle. And that's a good song between two people. It could also be the same two people in one man, and so I think it's a, a perfect song to end the record.


Announcer: Stevie Ray Vaughan's recording of "Life By The Drop" from The Sky Is Crying. Here's Stevie Ray's brother, Jimmie.

Jimmie Vaughan: When we'd be on tour together, I'd, every night I'd go out and watch him from backstage. If you're a, a guitar player or say a Jazz musician or any kind of musician that plays from the heart (pounds chest), that kind of music, it's like a radio, you gotta tune it in but once you get it on the station...you just sort of receive it. He could go to that place...when he was playin' on stage...he would walk out on stage, pick up the guitar and...within a couple of songs he could just go to that place where he was receiving...his inspiration. And then it was just sort of, it would just sort of, take care of itself. That's not easy to do.

Jimmie Vaughan: (From the Tribute concert) We're gonna do a song Stevie sang, it was on Family Style. It's called "Tick Tock"...and you know how it goes.

(live Tribute performance)

Announcer: A moving performance of "Tick Tock" from Jimmie Vaughan, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, Robert Cray, B. B. King, Buddy Guy, Doctor John and Art Neville along with Double Trouble and the Tilt-A-Whirl band. They all appear on A Tribute To Stevie Ray Vaughan. We'll be back to wrap up our own tribute right after this.

Announcer: "Up Close" is back. Stevie Ray Vaughan will always be remembered for his exceptional virtuosity on the guitar. Those memories might have been different if not for big brother Jimmie.

Stevie Ray: When I saw how much fun he was havin' with it...and...there, I'm sure there was some, something to do with a...with big brother was doing, so little brother wanted to do it but at the same time it was really something that interested me. And...I saw how much fun he was havin'...learnin' and...and how much fun he was havin' just playin', you know. And uh...it was somethin' that I knew I wanted to try. There was one time when I got frustrated and put it down for a few of months but then, I got somethin' else I could play better and went for it, you know. And uh, it wasn't too long 'til I knew exactly what I wanted to do and that was it. And uh, like I said, I haven't had another job other than playin' music since...I was 12. I'm glad for that, I'm grateful for that fact.


Announcer: That's such a beautiful song. From In Step, that was "Riviera Paradise". We feel very fortunate to have been able to bring you this special two part tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan.

END


Источник: http://www.srvrocks.com/interviews-up_close.htm

Telephone Song - text

Woke up this morning I was all alone
Saw your picture by the telephone
I was missing you oh so bad
Wish I had you here to hold
All I've got is this touch-tone phone
So I guess I'll give you a call

Operator help me please
Get thru to my baby way overseas
Time's wastin' oh so fast
Hello baby tell me is that you
I don't know what we're gonna do
But for now I'm glad I got you on the line

Well it feels so fine
Knowing you're all right
But you're miles away
Lord it's not the same

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Well I woke up this morning I was all alone
Saw your picture by the telephone
I've been missing you baby oh so bad
I love you baby with all my might
Come on home and squeeze me tight
Long distance lovin's
Gonna drive me out of my mind

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Telephone Song - lyrics

Woke up this morning I was all alone
Saw your picture by the telephone
I was missing you oh so bad
Wish I had you here to hold
All I've got is this touch-tone phone
So I guess I'll give you a call

Operator help me please
Get thru to my baby way overseas
Time's wastin' oh so fast
Hello baby tell me is that you
I don't know what we're gonna do
But for now I'm glad I got you on the line

Well it feels so fine
Knowing you're all right
But you're miles away
Lord it's not the same

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Well I woke up this morning I was all alone
Saw your picture by the telephone
I've been missing you baby oh so bad
I love you baby with all my might
Come on home and squeeze me tight
Long distance lovin's
Gonna drive me out of my mind

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Letra de B.B. King - Telephone Song - A Tribute To Stevie Ray Vaughan

Letra de canción de B.B. King - Telephone Song de A Tribute To Stevie Ray Vaughan lyrics

Woke up this morning I was all alone saw your picture by the telephone
I was missing you oh so bad
Wish I had you here to hold all I've got is this touch-tone phone
So I guess I'll give you a call

Operator help me please get thru to my baby way overseas
Time's a wastin' oh so fast
Hello baby tell me is that you I don't know what we're gonna do
But for now I'm glad I got you on the line

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Well it feels so fine knowing you're all right
But you're miles away lord it's not the same

Well I woke up this morning I was all alone saw your picture by the telephone
I've been missing you baby oh so bad
I love you baby with all my might come on home and squeeze me tight
Long distance lovin's gonna drive me out of my mind


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Источник: https://www.coveralia.com/letras/b-b--king---telephone-song-a-tribute-to-stevie-ray-vaughan.php

Artist

Album

Track

Label

B.B. KingVarious:
A Tribute To Stevie Ray VaughanTelephone Song
(song written by Stevie Ray Vaughan)EPIC/
www.srvofficial.com
Today it's exactly 27 years ago that Stevie Ray Vaughan got killed in a helicopter accident, aged 35! Susan CattaneoThe Hammer And The HeartEverybody Cryin' MercyJersey Girl Music/
www.susancattaneo.comShelby Lynne & Allison MoorerNot Dark Telephone song bb king Looking For Blue EyesSilver Cross Records/
Bertus/
www.shelbylynne.com /
www.allisonmoorer.comIron & WineBeat EpicAbout A BruiseSub Pop/
De Konkurrent/
www.ironandwine.comHannah AldridgeGold RushBurning Down BurminghamRootsy.NU/
Sonic RendezVous/
www.hannah-aldridge.myshopify.comMicah P. HinsonMicah P. Hinson Presents The Holy StrangersLover's LaneFull Time Hobby/
De Konkurrent/
www.micahphinson.comJohn FullbrightLive at Crossroads, recorded on
04.19.2011
She Never Spoke Spanish To Me www.crossroadsradio.nl /
www.johnfullbrightmusic.comChris BlevinsBetter Than AloneDaydreamHorton Records/
Continental Record Services/
www.hortonrecords.comLucinda WilliamsLucinda WilliamsAm I Too BlueThirty Tigers/
Bertus/
www.lucindawilliams.comIron & WineBeat EpicBitter TruthSub Pop/
De Konkurrent/
www.ironandwine.comCiara SidineUnbroken LineTrouble Come Find MeSelf-released/
www.ciarasidine.comJack TempchinPeaceful Easy Logo victoria secret pink panties, The Songs Of Jack TempchinPeaceful Easy FeelingBlue Elan Records/
www.peacefuleasyfeeling.com

2nd hour

Lisa O'KaneIt Don't HurtPay For My Sins New Lightent Entertainment/
www.lisaannokane.com
This week exactly 10 years ago this CD by Lisa O'Kane was our Album Of The Week!Eric ClaptonVarious:
A Tribute To Stevie Ray VaughanAin't Gone 'n Give Up On Your Love
(song written by Stevie Ray Vaughan)EPIC/
www.ericclapton.com
Today it's exactly 27 years ago that Stevie Ray Vaughan got killed in a helicopter accident, aged 35! David RawlingsPoor David's AlmanackCome On Over My HouseAcony Records/
Munich Records/
www.davidrawlingsmusic.comRay Wylie Hubbard
feat.
Patty Griffin
Tell The Devil I'll Get There As Fast As I CanIn Times of ColdBordello Records/
Bertus/
www.raywylie.comRamblin' Jack Elliott
feat. Jerry Jeff WalkerFriends Of MineHe Was A Friend Of MineHightone Records/
Sonic RendezVous/
www.ramblinjack.comRamblin' Jack Elliott
feat.
Tom Waits
Friends Of MineLouiseHightone Records/
Sonic RendezVous/
www.ramblinjack.comJoan OsborneSings Bob DylanMighty QuinnThirty Tigers/
Bertus/
www.joanosborne.comOldseedLive at Crossroads,
recorded
04.19.2011
Still Loving You
(song by The Scorpions) www.crossroadsradio.nl /Iron & WineBeat EpicSong In StoneSub Pop/
De Konkurrent/
www.ironandwine.comEilen JewellDown Hearted BluesThe Poor Girl's StorySignature Sounds/
V2/
www.eilenjewell.comTokyo RosenthalThis Minstrel LifeMama Tried
(cover by Merle Haggard)Rock And Sock Records/
www.tokyorosenthal.comSpencer BohrenSong from his upcoming new albumIn The Absence Of The SacredSelf-released/
www.spencerbohren.comJoe CockerThe Long Voyage HomeDon't Let Me Be MisunderstoodA&M Records/
www.cocker.com

3rd hour

CROSSROADS ACOUSTIC LIVE
Available on the internet at
Crossroadsradio.nl or Rootsparadise.com

John FullbrightLive at Crossroads, recorded on
04.19.2011
1. Lover's Backyard www.crossroadsradio.nl /
www.johnfullbrightmusic.comJohn FullbrightLive at Crossroads, recorded on
04.19.2011
2. All The Time In The World
3. Chrystal
4. Satan & St. Paul www.crossroadsradio.nl /
www.johnfullbrightmusic.comJohn FullbrightLive at Crossroads, recorded on
04.19.2011
5. Tennessee
6. Justice
7. Like A Coat From The Cold
(song by Guy Clark) www.crossroadsradio.nl /
www.johnfullbrightmusic.comJohn FullbrightLive at Crossroads, recorded on
04.19.2011
8. Somebody Elses Name
9. Blameless
10. I Was Too Busy Loving You www.crossroadsradio.nl /
www.johnfullbrightmusic.comJohn FullbrightLive at Crossroads, recorded on
04.19.2011
11. Nothing Brings You Down Like Your Hometown
12. High Road
13. Better Than That www.crossroadsradio.nl /
www.johnfullbrightmusic.comJohn FullbrightLive at Crossroads, recorded on
04.19.2011
14. No World To Be Found
15. Jericho www.crossroadsradio.nl /
www.johnfullbrightmusic.com
Источник: http://www.crossroadsradio.nl/playlists/playlist17/playlist170827.htm

Telephone Song

As promised, today’s post is a back to school song and name game that can be used for upper elementary. However, I should point out that (in my opinion) matching an activity to a specific grade level depends largely on the environment in which you teach. Personally, if I were to teach this to upper elementary students, I would encourage individual goofiness, as opposed allen edmonds normandy playing it straight-laced like I would with second grade students. The video below gives you a good example of elementary students having fun with this song and showing off their personalities.

 

GAME

The teacher sings “Hey Johnny”, replacing the name of Johnny with a student’s name. The named student then sings the part of the “soloist”. Now that the students has been named, the whole class can join in. The soloist will then replace “Mary” with another student’s name. The game continues until all students have been named.

BLUES

If you plan telephone song bb king teach the blues scale to your students this year, this song would be a great introduction. Because all students are actively engaged in the song, they’ll really get a feel for the blues scale. After they’ve played the game, you can start the lesson by asking them what they noticed about the song. Ask if they heard any notes that made the song sound more interesting or unique. From there, you can discuss how Bb helps to create the E blues scale.

I’ve created a short playlist on my Youtube channel telephone song bb king several blues backing tracks. Have students move to the beat as they listen to the music. This would also be a good time to introduce them to some of the well known blues artists.



IMPROVISATION

The blues are such a fun way to incorporate improvisation into your classroom. Plus, as long as you set it up correctly, your students will never fear hitting a wrong note. Here’s how you do it:

1. Set up your Orff instruments with the bars E, D, G, A, and Bb. Remove all other bars completely. Having a limited set of bars means that your students won’t feel overwhelmed telephone song bb king too many choices. You could always use less or more depending on your students’ abilities.

2. Play the following video and/or accompany the students yourself on guitar or piano.

3. Model your own improvisation first. Start out simple, with a steady beat, then gradually add different pitches and rhythms.

4. Now it’s their turn. Tell them that there are no telephone song bb king They should first federal savings and loan aberdeen ms play what sounds good to them, even if that means playing the steady beat on one bar continuously. Emphasize that there are NO wrong notes, therefore, they should just feel free to enjoy the process of music making.*tip* give the whole class a chance to try it at the same time using the handles of their mallets. This will reduce the noise, but still allow them to get a feel for the placement of the bars and the steady beat of the accompaniment. Afterward, you can ask for the first volunteer to play solo.

5. Record them playing (if allowed) and let them hear telephone song bb king. Your students will be amazed with the music they made with only a few notes. This confidence boost will help them feel more comfortable with improvisation in the future.

What did you think of today’s lesson idea? How would you modify it to work for your own classroom setting? I’d love to hear your ideas!

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Besedila pesmi

B.B. King - Telephone Song

 

 

Woke up this morning I was all alone
Saw your picture by the telephone
I was missing you oh so bad
Wish I had you here to hold
All I've got is this touch-tone phone
So I guess I'll give you a call

Operator help me please
Get thru to my baby way overseas
Time's wastin' oh so fast
Hello baby tell me is that you
I don't know what we're gonna do
But for now I'm glad I got you on the line

Well it feels so fine
Knowing you're all right
But you're miles away
Lord it's not the same

Well I woke up this morning I was all alone
Saw your picture by the telephone
I've been missing you baby oh so bad
I love you baby with all my cash america pawn nashville tn on home and squeeze me tight
Long distance lovin's
Gonna drive me out of my mind

 

 

 

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First Appeared in The Music Box, April 1997, Volume 4, #4

Written by John Metzger

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This set was recorded on May 11, 1995 at a concert hosted by Jimmie Vaughan with Double Trouble as the backing band. Included here are individual performances from Bonnie Raitt, Jimmie Vaughan, B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, and Dr. John, as well as three tracks telephone song bb king an all-star cast that also include Art Neville. Indeed, incorporating so many great artists with strong blues roots into this show helped to turn this tribute into a solid endeavor. Everyone delivers the goods with their own approach and style, and none diminish the power of the original song. Of particular note is B.B. King's version of Telephone Song, which he learned in 45 minutes immediately prior to the concert. This version features some fine interplay between B.B. King and Jimmie Vaughan. Buddy Guy tears through Long Way from Home with incredible passion in both his playing and singing, as does Clapton on Ain't Gone 'N Give Up on Your Love. All the group performances are outstanding, particularly the powerful SRV Shuffle. starstarstar

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Of Further Interest.

Robben Ford - Truth

Keep Your Soul: A Tribute to Doug Sahm

Los Lonely Boys - Live at Blue Cat Blues

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A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan is available from
Barnes & Noble. To order, Click Here!

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Ratings

1 Star: Pitiful
2 Stars: Listenable
3 Stars: Respectable
4 Stars: Excellent
5 Stars: Can't Live Without It!!

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Copyright © 1997 The Music Box

Источник: http://www.musicbox-online.com/sv-trib.html

Letra de B.B. King - Telephone Song - A Tribute To Stevie Ray Vaughan

Letra de canción de B.B. King - Telephone Song de A Tribute To Stevie Ray Vaughan lyrics

Woke up this morning I was all alone saw your picture by the telephone
I was missing you oh so bad
Wish I had you here to hold all I've got is this touch-tone phone
So I guess I'll give you a call

Operator help me please get thru to my baby way overseas
Time's a wastin' oh so fast
Hello baby tell telephone song bb king is that you I don't know what we're gonna do
But for now I'm glad I got you on the line

https://www.coveralia.com/letras/b-b--king---telephone-song-a-tribute-to-stevie-ray-vaughan.php
Well it feels so fine knowing you're all right
But you're miles away lord it's not the same

Well I woke up this morning I was all alone saw your picture by the telephone
I've been missing you baby oh so bad
I love you baby with all my might come on home and squeeze me tight
Long distance lovin's gonna drive me out of my mind


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Источник: https://www.coveralia.com/letras/b-b--king---telephone-song-a-tribute-to-stevie-ray-vaughan.php

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