Lonnie Mack with Stevie Ray Vaughan - Double Whammy - Various - Crucial Guitar Blues (CD)

Download Lonnie Mack with Stevie Ray Vaughan - Double Whammy - Various - Crucial Guitar Blues (CD)
Label: Alligator Records - ALCD 114 • Format: CD • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Electric Blues


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  • American singer-guitarist Lonnie McIntosh (July 18, – April 21, ), known as Lonnie Mack, was a pioneer of blues-rock music and rock guitar melodic soloing.. Mack emerged in with the LP, The Wham of that Memphis Man. The album earned him lasting renown both as a blue-eyed soul singer and as a rock guitar innovator.. In the album's instrumental tracks, Mack introduced "edgy.
  • Calling a CD 'Crucial Guitar Blues' is a good marketing technique rather than just calling it an Alligator Records sampler. Having said that, the good people from Alligator have picked some of the hottest guitar work from their library of artists. The gem is a scintillating version of 'Double Whammy' with Lonnie Mack and Stevie Ray Vaughn/5(12).
  • Lonnie Mack is a lightning-fast, vibrato-wielding, whammy bar-hammered guitar stylist. He has influenced so many people, not to mention Stevie Ray Vaughan, who idolized Mack’s early singles. Vaughan even played with Mack on his comeback album, “Strike Like Lightning.” Mack’s musical styling is that of Rhythm and Blues, Modern.
  • Jan 21,  · Lonnie Mack with Stevie Ray Vaughan charging through a breathless, self-explanatory "Double Whammy" adds even more firepower, and even the pace-changing, jaunty swing of Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown's instrumental "Pressure Cooker" that closes the disc maintains the fast-fret theme that is the album's calling card.
  • Mar 22,  · Lonnie Mack. Lonnie Mack, blues guitar great who inspired everyone from Eric Clapton and Keith Richards to Stevie Ray Vaughan and Joe Bonamassa, died April 21 at
  • Apr 21,  · In , Stevie Ray Vaughan took the stage with his friend and personal hero Lonnie Mack at Memphis, Tennessee’s Orpheum Theater; while Stevie was the king of the blues world as far as guitar players went, Lonnie Mack revolutionized the way the electric guitar was used in music, transforming it into the lead voice of rock picgentdepythorburt.selfrobigeralighnonontisovati.cog, then, that these two legends should take the .
  • Keith Richards, Ron Wood, Ry Cooder and Stevie Ray Vaughan all joined Lonnie on stage during his tour. The New York Times said, “Although Mr. Mack can play every finger-twisting blues guitar lick, he doesn't show off; he comes up with sustained melodies and uses fast licks only at an emotional peak. Mr. Mack is also a thoroughly.
  • Jul 16,  · Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble: Complete Epic Recordings Stevie Ray Vaughan: The Making Of Texas Flood “I saw In Step as a new birth, although he – all of them – were definitely into the AA book and there was a lot of Christian and higher power talk going on, which comes with that territory,” says Joe now.

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