Stevie Ray Vaughan's last performance, live from the Alpine Music Theater, East Troy, Wisconsin August 26th, 1990. Stevie Ray Vaughan's final performance was full of his usual fire and emotion. Despite being in the middle of a grueling tour opening for Eric Clapton, he was enjoying his newfound sobriety and on peak form as he shared the stage with Clapton, Buddy Guy, Robert Cray, and his brother Jimmie. Presented in excellent fidelity, together with background notes and images, this is a fitting memorial to one of the finest blues guitarists America has ever produced. Legendary last performance live from the Alpine Music Theater, East Troy, Wisconsin, before SRV's tragic death. Presented here together with background notes and images. Includes the entire National Public Radio broadcast. First time on vinyl. Three-sided, 180 gram vinyl with etched fourth side; gatefold sleeve.
Tracks: LP 1: 1. NPR Intro / (Jam) 2. The House Is Rockin 3. Tightrope 4. The Things I Used To Do 5. Let Me Love You Baby 6. Leave My Girl Alone 7. Pride And Joy 8. Wall Of Denial 9. Riveria Paradise 10. Superstition 11. Couldn't Stand The Weather 12. Goin' Down
LP 2: 1. Crossfire 2. Voodoo Chile 3. Sweet Home Chicago