A Celebration of Blues and Soul (The 1989 Presidential Inaugural Concert) (DVD-V, Multichannel, NTSC).
A Celebration of Blues & Soul: The 1989 Presidential Inaugural Concert.
Percy Sledge in "The 1989 Inaugural Concert". ONE OF the all-time best concerts of classic blues, soul and rhythm and blues was also one of the unlikeliest. It happened during the 1989 Presidential inauguration ceremonies for George . Bush, whose own tastes ran more to Frank Sinatra and Randy Travis. But somehow it happened anyway, with a lineup that included, for starters, Albert Collins, Bo Diddley, Chuck Jackson, Eddie Floyd, Sam Moore, Stevie Ray and Jimmie Vaughan, Percy Sledge, Koko Taylor, Billy Preston and Carla Thomas. The Inauguration Committee planned a show called 'A Celebration for Young Americans,' where major donors could send their kids while they went to their own gala," says Begle. We essentially hijacked it. We were a stealth event.
On January 21, 1989, on the evening following the presidential inauguration, some the biggest names in classic rhythm and blues performed at the Washington Convention Center at the Presidential Inaugural Concert. Starring: Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Jimmie Vaughan,, Bo Diddley. Customers who watched this item also watched. Related Videos You May Also Enjoy. The black-tie event would be a historical moment: an official inaugural event featuring.
This March will be the world television premiere for this never-before-seen historic concert featuring Steve Ray Vaughan and some of the biggest names in blues and rock history performing their greatest hits. Recorded during a live Presidential Inaugural concert event in 1989, the video and audio tapes of this concert were presumed lost for more than 20 years. Basic Membership with WTTW Apron.
Factory, A Celebration of Blues and Soul: The 1989 Presidential Inaugural Concert, which will be released May 6. Vaughan was part of an all-star lineup that also featured Bo Diddley, Dr. John, Sam Moore, Billy Preston, Albert Collins, Percy Sledge, Willie Dixon, Koko Taylor, Carla Thomas, Eddie Floyd, William Bell, Joe Louis Walker, Ronnie Wood and SRV's older brother, Jimmie Vaughan. Video of the show was considered lost for more 20 years before it was rediscovered 10 years ago. As is often the case during this period of his brief career, Vaughan is in top form in this video
|2||–Chuck Jackson||Any Day Now|
|3||–Chuck Jackson||I Don't Want to Cry|
|4||–Percy Sledge||When a Man Loves a Woman|
|5||–Dr. John||Right Place, Wrong Time|
|6||–Joe Louis Walker||747|
|7||–Willie Dixon, Albert Collins, Delbert McClinton||Hoochie Coochie Man|
|8||–Koko Taylor, Willie Dixon||Wang Dang Doodle|
|9||–Bo Diddley||Bo Diddley|
|10||–Bo Diddley||I'm a Man|
|11||–Bo Diddley, Ron Wood||Hey Bo Diddley|
|12||–William Bell||Born Under a Bad Sign|
|14||–Carla Thomas, Billy Preston||When Something Is Wrong With My Baby|
|15||–Eddie Floyd||Knock on Wood|
|16||–Sam Moore||Soul Man|
|17||–Delbert McClinton||Just a Little Bit|
|18||–Delbert McClinton||Standing On Shaky Ground|
|19||–Delbert McClinton||Maybe Someday|
|20||–Delbert McClinton||B-Movie Box Car Blues|
|21||–Albert Collins, Jimmie Vaughan, Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble||Frosty|
|22||–Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble||Texas Flood|
|23||–Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble||Lovestruck Baby|
|24||–Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble||Superstition|
|25||–Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble||Scuttle Buttin'|
|26||–Koko Taylor||Let The Good Times Roll (End Titles)|
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- A&R – Emily Sage
- Bass – Debby Hastings, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Ed Wise, Tommy Shannon
- Executive-Producer – Richard Foos
- Guitar – Cash McCall, George Naha, Jim Satten, Jimmie Vaughan, Joe Louis Walker, Michael Toles, Ron Wood, Steve Cropper, Stevie Ray Vaughan
- Horns – Alan Chesnovitz, Don Wise, Jim Brady, Patience Higgins, Peter Maurer , Rick Cyr, Thomas La Bella*
- Keyboards – Billy Preston, Dr. John, Jeff Levine, Lafayette Leake, Nick Connolly, Reese Wynans, Rusty Cloud
- Music Director – Billy Preston
- Percussion – Anton Fig, Chris Layton, James Robertson, Randell Harrell Bosarge
- Producer – Brian Blum, Derek Dressler
NotesSticker: AS SEEN ON PBS: DVD Features An Extra Hour of Never-Before Seen- Footage!
Cover states region 1 but it is region 1-8
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8 85150 33852 0
- Label Code: LC 29284
- Mastering SID Code (layer 0): 233852 L0
- Mastering SID Code (layer 1): 233852 L1
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