When you think of American Blues, it’s hard not to think of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble. Formed in the late‘70s, the group brought soul, rock, and jazz together for noteworthy melodies with international acclaim.
Live Alive(1986) record was a live recording album of the group, performed at several blues and jazz festivals then overdubbed in the studio. Many praised the live abilities of Stevie, and songs like“Mary Had a Little Lamb” reflected the band’s talents and influences. The album art shows Vaughan in his natural element, singing with his guitar.