Stevie Ray Vaughan : Caught in the Crossfire

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  • Title: Stevie Ray Vaughan : Caught in the Crossfire
  • Author: Joe Nick Patoski Bill Crawford
  • ISBN: 9780316160698
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
Stevie Ray Vaughan : Caught in the Crossfire

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  • I didn t start listening to SRV until 2013 but when I did, I was stunned, overwhelmed with emotion, addicted and obsessed, finding comfort and soul healing in his music How could I have not known about this music when he was alive I used to listen to BB King, Aretha Franklin, CCR, Canned Heat, Johnny Cash, Jimmi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Who, The Doors, Alan JacksonWhat I am trying to say is I listen to music, I love music How could I have not known about the best and most passionate Blues guit [...]


  • Listening to Stevie Ray Vaughan makes me feel better when nothing else can, like a really good thunderstorm.



  • This biography of Steve Ray Vaughn was fascinating for me, not only because he is one of my favorite musicians, but also because his life was very closely tied to the evolution of Dallas and Austin from the 60 s through the 90 s The bio story is fairly typical rock star stuff, filled with wildly extravagant lifestyles, incredile drug abuse and lots of easy women Some of the interesting stuff had to do with Stevie s relationship with his brother, guitarist Jimmie, and the reverence that Stevie h [...]


  • Eighteen plus years after his death, I finally read this story and I was moved by his recovery from drug abuse, his tragic death, and the legend he became at the time this book was published.My personal first encounter was hearing the song Couldn t Stand the Weather back in 1984, during the beginning of my divorce from Debra This album once I bought the cassette really got me through a rough patch.Then I saw him live during the Fire and the Fury Tour in 1989 with Jeff Beck Awesome concert that a [...]


  • And I thought I knew all about Stevie great read Sex, drugs, and Rock and Roll.but mostly drugs RIP Stevie Made me want to listen to some BLUES but not necessarily mix cocaine into my Crown Royal.


  • I m conflicted on this one if there were half stars , I d give it 3.5 The journo writing style was off putting at first, and I nearly put it down for that reason But ultimately, the book s heart is in the right place Recommended to the fans, especially those who saw him back in the day.


  • Loved every word of it Great to read that one of my favorite people to have lived was a great human being also He was soooo talented and the world is missing him being in it I m thankful that he left behind his music and people that will always remember him


  • Fantastic bio about the greatest of the modern blues players Lots of photos and anecdotes, Stevie made it out of liquor and drugs but could do nothing against fate.


  • Today is the 22nd anniversary of SRV s untimely passing This is the definitive book on his life buy a copy today


  • Parents let me read this book in 8th grade and I learned about coke and the blues I really thought they were talking about Coca Cola Classic all this time until my buddy Mike told me they were talking about something else CLASSIC ME


  • As a huge SRV fan from my first listen to Texas Flood I found this book interesting and inciteful but the writing was below par Stevie and Jimmie Vaughns stories were linked as brothers and blues guitarists but both have been derailed at times through abuses and immaturity The history and detail can be found throughout this story, just be forewarned of the basic writing, and if you but the paperback the worst font on paper odd comment, but trust me.


  • There aren t many biographies of Stevie Ray Vaughan And if you wish he was still here, still writing and playing, still creating new chapters in his life in his own words books don t quite fill those shoes But there are some worthwhile titles out there, thanks to the people who put in the time and effort to create them.Caught in the Crossfire has a lot of information, and a useful Notes section that lists articles and other books One interesting thing is that the chapters about growing up and ea [...]


  • Stevie Ray Vaughan Caught In the Crossfire by Joe Nick Patoski Little, Brown Co, 1993 Biography This introduces one of the greatest electric blues guitar players of the twentieth century Mr Stevie Ray Vaughan, Native Texan His older brother by two years, Jimmy Vaughan, is also a musician of note Stevie Ray idolized Jimmy Vaughan Jimmy Vaughan is one of the founding members of the much loved band The Fabulous Thunderbirds Stevie Ray died in a helicopter crash leaving a concert in 1991 He was know [...]


  • Hablar de este libro, s lo del libro, es f cil es una excelente biograf a, su estilo fluido y lleno de detalles, similar a estar platicando con alguien, y en muchos momentos, necesitas una cerveza en la mano para realmente apreciar eso La biograf a est documentada profundamente y te lleva a un recorrido por la vida de este gran personaje.Pero para m fue un poco m s La m sica de Stevie Ray conecta tan perfectamente conmigo que al leer esto y ver venir el final Stevie Ray muri en un accidente a re [...]


  • I enjoyed this book that gives some insight into the life of a great artist In delves into the early years and shows a relationship between two brothers who often begrudgingly respected each other It is filled with stereotypical hedonistic rock star behavior but moves past that and shows the power of pulling yourself out of addiction by desire and lifestyle changes It paints a wonderful picture of the colorful music scene in Dallas and Austin, Texas If you want to peer behind the blues curtain o [...]


  • Nice historical view to how SRV rose to the heights of rock stardom Book gave a view to a many of the Austin crowd bands and characters of that era I found the first half of the book enjoyable than the second half It seemed the second half s main objective was say what SRV never really had the chance to say Don t do Drugs and Alcohol That is a very nice message but coming from this author it just doesn t have the ring of truth This message really needs to come from the person themselves All in [...]


  • Stevie Ray Vaughan, the man who forever changed the city of Austin and the music scene He was the younger brother Jimmie Vaughan, his music hero He played with Eric Clapton, B.B King, Buddy Guy, Robert Cray and Lonnie Mack but he would be forever indebted to his big brother He survived poverty and drug and alcohol abuse His death, in a helicopter crash was exactly 3 years to the day of his father s death He will live on in our hearts and in our ears forever Thanks for the great music, SRV.


  • Not only does the writer do a great job making you feel like you were there for all of SRV s triumphs and tribulations but he covers the his relationship with his brother Jimmie Vaughan, touches on the Fabulous Thunderbirds and Austin music scene Great read


  • If you are a fan of SRV, this book is a must It gives an accurate history and chronology of events But also, the author s treatment turns this sucker into a page turner make no mistake Very good stuff.


  • alot of useless information as far as names and datesbut inspiring nonetheless he went thru so much in his short lifeso,though,there were alot of great depictions of his youth andpersonal info of family.


  • I really enjoyed learning so much and very in depth about Stevie It did seem a bit in depth for my taste so it made it a lengthy read for me Overall the writer did a great job trying to be objective and tell many sides of situations.


  • Good biography although there wasn t a ton of new information Still, a nice overview of his life I wish there was talk about his gear, but I guess that would have made the book a bit too niche.


  • This book has an amazing amount of detail about Stevie Ray and Jimmie Vaughan and the whole Texas rock blues music scene set the 80s.







  • Great book on the life of SRV If you would like to know about this amazing musician who died too soon, I highly recommend this book It provides tons of details on the artist.


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