I'm sure this is so well known to real pot heads it's cliche' but to this day, my wife and I turn this song on, and the one following it. Since there's always somebody who hasn't 'heard of' somebody, this guy was a Texan Well, one day, everybody heard on the news that 'guitar player Stevie Ray Vaughn is dead today, he died in a helicopter crash, ...''' yadaYada, and everybody was like... Seevie Ray WHO? This man's name is also pronounced, ''GoD ALF*CKiN MiGHTy with an electric guitar.'' After he was dead people started peelin' through his albums. Up turns this one, ''Live at the El Mocambo.'' This was up in Canada in Montreal and when they got there they noticed there were some cameras set up for another band who had been there. Multiple times, you will see pony tail havin', degree in music packin, deeply wise tryin' to sound critics, or 'splaners bowt musick say ''this rendition of this song might be the greatest example of blues rock and roll guitar I have ever seen in my life.'' Say, what? Cmon. I don't know about all THAT- but it's a heck of a video. From the same show on the same night, another glimpse into some pretty good grasp of a 6-string for a guy who probably didn't finish high school. If you also aren't familiar with who Jeff Beck is, this is kinda like his stuff. Jeff Beck had a lot of flow to his playing.