Video: Jeff Beck and Stevie Ray Vaughan Perform "Jeff's Boogie" in 1984
For this week's flashback video, we head to Honolulu, Hawaii.
That's where, in 1984, Jeff Beck joined Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble on stage to play an impressive mini-set that included "Jeff's Boogie," an instrumental track from the Yardbirds' 1966 Roger the Engineer album.
In the great-sounding video below, Beck and Vaughan take turns playing the solos in the Cliff Gallup-inspired tune. Jimmie Vaughan was also in attendance that night, by the way (I know this because I have an old VHS of this show).
If you're not familiar with the original Yardbirds version, be sure to check it out; it's pure vintage Beck.
Note that this scene took place five years before Beck and Vaughan's 1989 tour.
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