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#1 of 8 Al.Anderson

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Posted August 22 2007 - 01:13 PM

I'm hoping someone who's better at this than I am can help me out. I have an mp3 of a song called Traffic Jam by Santana & Stevie Ray Vaughn. I can't seem to find the track on regular music sites (iTunes, Amazon, etc). When I did a Google search I found a couple hits, but they were all on sites that also had questionable content, so I didn't want to pursue that.

Does anyone know where this track came from or where I can get it legitamately.

#2 of 8 John_Graz

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Posted August 23 2007 - 02:19 AM

I think I have that same track. Is it about 20 minutes ?
Maybe it is from a DVD audio track. Or a bootleg ?

#3 of 8 Al.Anderson

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Posted August 23 2007 - 05:16 AM

My track is 6:29. But when I searched I found mention of both an audio and a video version.

I think you may be right about it being a bootleg. (If it were out on DVD, I'm thinking they would have also released it as an audio track.)

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Posted August 23 2007 - 05:43 AM

My Jam is different. I just checked my Zune. It's 24 minutes and it's Eric Clapton and Santana.The Jam starts with "Eyesight to the Blind".

I did a search on Santana's Official website http://www.santana.com/frameset.html for Stevie Ray in the Discography section and guest artists and nothing came up.

I also searched the best SRV Bootleg site by Bill Wilmothttp://www.willmot.c...v_datelist.html

http://www.willmot.c....Import CD List
And only came up with one Reference to Santana

Are you sure it's Stevie Ray with Santana ?

#5 of 8 Kevin T

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Posted September 01 2007 - 06:41 AM

I found this on YouTube which claims to be the song.



Perhaps you could email the poster of the audio and he could direct you to where to obtain it. The link below will take you to the original YouTube page. Good luck.

http://www.youtube.c....elated&search=
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#6 of 8 Henry Gale

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Posted September 01 2007 - 08:42 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Al.Anderson
I have an mp3 of a song called Traffic Jam by Santana & Stevie Ray Vaughn.


I'm not trying to be cocky about this, Stevie's name is so hard for me to spell I have to look it up every time.

It's:

Stevie Ray Vaughan


I googled the song; apparently it's rare and dates from 1979.
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Posted September 01 2007 - 02:51 PM

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#8 of 8 Al.Anderson

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Posted September 06 2007 - 01:15 AM

Thanks Kevin, that's the version I have. Believe it or not, I'm one of the few that haven't poked around in YouTube. And I certainly never would have thought to look for audio on the site. I have an account now and I'll try and see if the poster knows where it came from.




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