[VIDEO]http://www.amazon.com/Session-Albert-King-Stevie-Vaughan/dp/B0000AZKLF/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1239730391&sr=8-1]Amazon.com: In Session: Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan: Music[/VIDEO]
I bought this for my dad about a year ago for his birthday, but never got a chance to listen to it myself. We threw it on while driving to see my mom's family over easter, and holy shit.
A lot of celebrity blues compilations I've heard have been pretty bad - in particular, Clapton and B.B. King's "Riding with the King" is positively sleep-inducing. This, however, is a whole different beast. The playing on both sides is spectacular - Vaughan starts off seemingly holding back a little in deference to the older King, and King meets him in the middle a little bit with a more agressive tone and phrasing than is really normal for him, and the results are just awesome - and the banter between songs is just too cool. Both men obviously have a lot of respect and fondness for each other, and little bits like King telling Vaughan that he's "...a pretty good guitar player," but that if he doesn't get complacent he'll be even better one day are just too cool for words.
Oh, and did I mention the playing positively smokes?