Official "In Session" Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan Guitar Tab

Posted by Michael Mueller on May 14, 2014 at 1:40 PM

Truly a "King" of the blues, Albert King was a fierce guitarist, whose sinewy lines deeply inspired scores of blues guitarists, most notably among them, Stevie Ray Vaughan. On December 6, 1983, King and Vaughan recorded In Session for Canadian Television. The event was released as an album in August 1999, and then later on DVD in September 2010.

We've just posted the official note-for-note guitar tab for all seven tracks on the album: "Call It Stormy Monday," "Pride and Joy," "Ask Me No Questions," "Blues at Sunrise," "Overall Junction," "Match Box Blues," and "Don't Lie to Me."

In Session guitar tab
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Albert King tuned his guitar to B–E–B–E–G#–C# (low to high), so to cop his lead lines in these tabs, simply move the tab numbers down three frets (top three strings only).

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