It was early in December 1983, Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan recorded a special blues session together live for television in Canada's Ontario.
SRV was merely 29 while King was a 60-year-old blues veteran. Watch their fantastic collaboration below.
Initially, Albert King refused to play with SRV as he didn't know who he was... until he realised he was The "little Stevie", the "skinny kid" that sat in during King's gig in Texas. The two had some great banter between each song... and played some great tunes including - Born Under a Bad Sign, Texas Flood, Don't You Lie to Me and Pride and Joy.