Rick Vito (ex Fleetwood Mac) – In Concert – Ohne Filter 2000 [2003, DVD]

Rick Vito (ex Fleetwood Mac) – In Concert – Ohne Filter 2000 [2003, DVD]

Rick Vito concert with his band The Lucky Devils in Germany, TV show Ohne Filter April 25, 2000. Rick Vito (born October 13, 1949 in Darby, Pennsylvania) is a guitarist and singer. He was a member of Fleetwood Mac from July 1987 to 1991 after Lindsey Buckingham left.

Rick Vito has also played with Jackson Browne, Little Richard, Roger McGuinn, Bobby Whitlock, Dobie Gray, John Mayall, John Fogerty, Delaney & Bonnie, Albert Collins, Dolly Parton, Matrix, Bonnie Raitt and others.
He took part in recording discs with Todd Rundgren, John Mayall, Roger McGuinn, Bob Seger, Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, Jackson Browne and many others.

1. Streamliner [3:40]
2. Wouldn't Lay My Guitar Down [3:44]
3. Voodoo Woman [3:34]
4. When the Big One Comes [4:03]
5. Feels Just Like Home [4:57]
6. Homework [3:58]
7. Carry It On Home to Rosie [5:27]
8. Long Black Car [5:52]
9. Another Woman [5:38]
10. Little Sheba [5:29]
11. Blues Town [6:11]
12. Trouble in Trying Times [4:36]

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Product Description. This performance from Ohne Filter was recorded on April 25th 2000. Few rock musicians have had such a turbulent career as Rick Vito. The American has added his distinctive slide guitar sounds to performances by Fleetwood Mac, Bob Seger and Jackson Brown.

Live concert performance from the versatile blues guitarist, who has worked with such luminaries as Fleetwood Mac and Bob Seger, recorded at the Ohne Filter Studios in Germany in 2000. Features classic tracks such as 'Voodoo Woman' and 'Feels Just Like Home'.

Nur wenige Rockmusiker blicken auf eine ähnlich turbulente Karriere zurück wie Rick Vito. Bei Fleetwood Mac, Bob Seger oder Jackson Browne setzte der Amerikaner mit seinem feurigen Slide-Gitarren-Sound Akzente. Rasant vergrößert sich Vitos Fangemeinde, seit er mit seiner Band Lucky Devils satten, ausgereiften Blues-Rock auf die Club-Bühnen ...