Best-known because the past due Stevie Ray Vaughan’s rock-solid rhythm section, Dual Trouble actually began life like a band of equals in 1978, the entire year vocalist Lou Ann Barton remaining a blues group called Triple Threat where Vaughan was the guitarist. Associated with bassist Jackie Newhouse and drummer Chris “Whipper” Layton, Vaughan required over vocal responsibilities and the music group renamed itself Two times Problems after an Otis Hurry track. Bassist Tommy Shannon, who discovered the blues providing an apprenticeship with Johnny Winter season, joined the clothing in 1980, and he and Layton would accompany Vaughan through the entire guitarist’s meteoric profession, from his 1983 debut recording Texas Overflow to his tragic loss of life in 1990. Shannon and Layton regrouped within a blues-rock supergroup known as the Arc Angels, who released a self-titled recording in 1992; consequently, the duo became an in-demand program team, backing performers like W.C. Clark, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and Doyle Bramhall, amongst others. Shannon and Layton also documented using the Austin-based blues collective Storyville through the ’90s. For his or her first recording as Double Problems, the duo recruited a bevy of visitor stars to take care of vocals and acoustic guitar, including Bramhall, Lou Ann Barton, longtime Vaughan keyboardist Reese Wynans, Jonny Lang, Willie Nelson, Dr. John, and Jimmie Vaughan. The effect, Been quite a while, premiered in early 2001 within the Tone-Cool label.