Title: Texas Hurricane
Style: Blues Rock
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FLAC size: 1121 mb | MP3 size: 1814 mb | WMA size: 1743 mb
And then of course there was Stevie Ray Vaughan, who in 1983 under the aegis of legendary producer John Hammond forged from a pure blues format an enduring mainstream career. Born in 1954 in Dallas, Texas, Stevie, encouraged by his older brother Jimmie, at age 10 picked up a guitar and while still in junior high school gigged in teen groups around town. Quickly Vaughan and Double Trouble became big well beyond the blues world. The album was nominated for two Grammys®, one for Best Traditional Blues Recording and one for Best Rock Instrumental Performance for the scorcher Rude Mood. In May of 1984 the group released Couldn’t Stand the Weather, the album best known in the audiophile world, especially for the epic Tin Pan Alley (a/k/a The Roughest Place in Town )- a song recorded in a single take.
A1. –Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble. Words By, Music By – Stevie Ray Vaughan. A2. Pride And Joy. A3. Words By, Music By – Joe Scott, Larry Davis (4). 5:21. B1. Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble. Mary Had A Little Lamb. Words By, Music By – Buddy Guy. 2:46. C3. Words By, Music By – Doyle Bramhall, Stevie Ray Vaughan. D1. Texas Hurricane (Box, Comp, Ltd, Num, 200 + LP, Album + LP, Album +). Analogue Productions.
Stevie Ray Vaughan was an American blues rock guitarist, singer, and songwriter, and the frontman for the band Double Trouble. During his career he released four studio albums, one live album, and several singles. At the time of his death on August 27, 1990, Stevie Ray Vaughan left behind a large collection of recordings. Over the years, his record companies have continued to issue his music in various formats.
Stevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood (1983).
Stevie Ray Vaughan already had a decade of performing experience under his belt when he burst into the mass consciousness with his landmark 1983 debut Texas Flood. Recorded in a mere three days in Jackson Browne's private studio, Texas Flood became a surprise smash and established Vaughan as the preeminent guitar hero of the '80s. The album, which earned a pair of Grammy nominations, features the hit "Pride and Joy," along with such beloved Vaughan numbers as "Love Struck Baby," "Dirty Pool," and "Lenny. On his third album Soul to Soul, Stevie Ray expanded the Double Trouble lineup with the additions of keyboardist Reese Wynans and saxophonist Joe Sublett.
Stephen Ray Vaughan (October 3, 1954 – August 27, 1990) was an American musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer, and one of the most influential guitarists in the revival of blues in the 1980s. He is commonly referred to as one of the greatest guitar players of all time. Vaughan was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. He began playing guitar at the age of seven, inspired by his older brother Jimmie. He dropped out of high school in 1971 and moved to Austin the following year.
|A1||Love Struck Baby|
|A2||Pride and Joy|
|B2||Mary Had a Little Lamb|
|C1||Couldn't Stand the Weather|
|C3||Couldn't Stand the Weather|
|C4||The Things (That) I Used To Do|
|C4||Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)|
|D2||Roughest Place in Town (Tin Pan Alley)|
|E1||Soul to Soul|
|E3||Lookin' Out the Window|
|E4||Look at Little Sister|
|E5||Ain't Gone N' Give Up on Love|
|F2||You'll Be Mine|
|F4||Come on (Part III)|
|F5||Life Without You|
|G2||The House Is Rockin'|
|G5||Let Me Love You Baby|
|G6||Leave My Girl Alone|
|H2||Wall of Denial|
|H3||Scratch - N - Sniff|
|H4||Love Me Darlin'|
|I1||Sky Is Crying|
|I3||The Sky Is Crying|
|J1||May I Have a Talk with You|
|J2||Close to You|
|J3||Chitlins Con Carne|
|J5||Life By the Drop|
|K1||Hard to Be|
|K5||Hillbillie from Outerspace|
|L1||Long Way from Home|
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