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Album: Texas Flood
# Song Title   Time
1)    Love Struck Baby More Info...
2)    Pride and Joy More Info...
3)    Texas Flood More Info...
4)    Tell Me More Info...
5)    Testify More Info...
6)    Rude Mood More Info...
7)    Mary Had a Little Lamb More Info...
8)    Dirty Pool More Info...
9)    I'm Cryin' More Info...
10)    Lenny More Info...
 

Album: Texas Flood
# Song Title   Time
1)    Love Struck Baby More Info...
2)    Pride and Joy More Info...
3)    Texas Flood More Info...
4)    Tell Me More Info...
5)    Testify More Info...
6)    Rude Mood More Info...
7)    Mary Had a Little Lamb More Info...
8)    Dirty Pool More Info...
9)    I'm Cryin' More Info...
10)    Lenny More Info...
 
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Performer Notes
  • This 1999 reissue contains five bonus tracks not on the original release.
  • Personnel: Stevie Ray Vaughan (vocals, guitar); Tommy Shannon (bass); Chris Layton (drums).
  • Producers: Richard Mullen, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Double Trouble.
  • Principally recorded at Down Town Studio, Los Angeles, California and Riverside Sound, Austin, Texas. Live tracks recorded at The Palace, Hollywood, California on September 23, 1983. Originally released on Epic (38734). Includes liner notes by Michael Ventura.
  • Quite possibly the only electric blues/rock guitarist to come near rivalling Jimi Hendrix, Vaughan, who, like Hendrix, died tragically, was so good he was ridiculous. He was lacking in really good material, and his own compositions were mainly guitar workouts, such as "Rude Mood," although he shows great feeling on the instrumental "Lenny." He is much more comfortable singing non-originals, and on this album he covers Buddy Guy's "Mary Had A Little Lamb" and Howlin Wolf's "Tell Me," but the listener is still waiting for the bit where the guitar solo comes in. Poor Double Trouble barely get a look in.
Professional Reviews
Entertainment Weekly (4/2/99, p.95) - "The late Texas guitarist was a fiercely distinctive blues-rock phenom whose sensitivity and imagination justified his rapid rise to prominence..."

Entertainment Weekly (4/2/99, p.95) - "The late Texas guitarist was a fiercely distinctive blues-rock phenom whose sensitivity and imagination justified his rapid rise to prominence..."
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