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Texas Flood

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Download links and information about Texas Flood by Stevie Ray Vaughan, Double Trouble. This album was released in 1983 and it belongs to Blues, Rock, Blues Rock genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 58:32 minutes.

Artist: Stevie Ray Vaughan, Double Trouble
Release date: 1983
Genre: Blues, Rock, Blues Rock
Tracks: 15
Duration: 58:32
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Love Struck Baby 2:21
2. Pride and Joy 3:39
3. Texas Flood 5:20
4. Tell Me 2:47
5. Testify 3:21
6. Rude Mood 4:39
7. Mary Had a Little Lamb 2:46
8. Dirty Pool 5:00
9. I'm Cryin' 3:43
10. Lenny 4:57
11. SRV Speaks 0:37
12. Tin Pan Alley (aka Roughest Place in Town) 7:37
13. Testify (Live) 3:54
14. Mary Had a Little Lamb (Live) 3:31
15. Wham! (Live) 4:20

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MTV wasn’t in the habit of programming roadhouse-steeped Texas guitarists in 1983 — with the exception of Stevie Ray Vaughan. Of course, it didn’t hurt that Vaughan had played the solos on David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance” and “China Girl.” Still, his own debut album, Texas Flood, was the sort of blues-rock rarely heard in mainstream circles in an era ruled by the likes of Styx and Journey. Backed by Double Trouble (bassist Tommy Shannon and drummer Chris Layton), he plowed through swift rockers such as “Love Struck Baby” and “Pride and Joy,” the countrified pickin’ showcase “Rude Mood” and the dramatic title cut with charismatic verve. Though he’d continue to broaden his stylistic palette, Vaughan already was capable of “Lenny,” a lyrical instrumental ode to his wife. Cut in three days, Texas Flood was the bedrock upon which an important career stood. This remastered edition contains five bonus tracks, including frantic live versions of “Testify” and Vaughan hero Lonnie Mack’s “Wham!” and a studio outtake of “Tin Pan Alley.”