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Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble: Texas Flood: 30th Anniversary Legacy Edition

Read "Texas Flood: 30th Anniversary Legacy Edition" reviewed by Doug Collette


Guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughn's ascendancy into the mainstream in 1983 via his debut album launched more than a blues revival. The release of Texas Flood, now available in a 2CD edition, signaled a paradigm shift where coexisting demographics (such as the MTV ephemera of the time) fought for audiences.As noted in the extremely informative, ...

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Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble: Couldn't Stand the Weather

Read "Couldn't Stand the Weather" reviewed by Jim Santella


Couldn't Stand the Weather is a great album which has been reissued before. But this time, there are considerable extras in the package that make it jump out and shout. Each of the two discs runs for nearly 80 minutes: disc one includes the original album and plenty of bonus tracks; while disc two contains a ...

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Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble: Couldn't Stand the Weather: Legacy Edition

Read "Couldn't Stand the Weather: Legacy Edition" reviewed by Doug Collette


The two-disc package of Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble's second studio Album, Couldn't Stand The Weather, adds to the legacy of this contemporary bluesman through a combination of studio outtakes and a complete concert recording. Disc one contains the original follow-up to Texas Flood (Epic, 1983), that effectively ignited a blues revival in ...


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