#1
ive heard people talking about this guy here on ug and a bunch of my friends are into him.


ive decided ill take a listen

can anyone suggest a really good song by Stevie Ray Vaughn?
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#4
Texas Flood ftw.
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#7
Riviera Paradise shows his jazzy side
Lenny
Voodoo Chile.........and the list goes on. The video put up by Johnsonville doesn't begin to do him justice, but it gives you a taste.
#10
Pride and Joy + Mary Had a Little Lamb are his trademarks

Texas Flood is a classic

Testify, Rude Mood (fast as hell), Scuttle buttin, and Couldnt Stand the Weather are all great ones too

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#11
My Favorite is Tin Pan Alley by Stevie Ray Vaughan
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#12
Yup Tin Pan Alley is great, also I like Cold Shot and Couldn't Stand the Weather.
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#13
For those of you that like Tin Pan Alley, listen to Tin Pan Alley live at Montreux (sp?) in '85 with Johnny Copeland.
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#14
Yea that one got me into it, I have the dvd of it.
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For those of you that like Tin Pan Alley, listen to Tin Pan Alley live at Montreux (sp?) in '85 with Johnny Copeland.


That is the best version of Tin Pan Alley ever, man. I love the version of VooDoo Child that he did there too, he threw in the chorus of Power of Soul with it too. Awesome album and DVD.

I bought Texas Flood as my first SRV CD after hearing Pride and Joy on the radio. The whole album is great.

SONG LIST:

Pretty much everything he ever recorded. He's just awesome. Listeing to his music will almost make you forget he's been dead for nearly 16 years.
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#17
Lenny's probably one of the best songs ever.
Texas flood
Pride and Joy
Little Wing
Rude Mood ( 12 sting one is awesome if you can get it)
#18
His Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble I think is one of the most comprehensive collections of any artist ever.

Scuttle Buttin', Rude Mood, Pride And Joy, Crossfire, etc.
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#19
Have a listen to:-
Texas Flood
Little Wing
Scuttle Buttin'
Couldn't Stand the Weather
Lenny
Testify (the twelve string acoustic one is good, one YouTube)
Life by the Drop
And Mary had a Little Lamb
You'll Never Walk Alone
#20
cold shot is awesome
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#21
Scuttle Buttin'
Coudn't Stand the Weather
Testify
Rudemood
Stangs Swang --->(jazzier song)
Honey Bee
Pride and Joy
Lovestruck
Texas Flood
Collins Shuffle (also Iced Over)


damn, i have to stop here or ill write every one of his damn songs down! theyre all great! just pick up a cd or two from target, and youll be hooked for life!
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#23
say what, superstition, mary had a little lamb, texas flood (live at the el mocambo), pride and joy, dirty pool, honey bee, scuttle buttin, voodoo child, little wing, wham those are all really good ones
#24
Texas flood
pride and joy
Scuttle buttin
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#25
Tin Pan Alley, Texas Flood.
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#26
the whole texas flood album,
and may the blues be with you
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#27
like someone said earlier. just go to youtune.com and type in Stevie Ray Vaughan in the search bar, then watch some of his videos.

by the way, a good thing to know is that jis last name is spelled Vaughan. commonly mistaken as Vaughn.
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