#1
I got a SRV Cd that was "unreleased." Apparently its from 1978, making him (i believe) 24 when he recorded this. Its not excellent quality, but its different from what im used to hearing him sound like. It also, strangly enough has a woman on it singing in a few songs, and after a few minutes its obvious why she was cut. Anyone know anything else about this cd?
Originally posted by Angelcide
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#2
Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
featuring Miss Lou Ann Barton
"In 1978 There Was..."
SRV's lost first album

1-You Can Have My Husband (Lou Ann vocal)
2-Rude Mood
3-Pride And Joy (Stevie vocal)
4-Oh, Yeah (Lou Ann vocal)
5-Love Struck Baby (Stevie vocal)
6-Ti-Ni-Nee-Ni-Nu ("Tina Nina Nu", Lou Ann vocal)
7-Gonna Miss Me ("Empty Arms", Stevie vocal)
8-I Wonder Why ("Will My Man Be Home Tonight?" > Lou Ann vocal, Stevie slide guitar)
9-I'm Crying ("I'm Crying", Stevie vocal)
10-Sugar Coated Loving ("Sugar Coated Love", Lou Ann vocal)
11-Natural Born Lover
12-Ti-Ni-Nee-Ni-Nu ("Tina Nina Nu")
13-Scratch My Back
14-I'll Change
15-Shake A Hand, Shake A Hand
16-Oh Baby
17-Sugar Coated Love
18-Love In Vain
19-You Can Have My Husband (starts off with "So Excited")
20-My Baby's Gone ("Oh Yeah")

Tracks 1-10: Studio Recordings
Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee at Jack Clemont's Belmont Studio, early 1978
Stevie Ray Vaughn: Vocals and Guitar
Jack Newhouse: Bass
Chris Layton: Drums
Lou Ann Barton: Vocals

Produced by: Joe Gracy

Tracks 11-17: Austin Blues Festival, 1979

Tracks 18-20: Piona's, October 1979

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"The Legendary Lost First Stevie Ray Vaughn Album"

"The one and only surviving test pressing was recently discovered
in a cupboard in South Austin, Texas where it had lain for the
last 19 years, all other recordings of the project have been
destroyed after alleged contractual disputes arose. These
recording, notable for their raw energy and rare slide guitar
work are essential for all true collectors. Also featuring four
early arrangements of songs that later appeared on the Texas
Flood album.

Due to the brevity of the Nashville '78 session the producers
have added a live soundboard recording featuring Lou Ann
Barton and three tracks featuring Johnni Reno on saxophone."


Notes: The above paragraph is the supposed story behind this
recording as told on the cd inlay. The real story is
that the band didn't like the way the album turned out
and paid a large sum of money to keep it from being
released. As you would expect, someone got their hands
on a copy and bootlegged it.
#4
i found one online from russia, called "stevie ray vaughan and double trouble: rare and unissed tracks vol.1"
i definately have to get this, because most of the songs were never recorded on albums, only on dvds of concerts. they even have a song from when he was with the cobras

Limited Edition.
Tracks are:
Paul Ray & The Cobras (featuring Stevie Ray Vaughan)
1. Thunderbird
Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble
2. I?m Cryin?
3. You?re Gonna Miss Me Baby
4. They Call Me Guitar Hurricane (live)
5. All Your Love I Miss Loving (live)
6. Come On (Pt.III)
7. Letter To My Girlfriend
8. Lenny
9. Don?t Lose Your Cool (live)
10. Crosscut Saw (live)
11. Manic Depression (live)
12. TExas Flood (live)
13. Collins? Shuffle (live)
14. Pride And Joy
15. Love Struck Baby (live)
16. Hug You, Squeeze You (live)
Johnny Copeland (with Stevie Ray Vaughan)
17. Don?t Stop By The Creek, Son
Albert King (with Stevie Ray Vaughan)
18. Ask Me No Questions
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#5
yeah, is there a place where i could get that album you have? did you buy it online?
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#6
Pride_And_Joy I have the songs you listed, they were on that SRV box set.

But as far as the other album I really want that now.

Don't want to be an actor pretending on the stage
Don't want to be a writer with my thoughts out on the page
Don't want to be a painter 'cause everyone comes to look
Don't want to be anything where my life's an open book

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#7
Yea they talk about the women singer in the Live at Montreux dvd, on the commentary. She had them play at her party for her record release, and someone invited them to Montreux.
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#8
Pride_And_Joy: I like ur avatar
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he asked you to build cities without bricks
#9
I didnt buy it anywhere, my guitar teacher gave it to me. Im not sure where to get, thanks for the reply's though.
Originally posted by Angelcide
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#10
Go to SRVrocks.com


They have MP3's of him up from 78, he played a gig and did about 25 songs of just pure magic.
Love in technicolour, sprayed out on walls
Well I've been pounding at the pavement
'Til there's nothing at all
I got my cloak and dagger
In a bar room brawl
See the local loves a fighter
Loves a winner to fall
#11
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Pride_And_Joy: I like ur avatar

ha ha thanks

youres is brighter than mine lol
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#12
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Yea they talk about the women singer in the Live at Montreux dvd, on the commentary. She had them play at her party for her record release, and someone invited them to Montreux.

yeah, n' then david bowie an' jackson browne wanted to talk to em after the show. then a little later, SRV was playin on 'lets dance'.

ps. those **** heads that booed em at montreax need to be slapped across the face with a spiked billy club.
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#13
I like the random hippies in the background just groovin'.
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#14
^^^That's great. I didnt know if they were dancing or having seizures.
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#15
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^^^That's great. I didnt know if they were dancing or having seizures.


yeah

Theres one dude doing some sort of circular headbanging sort of thing. :-P

Great dvd.

I need to look into this lost album
#16
none of them were breathing air it was all pot smoke! it looked like the set of a cheech and chong movie lol
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