Yahtzee
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Join date: Dec 2007
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#1
Has anyone else heard this album? Its pretty sick; its SRV and Double Trouble in one of their first performances, at some Texas club. It rocked.
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Join date: May 2007
393 IQ
#2
you should delete this thread and take it to the SRV thread man



I haven't though, sounds cool.
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thejester
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Join date: Jun 2003
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#3
ya i have this. nice to hear him early but i like his later stuff a little more, including production quality
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Yahtzee
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Join date: Dec 2007
339 IQ
#4
It's worth it just for the song Tin Pan Alley, which is INTENSE. You can find that one on youtube I think.
My Gear:

Guitars:
Epiphone Les Paul (Custom Alpine White)
Austin Sessionmaster
Martin D-15 Acoustic
Fender Jaguar (Reissue)
Antique 1968 Fender Precision Bass

Amps:
Crate Acoustic 15w
Hartke 25w
geluidsterroris
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Join date: Jul 2007
103 IQ
#5
Quote by Yahtzee
It's worth it just for the song Tin Pan Alley, which is INTENSE. You can find that one on youtube I think.


Isn't that song on "soul to soul" too? or on "couldn't stand the weather". I'm not sure