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Couldnt Stand The Weather - Steve Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble* - Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) (Vinyl)

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  1. Couldn't Stand the Weather is the second studio album by American blues rock band Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble. It was released on May 15, , by Epic Records as the follow-up to the band's critically and commercially successful album, Texas Flood. Recording sessions took place in January at the Power Station in New York City. Stevie Ray Vaughan wrote half the tracks on Couldn't Stand .
  2. Stevie Ray Vaughan's second album, Couldn't Stand the Weather, pretty much did everything a second album should do: it confirmed that the acclaimed debut was no fluke, while matching, if not bettering, the sales of its predecessor, thereby cementing Vaughan's status as a giant of modern blizasrapowealucbilicuagulboode.coinfo why does it feel like a letdown? Perhaps because it simply offers more of the same, all the Brand: Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble.
  3. May 15,  · Couldn't Stand the Weather, an Album by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble. Released on Epic (catalog no. FE ; Vinyl /5(46).
  4. Couldn't Stand the Weather Lyrics: Runnin' through this business of life / Raisin' sand if I'm needed to / Ain't so funny when things ain't feelin' right / Then daddy's hand helps to see me.
  5. Jul 01,  · Published on Jul 1, Couldn't Stand the Weather is the title track from the second studio album by American blues rock band Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble.
  6. Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble Couldn't Stand The Weather g 2LP Stevie Ray Vaughan. $ Couldn't Stand The Weather 3. The Things (That) I Used to do 4. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) 5. Cold Shot 6. Tin Pan Alley 7. Honey Bee 8. Stang's Swang 9. SRV Speaks Hide Away Look at Little Sister.
  7. Stevie Ray Vaughan's second album, Couldn't Stand the Weather, pretty much did everything a second album should do: it confirmed that the acclaimed debut was no fluke, while matching, if not bettering, the sales of its predecessor, thereby cementing Vaughan's status as a giant of modern blues. So why does it feel like a letdown? Perhaps because it simply offers more of the same, all the while.

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