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Stevie Ray Vaughan — Couldn't Stand The Weather
Album: Couldn't Stand The Weather
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Released: 1984
Length: 4:36
Plays (last 30 days): 1
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 through.
Sweet as sugar, love won't wash away.
Rain or shine, it's always here to stay.
All these years you and I've spent together.
All this, we just couldn't stand the weather.

Like a train that stops at every station,
We all deal with trials and tribulations.
Fear hangs the fellow that ties up his years.
Entangled in yellow and cries all his tears.
Changes come before we can grow.
Learn to see them before we're too old.
Don't just take me for tryin' to be heavy.
Understand, it's time to get ready for the storm.
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 Typesbad wrote:
Getting to see this guy regularly was probably the best reason for living in Houston in the 70s and 80s.  Oh...and... meeting my wife, of course.  Yeah...uh, that was good too.  

 
Jealous.  About seeing SRV.
I saw SRV in 1989 Everett Civic Auditorium. 5000 seat venue, not a bad seat in the house. In Step tour before it had been released. Outstanding. That album has become one of the soundtracks of my life. I still have the concert Tee  (not for sale).
My favorite Stevie song!!!{#Bananajam}
Only 5 - Decent from me
Damn BillG you're KILLING it today with speaker blasters.  This after Born to be Wild really works out those midrange speakers.  Which is a good thing in my book.  Just remember we do need an aural break every once-in-a-while....speakers can handle WAY more than my poor ears.  And LLRP!!
Getting to see this guy regularly was probably the best reason for living in Houston in the 70s and 80s.  Oh...and... meeting my wife, of course.  Yeah...uh, that was good too.  

{#Bananajam}
Thanks Bill for thinking of us during Hurricane Harvey.
Everything is OK  here - just got to stay away from the Creeks and Bayous.
Very bad around them.
 
I never saw Jimi play live, but I did see Stevie jam twice, and I opine that he, like Jimi, FELT THE FLOW OF MUSIC, and expressed it.
Dude shoulda learned to better play them strings...

He shoulda also taken the bus.

I miss him. 
Best SRV song.. Saw 2 memorable shows in early 80's as well. Never saw a guitar player like that before..Still lights me up...{#Notworthy}
 LPCity wrote:

It was 1979 in Georgetown and Double Trouble was opening for local DC legends The Nighthawks.  They were a top flight blues band that played all over the Maryland DC area back then.  This was well before Stevie Ray became famous but all you had to do was catch one of his performances to know he was something special.

Saw the Nighthawks in 1984 and the opening act was the Robert Cray Band, right before he blew up and Smoking Gun was all over the radio. 

 
I was living and working in the D.C. area at that time ('80s), we were probably at a lot of the same shows. Saw Cray a couple of times, Stevie Ray a couple, Jeff, Beck, Robert Gordon (with Chris Spedding), NRBQ (attended a cookout with them), The Neville Brothers, Richard Thompson, Los Lobos, The Ramones, The Blasters, John Hiatt, John Doe, R.E.M., Jean-Luc Ponty, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pat Metheny, Peter Gabriel, King Crimson, Todd Rundgren's Utopia, The Monkees - lots of great venues; The 9:30 Club, The Bayou, The Roxy, The Warner Theatre, Merriweather Post Pavilion, The Cap Center, Filene Center at Wolf Trap, The Patriot Center-GMU, Lisner Auditorium-GWU...
 DaMoGan wrote:

He was an absolute master.  He got the monkey off his back as well, which is impressive in its own right.  If only he wasn't on that helicopter...
 
Absolutely agree... such a waste of a great musician and a human.
 treatment_bound wrote:


WHO WAS HE OPENING FOR AT THAT SHOW?

 
It was 1979 in Georgetown and Double Trouble was opening for local DC legends The Nighthawks.  They were a top flight blues band that played all over the Maryland DC area back then.  This was well before Stevie Ray became famous but all you had to do was catch one of his performances to know he was something special.

Saw the Nighthawks in 1984 and the opening act was the Robert Cray Band, right before he blew up and Smoking Gun was all over the radio. 
 LPCity wrote:

So Glad that I got to see him way back in the day, as the opening act no less!

Never heard of him before I saw him.  Certainly knew he was after he played.



 

WHO WAS HE OPENING FOR AT THAT SHOW?
Thought I had a buffering problem at first! {#Bananajam}

So Glad that I got to see him way back in the day, as the opening act no less!

Never heard of him before I saw him.  Certainly knew he was after he played.


 Troutnskibum wrote:
Is there better guitar music ANYWHERE?? I think not....

 
He was an absolute master.  He got the monkey off his back as well, which is impressive in its own right.  If only he wasn't on that helicopter...



Thank you Lord for giving us even for so short time this AMAZING guy.
 he fought drugs and won
he fought the booze and won but still God called him for a heavenly concert.

Not forgiven All Right 
 johnjconn wrote:
  V-bro wrote:
As we say in the Netherlands: DIT SWINGT ECHT DE PAN UIT!!!!

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Is there better guitar music ANYWHERE?? I think not....
MIssed but never forgotten...straight to the heart.
 
Oh yeah.................
Ah, brings back the old days. Thanks Bill.
 V-bro wrote:
As we say in the Netherlands: DIT SWINGT ECHT DE PAN UIT!!!!

{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Bananajam}{#Dancingbanana}{#Bananajam}{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Dancingbanana}
 

Couldn't understand a darn thing, but yes I'll agree to the mood of the dancing bananas!!!
As we say in the Netherlands: DIT SWINGT ECHT DE PAN UIT!!!!

{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Bananajam}{#Dancingbanana}{#Bananajam}{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Dancingbanana}
 SmileOnADog wrote:
Can you just picture him and EC jamming in the last slot at a Crossroads festival?  Then Duane Allman comes onstage for the final encore jam, maybe a balls-out "Layla".  Oh well, it's a nice fantasy.  RIP gents.
  OH, geez - Stevie and Duane... and I love that fantasy. Someone really good at doing mashups could maybe put Duane, Stevie,  and a couple other gone-too-soon guitarists together, throw in some Clarence Clemons (dammit), and a touch of Nick Drake - okay. The gauntlet has been thrown down.

Bring it on. 


{#Notworthy}
Can you just picture him and EC jamming in the last slot at a Crossroads festival?  Then Duane Allman comes onstage for the final encore jam, maybe a balls-out "Layla".  Oh well, it's a nice fantasy.  RIP gents.
truly fitting right now.... freaking snowing midway through April!
Really awsome tune!
{#Bananajam} I just love watching the video of this song, seeing Stevie ripping it up in a torrential downpour, AWSOME!{#Bananajam}
Did he make a bad recording?  I haven't heard it yet. 

Somewhere, Jimi is smilin'.

 audiophelia wrote:
Eleven. Pure and Simple.

I miss Stevie Soooooo Much! :'( 
 
Me, too.  He left us a LOT of wonderful music, though - it will stand the test of time, and I know he'd be glad for that.

The Boy is a blues Legend! i love it when he slides up and down the neck of his guitar. and his voice, yep he was all man.  No confusion about his sexuality. He was amazing, and had more gifts than most.  He did not talk or say much, just music, and those deep vocals.  Miss this boy much.  Wow! Makes my blood boil now.  Hi Stevie, thanks for dropping by.
Eleven. Pure and Simple.

I miss Stevie Soooooo Much! :'( 
 Cynaera wrote:
I saw a documentary on SRV on PBS - .......................
 

Totally agree with you, it's all emotion and raw feeling if you see him play, the man and his guitar are one all the way...
This song, i hadn't heard it before, but wow, what a groove!! {#Bananajam}

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 Cynaera wrote:
I saw a documentary on SRV on PBS - him and his guitar, and all I could do was stare at his hands, and how it was like the guitar was a part of his body - extra fingers, maybe... He didn't have to look at the frets, didn't have to hesitate, didn't even seem to be aware of where he was. He just played astonishing music. I learned later that he actually slept with his guitar beside him - it was that meaningful to him... Much like B.B. King and his "Lucille."  I haven't seen very many guitarists who have that whole-souled connection with their music - most of them are showmen who are good at their craft, but are of divided mind regarding it.  Vaughan never cared about money, fame, adoration - all he wanted was to play music and get it out there to the people.  George Harrison was that way, too.

Anyone who slags SRV for being style with no substance should, if they care enough to even revisit their comments, do a little background checking on SRV, maybe watch that PBS documentary... This man had more heart and soul than most of the guitarists today who pose, posture, and go for the histrionics and Townshend-windmill gestures.

I have a feeling I'ma get flamed for this.... ducking and running...

 
No flaming from me, Cynaera - nice post {#Clap}. I f*ckin' love this sort of driving blues rock, and love the singer's brassy voice. 8 from the toe-tappin' Nottingham jury.

I saw a documentary on SRV on PBS - him and his guitar, and all I could do was stare at his hands, and how it was like the guitar was a part of his body - extra fingers, maybe... He didn't have to look at the frets, didn't have to hesitate, didn't even seem to be aware of where he was. He just played astonishing music. I learned later that he actually slept with his guitar beside him - it was that meaningful to him... Much like B.B. King and his "Lucille."  I haven't seen very many guitarists who have that whole-souled connection with their music - most of them are showmen who are good at their craft, but are of divided mind regarding it.  Vaughan never cared about money, fame, adoration - all he wanted was to play music and get it out there to the people.  George Harrison was that way, too.

Anyone who slags SRV for being style with no substance should, if they care enough to even revisit their comments, do a little background checking on SRV, maybe watch that PBS documentary... This man had more heart and soul than most of the guitarists today who pose, posture, and go for the histrionics and Townshend-windmill gestures.

I have a feeling I'ma get flamed for this.... ducking and running...

{#Cowboy}{#Cowboy}{#Nyah}
 a_genuine_find wrote:
Stevie Ray Vaughan - Couldn't Stand The Weather
Soundgarden - Fell On Black Days


 

exactly. what a good morning playlist.
https://www.youtube.com/redirect?username=gabriel94170&q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DjqVXZlTOe9M&video_id=tWLw7nozO_U&event=url_redirect&url_redirect=True&usg=lkDX8ohzlmyThXKMzTnlGgJyC5M=

suck on that
if you dont like stevie then lay off of his music, nobody ever said you had to listen to him, but damn it you have to respect the man. How can you judge his way of playing? can you pick up a guitar and play it better? or no wait you are probably claptin fans and you realize clapton will never have half the potential that stevie had in his pinkie? suck it up and get over it.
What a loss - there was and will never be any substitute - I lived in Chicago at the time the Chopper went down at Alpine Valley - felt like a death in the family.
 esotericderek wrote:

Amen. All technicality, no heart.

But try getting the rest of the world to see that.

 

 It would appear you missed:

A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan (1996)

Starring: Jimmie Vaughan, B.B. King

The following was a review of the documentary : "The greatest blues players alive today, pay tribute to the man who may be the greatest blues player ever. The full song clips of BB King, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, Robert Cray are enought to stir the soul and Art Neville's song "Six Strings Down" is on target for the long lost genius of Vaughan. The *interviews are placed in the wrong places but are still good material. The true highlights are the clips of Stevie Ray doing what he did best - playing the blues in another world."
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     Each interview had the highest of accolades for a musician who touched the heart and soul of ALMOST everyone who was lucky enough to see him play live, or to share the stage with Stevie. Your opinion borders blasphemy, you will find little support anywhere,and Vaughan played to an international crowd of admirers. While you may be tongue-in-cheek, if you take the time to watch Vaughan tapes/CD's, you will note that when live in concert, he never played his work the same way twice, as he was constantly changing, innovating, truly a personal touch. His music is a combination of talent, genius, and a gift of "creativity." SRV was the real deal, one of a kind, and history is in the process of reflecting it.
He has been deeply missed.  RIP SRV.
 esotericderek wrote:

Amen. All technicality, no heart. But try getting the rest of the world to see that.

 
By the rest of the world, you mean folks like the late Albert King who was quite a fan of SRVs and known to play a little blues himself?  I think I'll take his opinion, thanks.

Never got to see SRV, but the live recordings from the El Macombo(sp?) or Austin City Limits are fantastic.  Such amazing technical ability combined with tremendious soul and passion.  It's rare to see people play who are so obviously and deeply into it.  I didn't truely get Stevie unitl I picked up a guitar myself, and if I am ever able to play even half as well I'll die a happy man.

 esweazey73 wrote:
I bet you guys are gonna think I'm crazy — but I bet I'm the only Austinite that doesn't like SRV. We have a great statue of him on our downtown hike and bike trail.
Google SRV Statue Austin — images — there are great photos of the statue!
  Or there is this



 jameyp wrote:
wow, I can't BELIEVE all the SRV haters on here!  ridiculous— this is a 10 people!!

{#Motor}
 

I can't believe it either. I know not everyone is wild about him, but jeez. You couldn't have found a guy who loved playing more. He literally grew up in Austin bars learning from the legends.He learned some great licks from them too, while adding buckets of his own. Still, I never thought he lacked soul- oozed it rather. Saw him enough times to know he did not play by rote, thats for sure. One of the best guitar players ever, and a great composer as well. Ran in the family, actually. His brother Jimmy is great, too, just a little less inventive.
Saw an interview with Eric Clapton talking about Stevie. They were playing together and EC had one of his road guitars and Stevie had brought his "Baby" with him. EC wasn't happy with the way his ax was playing so Stevie offered to switch. Well, Stevie made it sing and EC gave him the guitar. High praise from the guitar god.
wow, I can't BELIEVE all the SRV haters on here!  ridiculous— this is a 10 people!!

{#Motor}
Not the biggest SRV fan, but I always loved the clean sound of this recording. The video was pretty cool too - with the rain falling on the band...
{#Notworthy}

I bet you guys are gonna think I'm crazy — but I bet I'm the only Austinite that doesn't like SRV. We have a great statue of him on our downtown hike and bike trail.
Google SRV Statue Austin — images — there are great photos of the statue!
What a loss!
 drtjdel wrote:


Yep. Everyone's out of step except you.
 
And me as it happens


 esotericderek wrote:

Amen. All technicality, no heart.

But try getting the rest of the world to see that.

 

Yep. Everyone's out of step except you.
 esotericderek wrote:

Amen. All technicality, no heart.

But try getting the rest of the world to see that.

 
+1
Whenever I hear this, I am reminded that there was once really good music around....not the commercial Hip Hop sex you up shit you hear on the radio today. :notworthy:
cc_rider wrote:
Great story. I'm betting Mr. Hubbard's song 'Rock and Roll is a Vicious Game' is based partly on SRV's life. Unfortunately his story is hardly unusual. c.
If you know anything about Ray, you know he's anything but usual. A true Texas troubadour, of the highest order. An just as humble as a field hand, to boot.
esotericderek wrote:
Amen. All technicality, no heart. But try getting the rest of the world to see that.
If you had ever seen him play up close and personal you wouldn't be able to say that.
drews wrote:
SRV makes a loud of noise, but leaves me cold; he's not the blues, nor does he play exciting rock guitar
While this is your opinion and you're entitled to it, it really is a lot of noise. SRV was a genius, he could rock and roll with the best of them, his guitar work is nothing short of magical. If he leaves you cold maybe you should get out of the weather and sit by a warm fire. :naughty:
james_of_tucson wrote:
Ray Wylie Hubbard's parents lived up the hill from me, they on Canterbury Court and we on Edgefield Avenue in Oak Cliff. Stevie Ray Vaughan spent whole summers in their backyard and pool. I saw him all the time. More than ten years after that, I discovered that he had become locally famous in Austin. Thought that was alright. Lots of AA and NA folks in Dallas, Denton, and Austin have talked about Stevie plugging into their groups. Just a regular guy who tried to clean up his act, which he did, before he died.
Great story. I'm betting Mr. Hubbard's song 'Rock and Roll is a Vicious Game' is based partly on SRV's life. Unfortunately his story is hardly unusual. c.
:bananajam: :drummer: :guitarist:
drews wrote:
SRV makes a loud of noise, but leaves me cold; he's not the blues, nor does he play exciting rock guitar
Amen. All technicality, no heart. But try getting the rest of the world to see that.
drews wrote:
SRV makes a loud of noise, but leaves me cold; he's not the blues, nor does he play exciting rock guitar
whateva...
SRV makes a loud of noise, but leaves me cold; he's not the blues, nor does he play exciting rock guitar
thewiseking wrote:
never all that knocked out by this guy. a decent whiteboy blues guitarist but nowhere in the league of a Johnny Winter or even Roy Buchanan, and so much hype..............even still.
:notworthy::notworthy: couldn't agree more about Roy :notworthy::notworthy:
ch83575 wrote:
SRV always strikes me as having more technical skill than soul. Every once in a while he can make a pretty moving song, but with chops like his it should be every song. This song does nothing for me. I know a lot of the old bluesmen liked him, and I don't know about what Sonny & Brownie thought of him, but I always felt SRV was "another white boy lost in the blues."
This was exactly my take on SRV - until I saw him live about 4 months before his death. He played with more emotion and soul - I believe that he was actively working to achieve that as a player. RIP SRV
Stefen wrote:
For a long while, before I knew the true name of this song, I thought the line was: "No woman no pride." It still would make a pretty good line.
I spent a week trying to figure out the lyrics to this song for a friend's band who wanted to cover it. Love the song, love Stevie, but this might actually top 'Bennie & The Jets' for most mush-mouthed lyrics in a rock song.
Stevie Ray Vaughan - Couldn't Stand The Weather Soundgarden - Fell On Black Days :dancingbanana_2:
never all that knocked out by this guy. a decent whiteboy blues guitarist but nowhere in the league of a Johnny Winter or even Roy Buchanan, and so much hype..............even still.
A good song in itself, but MAJOR letdown from Soundgarden. :confused:
If any of these whiners had seen Stevie live perhaps they would still be trying to pick up their dropped jaws.
Shoulda played this all weekend here in Atlanta... Kansas.
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Saweeeet!
Always awesome. RIP SRV
I'm really happy to have seen Stevie Ray perform at least one time and fortunately it was this album he was touring at the time. Never forget that evening! :notworthy:
UNLIKE the last time Texas Flood was played and it really was flooding here in Austin, today's Couldn't Stand The Weather sees perfect mid 70's weather this morning. Thanks for this regular dose of Stevie and now BB a couple of songs later, excellent.
Thanks, Bill. 'nuff said.
Gryn wrote:
No. No, really.. No. Stevie never really did anything for me. Time to change the channel.
That is a shame. Guess that makes more for us then!
ch83575 wrote:
...I always felt SRV was "another white boy lost in the blues."
Is it possible that you're another ______ boy missing the blues?
ch83575 wrote:
SRV always strikes me as having more technical skill than soul. Every once in a while he can make a pretty moving song, but with chops like his it should be every song. This song does nothing for me. I know a lot of the old bluesmen liked him, and I don't know about what Sonny & Brownie thought of him, but I always felt SRV was "another white boy lost in the blues."
I understand completely; however, I can only assume you never saw him live. Unfortunately, neither have I, but I have seen a concert DVD or two of his, and you can really feel the soul once you seen him play. I suggest you check one out.
Gryn wrote:
No. No, really.. No. Stevie never really did anything for me. Time to change the channel.
Wah? :eh: This is freaking brilliant.
No. No, really.. No. Stevie never really did anything for me. Time to change the channel.
For a long while, before I knew the true name of this song, I thought the line was: "No woman no pride." It still would make a pretty good line.
SRV always strikes me as having more technical skill than soul. Every once in a while he can make a pretty moving song, but with chops like his it should be every song. This song does nothing for me. I know a lot of the old bluesmen liked him, and I don't know about what Sonny & Brownie thought of him, but I always felt SRV was "another white boy lost in the blues."
SEXXXY GEETAR RIFFS...the man had a gift for them :yes:
jpfueler wrote:
The Upside is we don't often get a July with no triple digit temps. S'posed to be "only" 90 today.
Too bad it hasnt staid that way through August, 104 yikes!
FeydBaron wrote:
"Texas Flood" and "Couldn't Stand the Weather"... I'm sure most the people in Lone Star state can agree with SRV's sentiments on both right about now. Good song to hear today. Or anyday now that I think about it...
The Upside is we don't often get a July with no triple digit temps. S'posed to be "only" 90 today.
"Texas Flood" and "Couldn't Stand the Weather"... I'm sure most the people in Lone Star state can agree with SRV's sentiments on both right about now. Good song to hear today. Or anyday now that I think about it...
oufason wrote:
I was working for a promoter out of Phx in the early 80's and the talent buyer wanted to see Stevie when he first hit so we put him on as the opening act for the Moody Blues. You should have seen the look on all those old stoners faces as Stevie ripped through his set. They didnt know what hit them. Stevie was great. Of course as a package it didnt work, but hey tickets were only $12 back then
My first SRV show was SRV + Moody Blues at the Philadelphia Spectrum. A bit of a mismatch in terms of style, but I love both bands, so what the heck? At that point Stevie's music was getting some air play, and I think half the crowd was there to see Stevie Ray. He totally blew everyone away... you almost wanted to walk out when he was done, just so you wouldn't spoil the feeling. But the Moody Blues were one heck of a live band, and always put on a great show... so it was worth staying. Still... SRV is second to no one.
h_in_bristol wrote:
More SRV please !
I concur!
driver8 wrote:
Perfect. Period.
What he said. Saw a recent video in which Double Trouble was interviewed in an add-on feature segment. They never had a set list; Stevie would just roll right into the next number and the guys would have to just "know" what was happening. Talk 'bout spontaneity! Reminded me of poor Ringo watching the other guys' bums during the DC show ('64) to know where they were.
:bananajam: :bananajumprope: :drummer: :bananajumprope: :bananasplit: :bananasplit: :fire:
More SRV please !
Stevie Ray tingles my spine
Magnus wrote:
I don't think Stevie Ray ever set out to "tickle anyone's fancy"
Nah, just tickled the hell outta that ol' ax. :guitarist: :cheesygrin:
magic!
I don't think Stevie Ray ever set out to "tickle anyone's fancy" musikalia wrote:
I must admit Stevie Ray Vaughan is really talented. But sorry, it just doesn't tickle my fancy. Wish we'd hear a wee bit less of him on RP.
Throwin' serious faces right now :guitarist:
radiojunkie wrote:
So Stevie's long gone, and Huey is still hawking "greatest hits" albums on TV. Don't try to tell me there's a God.
Sure there's a God and he wants only the best for his soundstage. Some people cheat or outwit death time ang time again. Other people I suspect God isnt in a rush to get.
I must admit Stevie Ray Vaughan is really talented. But sorry, it just doesn't tickle my fancy. Wish we'd hear a wee bit less of him on RP.
Perfect. Period.
I am not afraid to admit it: I just air-guitared. Sorry, Stevie.
greg6494 wrote:
Perfect for a *insert weather condition* day in *insert city*
Perfect for a apocalypticly cold day in Atlanta.
earthbased wrote:
This is the tune that introduced me to Stevie. Sadly he died at Alpine Valley, WI in a helicopter accident after the show in which he blew Clapton off the stage.
All the people who say Clapton is god probably saw that coming.
voodoodaddy wrote:
Saw SRV way back in the early 80's, opening for....wait for it.... Huey Lewis and the News :puke: as my girlfriend was a big fan of the "News" at that time. Needless to say, she dragged me out after Double Trouble scorched the stage, telling me that there was no way Huey could even stand on the same stage as Stevie
I was working for a promoter out of Phx in the early 80's and the talent buyer wanted to see Stevie when he first hit so we put him on as the opening act for the Moody Blues. You should have seen the look on all those old stoners faces as Stevie ripped through his set. They didnt know what hit them. Stevie was great. Of course as a package it didnt work, but hey tickets were only $12 back then
greg6494 wrote:
Perfect for a *insert weather condition* day in *insert city*
:lol:
:music: :jump: :bananajam:
Perfect for a *insert weather condition* day in *insert city*
Perfect for any day, anywhere.
Perfect for a snowy day in BC.
Perfect for a rainy day in Tejas
Outstanding.
Love SRV but agree that there are much better tracks...how about Life By the Drop or Lenny? Still has such great tone, though....can't disrespect even the over-played tunes.
Absolutely the most brilliant guitarist Ive ever seen-get his concert DVD's and drop your jaw to the floor! :sunny:
I could never ever stand his music, extremely talented he may be. Sorry.
Steveie Ray, Still my hero forever and ever....
Gryn wrote:
Ugh. I lived in Texas for 22 years.. and I still don't like this kind of music.
well I'm a texan transplant who's been living in NYC for 10 years, and it really makes me happy to hear some SRV! Ya sure don't get any on the local stations around here. THANKS BILL!