Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Blues, Pop, R&B, Rock
Linda Laws started performing Las Vegas Groove for club and casino audiences in Las Vegas. It became an instant sensation, not only in the casinos but also on local radio, which spread to numerous markets in the West and M... more »
Linda Laws started performing Las Vegas Groove for club and casino audiences in Las Vegas. It became an instant sensation, not only in the casinos but also on local radio, which spread to numerous markets in the West and Mid West and as far away as Chicago and Florida. With the cooperation of the casinos, Linda is building a fan base as she continues to perform and make what was a local sensation into a national hit. The combination of catchy song, new dance and Las Vegas pizzazz has already created a buzz that is spreading. From this calculated effort to break into the steppers dance market, Linda Laws has already spread the word about her talent and strong soul groove.
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Guy S. from FOWLERVILLE, MI
Reviewed on 10/21/2009...
With the Original lineup featuring Kim Wilson and Jimmie Vaughan (Stevie Ray's brother)this set is from the Fabulous Thunderbird's golden era. The Thunderbirds throw down a rockin' blues flavor with dash of Tex-Mex and blues harmonica to spice up the mix.
All in all a very enjoyable serving of musical selections. Dig in.
Title says it all
David C. Moore | Pasadena, CA United States | 02/14/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"For my money, the best T-Birds album hands down. One of my all-time fave road CDs too. Buy it!"
My introduction to the 'birds...
tgfabthunderbird | York, PA United States | 10/15/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This was my first Fabulous Thunderbirds record, which I bought in 85...I'd seen the 'birds and Stevie Ray Vaughan on an Austin City Limits show, and while I love SRV, the 'birds got me.
"Butt Rockin'" is one of the early, pre "Tuff Enuff" releases, and this one catches them at their best. Texas blues-rock, upbeat, and the band locked in beautifully.
Kim Wilson is a great harpist, but his voice handles the old stuff as well as the originals well. Jimmie Vaughan, well, what can you say...he put the guitar back in the band, keeping a strong rhythm and laying down some nice lead stuff when needed.
"I Believe I'm In Love," "One's Too Many" and "Matilda" are among the best cuts, but really all of them, even the bonus tracks are great."