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|Stevie Ray Vaughan|
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble: Greatest Hits
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
"The House Is Rockin" on this collection of ten of Stevie Ray Vaughan's very best songs, including the never-before-commercially available "Taxman." — No Track Information Available — Media Type: CD — Artist: VAUGHAN,STEVIE R... more »
"The House Is Rockin" on this collection of ten of Stevie Ray Vaughan's very best songs, including the never-before-commercially available "Taxman."
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Artist: VAUGHAN,STEVIE RAY & DOUBLE TROUBLE
Title: GREATEST HITS
Street Release Date: 10/31/1995
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Sandra K. from CHARLEROI, PA
Reviewed on 1/16/2017...
This is a great CD!
rdhsbluz | egroups.com | 11/14/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I own all of Stevie's albums and although I listen to them all there are three albums I take with me everywhere: Greatest Hits Vol I, Greatest Hits Vol II (Real Deal), and Family Style (with brother Jimmie Vaughan). I have a set for the office, a set for home, and a set for the car, cause I can honestly say that I NEVER leave home without him. Stevie Vaughan is in a class by himself (the flagship of Blue Rock) with his own unique style of guitaring (not everybody can use 13s), throughly grounded in root blues as taught to him by the original masters, blended with his knowledge and understanding of many, many other venues of music (R&B, Jazz, Experimental, Country, etc.,) creating his own sound that is at once driving and sensitive. As one who studies music, I am always amazed at his touch, especially for one who prefered 10db! Stevie Vaughan truly deserves his legend status and anyone who can enjoy the blues will be enthralled by this genius' works. I highly recommend anything Stevie Ray Vaughan."
Don't be fooled by the 5 stars......
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I gave this 5 stars based only on the quality of the music. I really wouldn't recommend this CD. Anyone who likes Stevie Ray should buy his albums instead. There are only four of them. If you have all of SRV's albums then this CD is worth keeping around only for the groovy version of the Beatles' Taxman. This is only a tiny sampling of the great music that Stevie Ray has to offer. This will leave you unfulfilled. You'll take this disc out of your player wanting more. I would recommend SRV's debut, Texas Flood, for anyone looking to get into his music."