20 Songs, 1 Hour 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Stevie Ray’s 1983 debut album made him an unlikely star, slinging Jimi Hendrix-meets-Albert King blues in the era of synths and drum machines. Vaughan displays some superhuman chops on barnburners like “Rude Mood” and his funky instrumental take on The Isley Brothers’ “Testify.” But it’s the way he pours every ounce of his soul into his leads, especially on slower tunes like the gentle “Lenny,” that marks him as one of the most gifted guitar stylists of his era—in both blues and rock.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Stevie Ray’s 1983 debut album made him an unlikely star, slinging Jimi Hendrix-meets-Albert King blues in the era of synths and drum machines. Vaughan displays some superhuman chops on barnburners like “Rude Mood” and his funky instrumental take on The Isley Brothers’ “Testify.” But it’s the way he pours every ounce of his soul into his leads, especially on slower tunes like the gentle “Lenny,” that marks him as one of the most gifted guitar stylists of his era—in both blues and rock.

TITLE TIME

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
20 Ratings
20 Ratings
Sinatra Kennedy ,

A legend to Texans, a God to guitarists

No review can justify this amazing talent. Some truly believe that the world would be a better place had he not died so young. A gifted man who was every bit as talented as The late Jimi Hendrix.

cddon ,

classic

I love both the Texas Flood and the concert but I’m confused about the tin pan alley track its not from the record or the concert,doesn’t make any sense.

Hart105 ,

Bummer!

Why does Apple continually do this!???? Here, on Lenny, the ending is missing!

It happens on classical music too; you miss the first beat or two--so the stage doesn't get set!

SRV is great--why spoil it? Your speakers are moderately -- what? Listen to this one and sing in the rest of it.

More By Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble

You May Also Like