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Album Review

Walk That Walk, Talk That Talk is the first album the Fabulous Thunderbirds recorded without Jimmie Vaughan. It takes two guitarists — two good guitarists, by the way — to fill his place, and even with Duke Robillard and Kid Bangham on board, there is something missing. Though the T-birds have returned to straightahead blues-rock, abandoning the overly commercial production of their previous three albums, they don't sound as distinctive as they did with Vaughan. Still, Kim Wilson blows some good harp, Robillard and Bangham throw out a few stellar solos, contributing to a set of driving blues-rock that will be welcome to fans of the group's earliest records.

Biography

Formed: 1974 in Austin, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

With their fusion of blues, rock & roll, and R&B, the Fabulous Thunderbirds helped popularize roadhouse Texas blues with a mass audience in the '80s and, in the process, they helped kick-start a blues revival during the mid-'80s. During their heyday in the early '80s, they were the most popular attraction on the blues bar circuit, which eventually led to a breakthrough to the pop audience in 1986 with their fifth album, Tuff Enuff. The mass success didn't last too long,...
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