DISCOGRAPHY

Texas Flood
1983

  • Love Struck Baby
    by S R Vaughan
  • Pride and Joy
    by S R Vaughan
  • Texas Flood
    by L C Clark/J W Scott
  • Tell Me
    by C Burnett
  • Testify  (Instrumental)
    by G Clinton/D Taylor
  • Rude Mood
    by S R Vaughan
  • Mary Had A Little Lamb
    by B Guy
  • Dirty Pool
    by D Bramhall/S R Vaughan
  • I'm Cryin'
    by S R Vaughan
  • Lenny  (Instrumental)
    by S R Vaughan
  • Texas Flood
    Musician:
    Stevie Ray Vaughan
    -Guitar and Vocals
    Chris "Whipper" Layton-Drums
    Tommy Shannon-Bass Guitar

    Special Thanks To:
    Frances Carr, Chesley Milikin, Jackson Browne, Charlie, Mick, and Ronnie,David Bowie, Jerry Wexler, Claude Nobs, Charles Comer, Cutter and Peggy Brandenburg, Charlie Wirz, C-Boy Parks, Louis Wheeler, Byron Barr, Nick Farrari, Roddy, Roger, Wayne and all the Continental Club Cats, Antones, The Nova Group, Jimmie Vaughan, Ed Johnson, Frank Cooksey, Al Staehely, My Loving Wife Lenny, Ray Hennigs, Heart of Texas Music, and the Rest of Texas.

    Dedicated With Love To:Big Jim and Martha Vaughan
    "Mary Had A Little Lamb" Dedicated To "Rockin' Robin"
    Robin-Born 10/31/82


    Couldn't Stand the Weather
    1984

  • Scuttle Buttin" (1:49)
    by S R Vaughan
  • Couldnt Stand the Weather (4:40)
    by S R Vaughan
  • The Things(that)I used To Do (4:53)
    by E Jones
  • Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) (7:58)
    by J Hendrix
  • Cold Shot (3:57)
    by K Kendrid-Arr:S R Vaughan
  • Tin Pan Alley (9:10)
    by J Reed
  • Honey Bee (2:40)
    by S R Vaughan
  • Stang's Swang (2:41)
    by S R Vaughan
  • Couldnt Stand the Weather
    Musician:
    Stevie Ray Vaughan
    -Vocals, Guitar
    Tommy Shannon-Bass Guitar
    Chris "Whipper" Layton-Drums

    Additional Musicians:
    Jimmie Vaughan
    -2nd Guitar on "Couldn't Stand the Weather" and "The Things (that) I Used To Do"
    Fran Christina-Drums on "Stang's Swang"
    Stan Harrison-Tenor Saxophone.
    Thanks to:Charley's Guitar Shop, Tommy's Drum Shop, and Ray Hennig's Heart of Texas Music.

    Much Love and Special Thanks to:Bryon Barr,"Lonesome" Jim Capfer and Jimmie Vaughan

    Cover Design-Holland Macdonald


    SOUL TO SOUL
    1985

  • Say What! (5:23)
    by S R Vaughan
  • Lookin' Out The Window (2:47)
    by Doyle Bramhall
  • Look At Little Sister   (3:07)
    by Hank Ballard
  • Ain't Gone 'N' Give Up On Love  (6:06)
    by S R Vaughan
  • Gone Home  (3:04)
    by S R Vaughan
  • Change It  (3:56)
    by Doyle Bramhall
  • You'll Be Mine (3:42)
    by Willie James Dixon
  • Empty Arms (3:02)
    by S R Vaughan
  • Come On(Part III) (4:30)
    by Earl King
  • Life Without You (4:16)
    by S R Vaughan
  • SOUL TO SOUL

    Musician:
    Stevie Ray Vaughan
    -Guitar and Vocals
    Chris Layton-Drums
    Tommy Shannon-Bass Guitar
    Reese Wynans-Keyboards
    special appearanceJoe Sublett-Saxophone

    After a brief flirtation with saxophone, Stevie Ray did his first picking on a Gibson Messenger he took up in 1963.

    "And like the endless night that is the blues, Stevie Ray shows himself to be without limits. Quite literally, he convinces the listener that anything the guitarist can hear in his heart, he can create, in the next instant, with his instrument. Note for note, song for song, heart to heart, soul to soul".


    Timothy White
    Contributing Editor, Musician Magazine

    LIVE ALIVE
    1986

  • Say What! (4:51)
    by S R Vaughan
  • Ain't Gone 'N' Give Up On Love (6:25)
    by S R Vaughan
  • Pride and Joy (5:05)
    by S R Vaughan
  • Mary Had A Little Lamb (4:15)
    by Buddy Guy
  • Superstition (4:43)
    by Stevie Wonder
  • I'm leaving you(commit a crime) (5:35)
    by C Burnett
  • Cold Shot (5:40)
    by M Kindred-Arr: S R Vaughan
  • Willie the Wimp  (4:39)
    by R Ellsworth/ B Carter
  • Look at Little Sister  (4:15)
    by Hank Ballard
  • Texas Flood (6:30)
    by L C Clark/ J W Scott
  • Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) (9:37)
    by J Hendrix
  • Love Struck Baby (3:46)
    by S R Vaughan
  • Change It (5:03)
    by Doyle Bramhall
  • Live Alive

    Musician:
    Stevie Ray Vaughan
    -Guitar and Vocals
    Chris Layton-Drums
    Tommy Shannon-Bass Guitar
    Reese Wynans-Keyboards
    Very Special Guest: Appearing July 17, 1986 in Austin, Texas on "Willi the Wimp" "Love Struck Baby" "Look at Little Sister" and "Change It":
    Jimmie Vaughan-Guitar and Six String Bass

    Performances:
    July 16, 1985 at Montreux Jazz Festival
    July 17-18, 1986 at Austin Opera House
    July 19, 1986 at Dallas Starfest
    Live Recordigs by: Montreux Sound Studio,Montreux.Arlyn Studio, Austin. Reelsound Recording Mobile Unit, Austin.

    Dedicated to Big Jim (September 6,1921-August 27,1986) and Martha Vaughan, From always to forever

    As always, thanks to all of our fans everywhere and good luck to everybody.  SRV&DT


    IN STEP
    1989

  • The House Is Rockin'
    by S R Vaughan, D Bramhall
  • Crossfire
    by T Shannon, C Layton, R Wyans,
    B Carter, R Ellsworth
  • Tightrope
    by S R Vaughan, D Bramhall
  • Let Me Love You Baby
    by W Dixon
  • Leave My little Girl Alone
    by B Guy
  • traviswalk
    by S R Vaughan
  • Wall Of Denial
    by S R Vaughan, D Bramhall
  • Scratch `N' Sniff
    by S R Vaughan, D Bramhall
  • Love Me Darlin
    by C Burnett
  • Riviera Paradise
    by S R Vaughan
  • Instep

    Musician:
    Stevie Ray Vaughan
    -Guitar and Vocals
    Chris Layton-Drums and Percussion
    Tommy Shannon-Bass Guitar
    Reese Wynans-Keyboards

    Special Thanks To:
    Doyle Bramhall, Martha Vaughan, Janna Lapidus, Betty "Boop" Layton, Kumi Smedley, Linda Wynans, Paul "Skip" Rickert, Mark Rutledge, Bill Mounsey, Rene Martinez , Steve "Bondo" Bond, Charles Comer, Alex Hodges, Ginny Whitaker, Alex Kochan, Seigel & Feldstein, Bill Vuylsteke, Bo Gardner, Katz & Cherry, Mike Caplan, Gary Belz, Deby Jolley, Mike Childress, Paul Burleson, Cesar "the Amp Dr" Diaz, Stephen Bruton, Debbie Jenkins, The Memphis Drum Shop, Tommy's Drum Shop, Top Cat Rehearsal Studios and Everyone at EPIC Records.
    And many thanks always, to our fans everywhere.

    in memory of John Hammond, A True Hero

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