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Stevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood

 
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Stevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood
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Re: Stevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood
Cool link and the Japanime link was too
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"Texas Flood" (sometimes called "Stormin' in Texas" or "Flood Down in Texas") is a blues song recorded by Larry Davis in 1958. It is considered a blues standard and has been recorded by several artists, including Stevie Ray Vaughan, who made it part of his repertoire.[1]

According to Clifford Antone, Stevie Ray Vaughan was introduced to "Texas Flood" by Angela Strehli at Antone's Austin, Texas club, where the three of them worked out the song.[3] Vaughan drummer Chris Layton recalled that Albert King[4] brought Larry Davis to the club several times, where Vaughan was attracted to the "intriguing guitar parts".[3]

In 1983, Vaughan recorded "Texas Flood" for his debut album, also titled Texas Flood. He followed Davis' song, although he added several twelve-bar sections of improvised guitar soloing, which nearly doubled the length of the song and provided a showcase for his electric guitar style. Although Vaughan performed it in the fingered key of G, he tuned his guitar one-half step lower resulting in a pitch of G flat.


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Re: Stevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood
"Well, there's floodin' down in Texas
All of the telephone lines are down
Well, there's floodin' down in Texas
All of the telephone lines are down"





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