Release date
31 Oct 1995
Running length
21 tracks
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1 Stevie Ray Vaughan - Taxman 3:33 28,614
1 Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - Taxman 3:33 15,540
2 Stevie Ray Vaughan;Double Trouble - Texas Flood 5:20 5,306
3 Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - The House Is Rockin' 2:23 5,306
4 Stevie Ray Vaughan;Double Trouble - Pride and Joy 3:39 7,755
5 Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - Tightrope 4:39 57,086
5 Stevie Ray Vaughan - Tightrope 4:38 54,787
6 Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - Little Wing 6:47 112,156
6 Stevie Ray Vaughan - Little Wing 6:47 144,709
7 Stevie Ray Vaughan - Crossfire 4:08 76,321
7 Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - Crossfire 4:09 72,916
8 Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - Change It 3:57 8,903
9 Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - Cold Shot 4:00 89,905
9 Stevie Ray Vaughan - Cold Shot 3:59 86,252
10 Stevie Ray Vaughan;Double Trouble - Couldn't Stand the Weather 4:40 3,499
10 Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - Can't Stand The Weather 4:42 126
11 Stevie Ray Vaughan - Life Without You 4:16 50,900
11 Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - Life Without You 4:18 86
12 Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - The Sky Is Crying 4:36 38,596
13 Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - Love Struck Baby 2:21 93,967
14 Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - Voodoo Chile 14:36 2,077

About this album

When Stevie Ray Vaughan’s helicopter crashed in August 1990, the world lost more than just a musical giant. Stevie Ray’s short life contained all the elements of a hero’s journey—from obscurity, through adversity, to glory. His meteoric rise in the public’s eye began after a stellar performance at the 1982 Montreaux Jazz Festival, which led to a gig with David Bowie (on LET’S DANCE) and a demo that ended up becoming TEXAS FLOOD, an outstanding debut from one of the most influential blues artists ever to call Texas home.

Five years after his passing, Vaughan is honored with a GREATEST HITS collection, gathering songs from each phase of his recording career. From that first album comes the seminal “Pride And Joy,” a hard-swinging rhythmic twister revealing Stevie Ray’s prowess on the guitar. The man was a monster—simultaneously playing sweaty rhythms and soulful leads, while also handling vocal chores. When he moans that “it’s flooding down in Texas, all the telephones lines are down,” the depth of his emotion makes you feel the water rising. The guitar solo that follows—reaching, bending, testifying—can only come from someone truly in touch with his soul, and with the soul of his Stratocaster. It elicits a stunning array of colors, with a tone as warm and gruff as all of the Lone Star state.

After TEXAS FLOOD (1983), COULDN’T STAND THE WEATHER (1984) and SOUL TO SOUL (1985), Vaughan took control of his life and confronted his substance abuses.

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