- Performer Wade Ray
- Title Two Of The Usual / Even At My Best
- Date of release 1965
- Other formats AUD APE AA AC3 AAC WAV MMF
- Genre World & Folk & Country
- Size MP3 1750 mb
- Size FLAC 1863 mb
- Rating: 4.4
- Votes: 210
Couldn't Stand the Weather is the second studio album by American blues rock band Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble. It was released on May 15, 1984, by Epic Records as the follow-up to the band's critically and commercially successful 1983 album, Texas Flood. Recording sessions took place in January 1984 at the Power Station in New York City. Stevie Ray Vaughan wrote half the tracks on Couldn't Stand the Weather.
But even when they’re less grandiose, the shoegazing pioneers’ music is just as fascinating and hypnotic. Guitarist and songwriter-in-chief Kevin Shields employs reverb, feedback, pitch bending, and heavy distortion throughout, creating music that’s capable of simultaneously soundtracking our most ethereal dreams and most violent nightmares. For any student of hip-hop or dance music, the first two tracks of electro-funk pioneer Afrika Bambaattaa’s Planet Rock alone make this landmark album worth the price of admission, stocked as they are with lessons on both the history and future of the genres.
What are the best albums by Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble. Year of Release: 1989.
Looking inside the sandwich, the New Zealand woman discovered two tiny strips of ham, placed strategically to make the sandwich look full upon first glance. Many urged the woman to return to the cafe with the sandwich and demand a refund.
I define my favourite or best song or film etc as no matter how many times I hear the song or see the film I am still compelled to hear or see it. Hanging By A Moment is one of those few songs. It still stops me dead in my tracks and i have to hear it before I can move.
Even stranger than the album itself is that one of its tracks, ‘Spoon’, reached N. on the German chart, thanks to its use in a German TV thriller. 12: Stealers Wheel: Ferguslie Park (1974) Their self-titled debut contained ‘Stuck In The Middle With You’ and hinted at further greatness to come. Then Gerry Rafferty left – and then returned – and the band spent two years mustering a follow-up. For his first album of the 80s, however, he produced a jazzier, more nuanced album that ultimately proved so low-key that many people still don’t think to give it the time it deserves. 17: Bronski Beat: The Age of Consent (October 1984) Perhaps they were just a little too ahead of their time, but Bronski Beat seem forever stuck in a no-man’s-land where their achievements have become overshadowed by bigger names doing much the same thing (hello, Pet Shop Boys).
Stevie Ray Vaughan is considered a great guitar player and one of the best blues artists and certainly the best blues rock artists of all time. This list below has all of SRVs classics, from his sophomore release Couldn't Stand The Weather to his final studio release The Sky Is Crying (1991).
|A||Two Of The Usual
Written-By – F. Carter*
|B||Even At My Best
Written-By – C. Cochran*, M. Carpenter*