Long version of Texas Flood by stevie ray vaughn ! Texas Flood is an electric blues album by blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan and his band Double Trouble, released in 1983. Although "Texas Flood" has three verses of lyrics, the song is more of a prolonged guitar solo, allowing Vaughan to show off his characteristic electric blues style. During live shows, he would often play portions of this song behind his back, arousing an enthusiastic crowd response. Stylistically, "Texas Flood" is structured around the common three chord blues progression. Written and performed in the key of G (sounding F# because of Vaughans tuning), it is in 128 time, or compound time[1], which gives it a "slow burning" feel that is common in Texas blues. en.wikipedia.org

24 thoughts on “Stevie Ray Vaughan – Texas Flood (Long version!)

  1. I wonder if the world could’ve handled SRV and Jimi on a duet.

  2. where at in wilkes barre? im from the area just curious where he played.

  3. the clouds are rolling, man i’m standing out in the rain. RIP STEVIE

  4. I hope that guitar was 18…man, what an amazing player!

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