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Jimmie Vaughan - Strange Pleasure flac album

Performer: Jimmie Vaughan
Title: Strange Pleasure
Style: Blues-Rock,Modern Electric Blues,Modern Electric Texas Blues,Regional Blues,Roots Rock
Duration: 45:26
Location: Ardent Studios, Memphis, TN
Relesed: 1994
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 129
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Artist: Jimmie Vaughan Album: Strange Pleasure Genre: Modern Electric Texas Blues Origin: USA Released: 1994 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: 01. Boom-Bapa-Boom 02. Don't Cha Know 0. Love The World 11. Strange Pleasure (Modern Backporch Duende).

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Six Strings Down" is a blues song recorded by Jimmie Vaughan in 1994. It is a tribute to his brother, Stevie Ray Vaughan, who died in 1990, and the memory of other deceased guitarists. The song was written by Art Neville, Eric Kolb, Aaron Neville, Cyril Neville, Kelsey Smith, and Vaughan. It first appeared on Vaughan's album Strange Pleasure, in 1994. The song was originally performed as an acoustic blues.

Strange Pleasure Tracklist. 7. Six Strings Down Lyrics. About Strange Pleasure. Strange Pleasure Q&A. More Jimmie Vaughan albums. Do You Get the Blues? Show all albums by Jimmie Vaughan.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Boom-Bapa-Boom Jimmie Vaughan Jimmie Vaughan 3:56
2 Don't Cha Know Jimmie Vaughan Jimmie Vaughan 4:20
3 Hey-Yeah Paul Ray / Jimmie Vaughan Jimmie Vaughan 3:43
4 Flamenco Dancer Paul Ray / Jimmie Vaughan Jimmie Vaughan 4:18
5 (Everybody's Got) Sweet Soul Vibe Nile Rodgers / Jimmie Vaughan Jimmie Vaughan 4:33
6 Tilt-A-Whirl Jimmie Vaughan Jimmie Vaughan 4:56
7 Six Strings Down Eric Kolb / Aaron Neville / Charmaine Neville / Cyril Neville / Kelsey Smith / Jimmie Vaughan Jimmie Vaughan 4:25
8 Just Like Putty Paul Ray / Jimmie Vaughan Jimmie Vaughan 4:07
9 Two Wings Dr. John / Mac Rebennack / Jimmie Vaughan Jimmie Vaughan 4:25
10 Love the World Dr. John / Mac Rebennack / Jimmie Vaughan Jimmie Vaughan 4:14
11 Strange Pleasure (Modern Backporch Duende) Jimmie Vaughan Jimmie Vaughan 2:29


Lou Ann Barton - Guest Artist, Vocals (Background)
Junior Brantley - Piano
Mark Burdett - Art Direction, Design
Keith Carter - Photography
Kevin Dorsey - Vocals (Background)
Dr. John - Bass, Composer, Guest Artist, Piano, Tambourine, Vocals
Steve Fitzmaurice - Assistant Engineer
Denny Freeman - Piano
Andy Grassi - Assistant Engineer
John Hampton - Engineer, Mixing
Richard Hilton - Keyboards
Curtis Rance King, Jr. - Vocals (Background)
Eric Kolb - Composer
Richard Landers - Assistant Engineer
Bob Ludwig - Mastering
Timothy Manteau - Computer Graphics
René Martínez - Flamenco Guitar
Skidd Mills - Assistant Engineer
Richard Mullen - Mixing
Aaron Neville - Composer
Charmaine Neville - Composer
Cyril Neville - Composer
Mark Proct - Production Coordination
George Rains - Drums
Paul Ray - Composer
Mac Rebennack - Composer
Nile Rodgers - Composer, Guest Artist, Guitar (Rhythm), Producer
Kelsey Smith - Composer
Joe Sublett - Saxophone
Mike Thompson - Assistant Engineer
Fonzi Thornton - Vocals (Background)
Gary Tole - Engineer, Mixdown Engineer, Mixing
Budd Tunick - Production Coordination
Jimmie Vaughan - Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Oren Waters - Vocals (Background)
Ken Williams - Vocals (Background)
Bill Willis - Organ (Hammond)
Terry Young - Vocals (Background)
Reviews (1)
Jimmie Vaughan's first solo album includes a subdued country-gospel-blues eulogy for his late brother Stevie Ray in the form of "Six Strings Down," written by Art and Cyril Neville. The bulk of the recording, though, comes in the form of the relentless, Texas-blues rave-ups that made Jimmie the solid rock at the base of the Fabulous Thunderbirds. Dr. John gives a New Orleans shuffle to two songs he cowrote with Jimmie, but more typical is the first single, "Boom-Bapa-Boom," which boasts a hypnotic rhythm perfectly described by its title. Jimmie's refusal to play an unnecessary note makes his grooves irresistible.

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