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FABULOUS THUNDERBIRDS Tuff Enuff - Hot Number - Roll Of The Dice

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FABULOUS THUNDERBIRDS: Tuff Enuff - Hot Number - Roll Of The Dice

(2013/Floating World) 31 tracks.
'Tuff Enuff', originally published in 1986, was the first major commercial success of the Thunderbirds and pointed at the same time in a more mainstream direction facing.

'Roll of the Dice' was released in 1995 and was the second album of the band without Jimmie Vaughn, but which still presented straighter and very focused Thunderbirds.

'Hot Number', originally published in 1987 and produced with original guitarist Jimmie Vaughn, the band presents reinforced by a brass section.

(2013/Floating World) 31 tracks.



FABULOUS THUNDERBIRDS - Tuff Enuff - Hot Number - Roll Of The Dice Medium 1
1: Tufff enuff
2: Tell me
3: Look at that, look at that
4: Two time my lovin
5: Amnesia
6: Wrap it up
7: True love
8: Why get up
9: I don´t care
10: Down at Antone's
11: Stand back
12: Hot number
13: Wasted tears
14: It comes to me naturally
15: Love in common
16: How do you spell love
17: Streets of gold
18: Sofa circuit
19: Don´t bother trying to steal her love
20: It takes a big man to cry
FABULOUS THUNDERBIRDS - Tuff Enuff - Hot Number - Roll Of The Dice Medium 2
1: Roll of the dice
2: Too many irons in the fire
3: How do I get you back
4: Here comes the night
5: Takin it too easy
6: I don´t wanna be the one
7: Mean love
8: I can´t win
9: Memroy from hell
10: Lookin forward to lookin back
11: Zip-a-dee-doo-dah


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  • Albumtitel: Tuff Enuff - Hot Number - Roll Of The Dice

  • Format CD
  • Genre Blues

  • Title Tuff Enuff / Hot Number / Roll Of The Dice
  • Release date 2014

  • SubGenre Blues - Electric

  • EAN: 0805772620322

  • weight in Kg 0.120

Artist description "Fabulous Thunderbirds, The"

The Fabulous Thunderbirds

Austin developed into a hotbed of Texas blues during the 1970s. Stevie Ray Vaughan was a major factor in its rise, but no more so than the Fabulous Thunderbirds, featuring Stevie's older brother Jimmie Vaughan on guitar and harpist/vocalist Kim Wilson. During their early years, the T-Birds were purists, digging their collective teeth into vintage Excello and other blues gems that only serious aficionados were aware of and conjuring up similar pungent originals.

Born January 6, 1951 in Detroit, Wilson grew up in Goleta, California and started wailing on harp at 17, enthralled by George ‘Harmonica' Smith, Lazy Lester, Little Walter, and James Cotton. Wilson ended up in Austin, where he met Vaughan (born in Dallas on March 20, 1951) and formed the T-Birds in 1974 with bassist Keith Ferguson and drummer Mike Buck. ‘Girls Go Wild,' their first Takoma/Chrysalis LP in ‘79, and their 1980 encore ‘What's The Word?' were largely dedicated to highly atmospheric (and high-energy) southern blues, Vaughan's uncommonly crisp, concise guitar work and Wilson's fat-toned harp excursions strongly to the fore. Fran Christina replaced Buck on drums in 1980, and the T-Birds stayed in the same basic groove with ‘Butt Rockin'' in '81 and ‘T-Bird Rhythm' the next year before taking a four-year studio hiatus. Preston Hubbard supplanted Ferguson on bass. 

When the quartet returned to recording action in 1986 on the major CBS Associated imprint, producer Dave Edmunds imparted more of a contemporary rock tinge to the T-Birds' sound, though blues remained their bedrock. Tuff Enuff, the rip-roaring title track of that first CBS album, was penned by Wilson and shot the T-Birds straight into the stratosphere, sailing to #10 pop as a single that spring (the album itself went platinum and maxed out at #13). The set also held their next hit, a remake of Sam & Dave's pulsating Wrap It Up

Vaughan exited the T-Birds in 1989 to form a duo with his brother Stevie Ray, but after releasing the album ‘Family Style,' Stevie Ray died in a 1990 helicopter crash. Since then, Vaughan has piloted a solo career. Wilson has kept the T-Birds alive with a series of guitar slingers: Duke Robillard, Kid Bangham, Kid Ramos, Nick Curran, Kirk Fletcher and Jon Moeller—and a fairly fluid rhythm section.


Bill Dahl

Chicago, Illinois


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