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With slick production from Nile Rodgers and employing neither guitarist's band (Double Trouble nor the Fabulous Thunderbirds), this is bluesy, but far from purist. Jimmie makes his vocal debut on "White Boots" and "Good Texan," and the brothers blur the lines between their expected guitar styles -- Stevie sometimes going for a less sustainy twang, Jimmie moving into Albert King territory. When standard blues is the order of the day (the slow instro "Brothers"), the key word is "standard" -- bordering on run-of-the-mill. Instrumentals "D/FW" and "Hillbillies from Outer Space" fare better -- offering ZZ Top crunch and Santo & Johnny steel, respectively.
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1
Hard to Be (Album Version)
00:04:43

David Spinner, Background Vocal - Hiro Ishihara, 2nd Engineer - Katherine Miller, 2nd Engineer - Katherine Miller, Mixing Engineer - Steve Elson, Tenor Saxophone - Steve Elson, Baritone Saxophone - Jimmie Vaughan, Guitar - Stan Harrison, Alto Saxophone - Stan Harrison, Tenor Saxophone - Jeff Powell, 2nd Engineer - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Vocal - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Guitar - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Lyricist - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Composer - Nile Rodgers, Producer - Nile Rodgers, Arranger - Nile Rodgers, Mixing Engineer - The Vaughan Brothers, Performer - Al Berry, Bass - Jon Goldberger, Engineer - Jon Goldberger, Mixing Engineer - Michael Vasquez, 2nd Engineer - Patrick Dillett, Engineer - Dave Shiffman, 2nd Engineer - John Hampton, Recording Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Richard Hilton, Engineer - Richard Hilton, Programmer - Larry Aberman, Drums - D. Bramhall, Composer - D. Bramhall, Lyricist

(P) 1990 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
White Boots (Album Version)
00:03:50

Hiro Ishihara, 2nd Engineer - J. Leslie, Composer - J. Leslie, Lyricist - Katherine Miller, 2nd Engineer - Katherine Miller, Mixing Engineer - Jimmie Vaughan, Vocal - Jimmie Vaughan, Guitar - Jeff Powell, 2nd Engineer - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Guitar - Nile Rodgers, Producer - Nile Rodgers, Arranger - Nile Rodgers, Mixing Engineer - The Vaughan Brothers, Performer - Al Berry, Bass - Jon Goldberger, Engineer - Jon Goldberger, Mixing Engineer - Michael Vasquez, 2nd Engineer - Patrick Dillett, Engineer - Dave Shiffman, 2nd Engineer - B. Swan, Composer - B. Swan, Lyricist - Curtis King, Jr., Background Vocal - D. Hutchinson, Composer - D. Hutchinson, Lyricist - Tawatha Agee, Background Vocal - John Hampton, Recording Engineer - Brenda White-King, Background Vocal - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Richard Hilton, Engineer - Richard Hilton, Programmer - Larry Aberman, Drums

(P) 1990 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
DFW (Album Version)
00:02:48

J. Vaughan, Composer - J. Vaughan, Lyricist - Richard Hilton, Engineer - Richard Hilton, Programmer - Michael Vasquez, 2nd Engineer - The Vaughan Brothers, Guitar - The Vaughan Brothers, Performer - Nile Rodgers, Producer - Nile Rodgers, Arranger - Nile Rodgers, Mixing Engineer - Jon Goldberger, Engineer - Jon Goldberger, Mixing Engineer - Al Berry, Bass - Patrick Dillett, Engineer - Katherine Miller, 2nd Engineer - Katherine Miller, Mixing Engineer - Hiro Ishihara, 2nd Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Dave Shiffman, 2nd Engineer - Jeff Powell, 2nd Engineer - Larry Aberman, Drums - John Hampton, Recording Engineer

(P) 1990 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Good Texan (Album Version)
00:04:22

David Spinner, Background Vocal - Hiro Ishihara, 2nd Engineer - J. Vaughan, Composer - J. Vaughan, Lyricist - Katherine Miller, 2nd Engineer - Katherine Miller, Mixing Engineer - Jimmie Vaughan, Vocal - Jimmie Vaughan, Guitar - Jeff Powell, 2nd Engineer - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Background Vocal - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Guitar - Nile Rodgers, Producer - Nile Rodgers, Arranger - Nile Rodgers, Mixing Engineer - N. Rodgers, Composer - N. Rodgers, Lyricist - The Vaughan Brothers, Performer - George Sims, Background Vocal - Al Berry, Bass - Jon Goldberger, Engineer - Jon Goldberger, Mixing Engineer - Michael Vasquez, 2nd Engineer - Patrick Dillett, Engineer - Dave Shiffman, 2nd Engineer - John Hampton, Recording Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Richard Hilton, Engineer - Richard Hilton, Programmer - Larry Aberman, Drums

(P) 1990 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Hillbillies from Outerspace (Album Version)
00:03:21

J. Vaughan, Composer - J. Vaughan, Lyricist - Richard Hilton, Engineer - Richard Hilton, Programmer - Michael Vasquez, 2nd Engineer - The Vaughan Brothers, Performer - Nile Rodgers, Producer - Nile Rodgers, Arranger - Nile Rodgers, Mixing Engineer - Jimmie Vaughan, Steel Guitar - Doyle Bramhall, Drums - Jon Goldberger, Engineer - Jon Goldberger, Mixing Engineer - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Guitar - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Lyricist - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Composer - Patrick Dillett, Engineer - Katherine Miller, 2nd Engineer - Katherine Miller, Mixing Engineer - Hiro Ishihara, 2nd Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Dave Shiffman, 2nd Engineer - Jeff Powell, 2nd Engineer - John Hampton, Recording Engineer

(P) 1990 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Long Way from Home (Album Version)
00:03:15

The Vaughan Brothers, Performer - Jimmie Vaughan, Guitar - Jimmie Vaughan, Performer - Al Berry, Bass - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Vocal - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Guitar - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Performer - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Lyricist - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Composer - Richard Hilton, Piano - Nile Rodgers, Producer - D. Bramhall, Composer - D. Bramhall, Lyricist - Larry Aberman, Drums

(P) 1990 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Tick Tock
00:04:57

Hiro Ishihara, 2nd Engineer - J. Vaughan, Composer - J. Vaughan, Lyricist - Katherine Miller, 2nd Engineer - Katherine Miller, Mixing Engineer - Jimmie Vaughan, Vocal - Jimmie Vaughan, Guitar - Jeff Powell, 2nd Engineer - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Vocal - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Guitar - Nile Rodgers, Producer - Nile Rodgers, Arranger - Nile Rodgers, Mixing Engineer - N. Rodgers, Composer - N. Rodgers, Lyricist - The Vaughan Brothers, Performer - Al Berry, Bass - Jon Goldberger, Engineer - Jon Goldberger, Mixing Engineer - Michael Vasquez, 2nd Engineer - Patrick Dillett, Engineer - Dave Shiffman, 2nd Engineer - Curtis King, Jr., Background Vocal - Tawatha Agee, Background Vocal - John Hampton, Recording Engineer - Brenda White-King, Background Vocal - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Richard Hilton, Engineer - Richard Hilton, Keyboards - Richard Hilton, Programmer - J.L. Williams, Composer - J.L. Williams, Lyricist - Larry Aberman, Drums

(P) 1990 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Telephone Song (Album Version)
00:03:28

The Vaughan Brothers, Performer - Jimmie Vaughan, Guitar - Jimmie Vaughan, Performer - Al Berry, Bass - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Vocal - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Guitar - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Performer - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Lyricist - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Composer - Nile Rodgers, Producer - D. Bramhall, Composer - D. Bramhall, Lyricist - Larry Aberman, Drums

(P) 1990 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Baboom / Mama Said (Album Version)
00:04:29

Hiro Ishihara, 2nd Engineer - J. Vaughan, Composer - J. Vaughan, Lyricist - Katherine Miller, 2nd Engineer - Katherine Miller, Mixing Engineer - Jimmie Vaughan, Organ - Jeff Powell, 2nd Engineer - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Lyricist - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Composer - Nile Rodgers, Producer - Nile Rodgers, Guitar - Nile Rodgers, Arranger - Nile Rodgers, Mixing Engineer - The Vaughan Brothers, Guitar - The Vaughan Brothers, Performer - Al Berry, Bass - Jon Goldberger, Engineer - Jon Goldberger, Mixing Engineer - Michael Vasquez, 2nd Engineer - Patrick Dillett, Engineer - Dave Shiffman, 2nd Engineer - D. Freeman, Composer - D. Freeman, Lyricist - Curtis King, Jr., Background Vocal - Tawatha Agee, Background Vocal - John Hampton, Recording Engineer - Brenda White-King, Background Vocal - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Richard Hilton, Engineer - Richard Hilton, Organ - Richard Hilton, Programmer - Larry Aberman, Drums

(P) 1990 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
Brothers (Album Version)
00:05:04

J. Vaughan, Composer - J. Vaughan, Lyricist - Richard Hilton, Engineer - Richard Hilton, Programmer - Michael Vasquez, 2nd Engineer - The Vaughan Brothers, Guitar - The Vaughan Brothers, Performer - Nile Rodgers, Producer - Nile Rodgers, Arranger - Nile Rodgers, Mixing Engineer - Brenda White-King, Background Vocal - Rockin' Sydney, Acordeon - Doyle Bramhall, Drums - Jon Goldberger, Engineer - Jon Goldberger, Mixing Engineer - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Lyricist - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Composer - Patrick Dillett, Engineer - Katherine Miller, 2nd Engineer - Katherine Miller, Mixing Engineer - Hiro Ishihara, 2nd Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Dave Shiffman, 2nd Engineer - Jeff Powell, 2nd Engineer - John Hampton, Recording Engineer

(P) 1990 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

With slick production from Nile Rodgers and employing neither guitarist's band (Double Trouble nor the Fabulous Thunderbirds), this is bluesy, but far from purist. Jimmie makes his vocal debut on "White Boots" and "Good Texan," and the brothers blur the lines between their expected guitar styles -- Stevie sometimes going for a less sustainy twang, Jimmie moving into Albert King territory. When standard blues is the order of the day (the slow instro "Brothers"), the key word is "standard" -- bordering on run-of-the-mill. Instrumentals "D/FW" and "Hillbillies from Outer Space" fare better -- offering ZZ Top crunch and Santo & Johnny steel, respectively.
© Dan Forte /TiVo

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