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( ReaD ) Texas Flood: The Inside Story of Stevie Ray Vaughan


( ReaD ) Texas Flood: The Inside Story of Stevie Ray Vaughan PDF EBOOK


( ReaD ) Texas

Flood: The Inside

Story of Stevie

Ray Vaughan PDF



'By collecting the voices of those who were there, authors Alan Paul

and Andy Aledort get as close as possible to Vaughanâ€s journey from

record-obsessed Dallas kid to all-time guitar god, taking care to convey

what made his music transcendent....Its heart is his absence, and its

accomplishment is that it causes us to feel the full weight of his loss.

In that, the book is its own kind of blues: stirring, cathartic, and

real.' ―Texas Observer'Almost 30 years after his untimely death in a

helicopter crash, Stevie Ray Vaughan comes gloriously back to life in

this all-out biography...Texas Flood unleashes that which made Vaughan a

master musician and person.'―Austin Chronicle'Texas Flood adds greatly

to the understanding and legacy of Stevie Ray Vaughan – both the man

and the performer...Required reading for any SRV fan.' ―Houston

Press'A dynamically vivid new book thatâ€s likely the premiere option

available for anyone seeking a detail-packed, insider-style account into

the life and tunes of Stevie Ray.' ―Dallas Observer'A fascinating

backstage pass, a front row seat at the epicenter of the Texas music

that unfolded in the eighties and nineties in Austin, told in the many

authentic voices that shared SRVâ€s life.' ―Lone Star Review'Deep

reporting makes this a treasure trove for anyone interested in the blues

and Vaughan's place within popular music.' ―Kirkus Reviews (starred

review)'Fans will be thrilled with this intelligent, informative, and

enlightening biography of the guitar great.' ―Publishers Weekly

(starred review)'Riveting...Vaughan deserved this book, and, as it

should, the content will stay with readers long after the last note has

sounded....This is the book fans have been waiting for.' ―Library

Journal (starred review)'A must for Vaughan and blues fans.'

―Booklist'What authors (and musicians, themselves) Alan Paul and Andy

Aledort manage to do quite successfully with Texas Flood: The Inside

Story of Stevie Ray Vaughan is maintain the highest level of regard for

Vaughanâ€s undeniably impressive talent, as well for his devotion to

late-life sobriety, while not only revealing candidly the near-lethal

level of his addictions, but also his true offstage personality. Without

a hint of celeb tell-all or drama mining, this is both the rawest and

most reverent story of Stevie Ray.' ―jambands.com 'Soul Brother Stevie

Ray Vaughan was a force of nature! His fearless, furious and elegant

approach to the guitar was breathtaking. Texas Flood helps you

understand both the player and the person. We are grateful for the gifts

he left for us all. We thank God for the Vaughan family; Jimmie and

Stevie are both astonishing.' ―Carlos Santana “Texas Flood provides

handy insight into how Stevie Ray Vaughan became a modern day avatar for

guitar slingers and music fans the world over. Stevie devoured life in

no uncertain terms and his intriguing intensity comes through with a

loud and clear message in this remarkable work.― ―Billy Gibbons, ZZ

Top“Texas Flood is a great book. It gave me a clear outside

perspective into what was the center of my life, and offers a good look

at Stevie and Jimmieâ€s relationship: deeply endearing, often unseen.

Good work guys.―― Chris Layton, Double Trouble“Texas Flood is by

far the best book ever written about Stevie. It not only tells the story

of Stevieâ€s career as a musician, it really captures him as a human

being. That is what has been missing in every book about him till now.

His whole life unfolds through these pages from beginning to end. Itâ€s

a great book.― ―Tommy Shannon, Double Trouble 'The authors tell the

story of Stevie Ray through quotes from the people who knew him best.

And what a story it is!! Even I learned a lot reading all the details in

Texas Flood.' ―Reese Wynans, Double Trouble “Stevie Ray Vaughan

played with a magical, spiritual mystery that was one of a kind. His

soul shines through his music, making it meaningful, powerful, and

connective. Texas Flood is a compelling book that captures the essence

of an extremely gifted musician, but even more importantly, a kind and

beautiful person.――Eric Johnson, guitarist “Texas Flood is a great

book! The first in my view that got the entire narrative correct. What

Iâ€m always looking for in a book like this is, ‘does it ring

trueâ€. And it does!― ―Joe Sublett, the Texicali Horns, Stevie Ray

Vaughan friend and collaborator“I learned a lot reading Texas Flood,

which is a well-written, well-informed accounting of someone who not

only kept the blues alive but changed the future of guitar.― ―Warren

Haynes'Texas Flood is the perfect homage to a brilliant guitarist,

written by guys who understand him and his music. As a guitar player and

a fan, I can feel Stevie Ray's quest to find his tone and desire to

express himself lifting off every page.― ―Joe Perry, Aerosmith“A

must read for any true fan of Stevie Ray Vaughan, and required reading

for anyone with a beating heart. This book is an extremely moving


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