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The Pleasure's All Mine

The Pleasure's All Mine by Jimmie Vaughan
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Jimmie Vaughan

Label: The Last Music Co.
Released: 2020
Views: 195

Track Listing

TRACKS: CD 1: The Pleasure's All Mine; Come Love; I'm Leaving It Up To You; Comin' And Goin'; Wheel Of Fortune; How Can You Be So Mean;Just A Little Bit; Lonely Weekends; I Miss You So / Rm Blues; Roll Roll Roll; Send Me Some Lovin'; Why Why Why; She's Got The Blues For Sale; Funny How Time Slips Away. CD 2: I Ain't Never; No Use Knocking; Teardrop Blues; I Hang My Head And Cry; It's Been A Long Time ; Breaking Up Is Hard To Do; What Makes You So Tough; Greenbacks ; I'm In The Mood For You; I Ain't Gonna Do It No More; Cried Like A Baby; Oh Oh Oh; I'm A Love You; The Rains Came; Bad Bad Whiskey; Shake A Hand.


Lou Ann Barton
voice / vocals
Billy Pitman
guitar, electric
Derek O'Brien
guitar, electric
Mike Flanigan
organ, Hammond B3
Bill Willis
organ, Hammond B3
Ronnie James
bass, electric
Doug James
saxophone, baritone
Greg Picollo
saxophone, tenor
Kas Kasenoff
saxophone, tenor

Additional Personnel / Information

Jimmie Vaughan: vocals; Billy Pitman: rhythm guitar; Al Gomez: guitar; Derek O'Brien: guitar; Billy Horton: bass; Al Gomez: trumpet.

Album Description

Authentic Texas blues



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