Epic publish ‘Family Style’ by Jimmie & Stevie Ray Vaughan a.k.a. the Vaughan Brothers (1990)

‘Family Style’ by Jimmie & Stevie Ray Vaughan a.k.a. the Vaughan Brothers is an album produced by Nile Rodgers and released on September 25, 1990 by Epic.

Track Listing : 1.Hard To Be (Stevie Ray Vaughan, Doyle Bramhall) – 04:43 . 2.White Boots (Billy Swan, Jim Leslie, Deborah Hutchenson) – 03:50 . 3.D/Fw (Jimmie Vaughan) – 02:52 . 4.Good Texan (Jimmie Vaughan, Nile Rodgers) – 04:22 . 5.Hillbillies From Outerspace (Jimmie Vaughan, Stevie Ray Vaughan) – 03:42 . 6.Long Way From Home (Stevie Ray Vaughan, Doyle Bramhall) – 03:15 . 7.Tick Tock (Jimmie Vaughan, Rodgers, Jerry Lynn Williams) – 04:57 . 8.Telephone Song (Stevie Ray Vaughan, Bramhall) – 03:28 . 9.Baboom/Mama Said (Jimmie Vaughan, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Denny Freeman) – 04:29 . 10.Brothers (Jimmie Vaughan, Stevie Ray Vaughan) – 05:05

Musicians : Jimmie Vaughan – Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar, Vocals, Organ . Stevie Ray Vaughan – Guitar, Vocals . Al Berry – Bass . Larry Aberman – Drums . Doyle Bramhall – Drums . Nile Rodgers – Guitar . Richard Hilton – Organ . Tawatha Agee – Vocals . Frank Simms – Vocals . George Simms – Vocals . Brenda White-King – Vocals . Curtis King Jr. – Vocals . Preston Hubbard – Upright Bass

Production : Produced By Nile Rodgers . Patrick Dillett – Engineer . Jon Goldberger – Engineer, Mixing . John Hampton – Engineer . Richard Hilton – Engineer . Hiro Ishihara – Assistant Engineer . Bob Ludwig – Mastering . Katherine Miller – Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant . Jeff Powell – Assistant Engineer . Nile Rodgers – Mixing . Dave Shiffman – Assistant Engineer . Michael Vasquez – Assistant Engineer

Package : Tony Sellari – Art Direction . Lee Crum – Photography

Recorded In 1990 At Ardent Sudios, Memphis Tn; The Dallas Sound Lab, Dallas Tx And Skyline Studios, Ny.

Released On September 25, 1990 By Epic.


Stevie’s last album shows him doing what he loved — playing blazing guitar, jamming with familyand reveling in his Texas roots. That’s not a bad way to cap off (albeit too soon) an amazing musical career. […]

Rocky_Sullivan @ RateYourMusic
There is plenty of guitars on this album. Although not quite as blistering as say Texas Flood, the album holds my attention despite being slightly dry at times. The last track, “Brothers,” features classic Stevie and Jimmy guitars in sort of a dual. The album is much more laid back from typical Stevie Ray albums and tends to be more like a Jimmy Vaughan album or a Fabulous Thunderbird album. Good stuff, but not the best of either brother. […]

Pop dose
As for the rest of the songs, they are pleasant but mostly forgettable blues rock jams with much too light a touch for them to make a strong impact, at least on me. […]


‘Family Style’ by Jimmie & Stevie Ray Vaughan a.k.a. the Vaughan Brothers


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