Jimmie Vaughan - Baby, Please Come Home

 (Gold Vinyl)


Label:

Last Music Company

Genre:

Blues

Product No.:
ALMC 213
UPC: 505244201311
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180 Gram Vinyl Record


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180-gram LP

2019 album from the Texas guitarist and singer

Texas guitarist and singer Jimmie Vaughan's new album, Baby, Please Come Home is a rolling and righteous celebration of everything blues music can be. The songs can go up, down, sideways and even off in their own distinctive direction, but one thing is certain, each and every one of them is packed with pure feeling and striking originality.

There is a constant reinvention for musicians like Vaughan, because the blues demands it. And above all else the blues, in the capable of hands of Vaughan and his musical cohorts, is a path to salvation.

"Playing what you feel has always been my main goal," Vaughan says. Considering that the brother of the late, great Stevie Ray Vaughan has had his own career that makes him a living legacy, those are no idle words.

His first group when he was starting high school played Dallas' Hob Knob Lounge six nights a week, learning the kind of lessons that can't be taught. After worldwide success with the Fabulous Thunderbirds during the '80s, it came time to leave that band and build his own path in exploring different approaches to the blues. He did not hesitate. And what Vaughan discovered was that he could take it anywhere; there were no boundaries.

On Baby, Please Come Home, those feelings are played to the hilt by some of Jimmie Vaughan's long-standing musical A-team, including George Rains, Billy Pitman, Ronnie James, Mike Flanigin, Doug James, Greg Piccolo, Al Gomez, Kaz Kazonoff, T. Jarred Bonta, John Mills and Randy Zimmerman. They are joined by guest vocalists Georgia Bramhall and Emily Gimble.

 



Side A:
Baby, Please Come Home
Just A Game
No One To Talk To But The Blues
Be My Lovey Dovey
What's Your Name?
Hold It

Side B:
I'm Still In Love With You
It'S Love Baby (24 Hours A Day)
So Glad
Midnight Hour
Baby, What'S Wrong?

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