Strange Pleasure

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/12/1994
  • Label: Sony Mod - Afw Line
  • UPC: 074645720227
  • Catalog Number: 57202
  • Sales rank: 93,582

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Jimmie Vaughan Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals
Lou Ann Barton Background Vocals
Dr. John Bass, Piano, Tambourine, Vocals
Denny Freeman Piano
Nile Rodgers Rhythm Guitar
Kevin Dorsey Background Vocals
Richard Hilton Keyboards
Curtis Rance King Jr. Background Vocals
George Rains Drums
Joe Sublett Saxophone
Fonzi Thornton Background Vocals
Oren Waters Background Vocals
Bill Willis Hammond Organ
Terry Young Background Vocals
Junior Brantley Piano
Ken Williams Background Vocals
René Martínez Flamenco Guitar
Technical Credits
Dr. John Composer
Nile Rodgers Producer
John Hampton Engineer
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Gary Tole Engineer
Jimmie Vaughan Producer
Mark Burdett Art Direction
Charmaine Neville Composer
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Average Rating 4.5
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Super great!

    This album has so many textures and visits so many musical styles yet stays close to that trade-mark Jimmie sound. He comes out from under his younger brother shadow to offer a new twist to and old sound. He is often times compared to Stevie Ray when their is no comparison at all. they are two unique guitar players in their own right. Jimmie proves that so well with track like "hey Yeah" and "Sweet Soul Vibe".Their is also an intimate version of "Six Strings Down" that pays tribute to his brother. All in all it is fun to listen to if you like contemporary blues. A+

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