The Texas Tornados - Live at Gruene Hall (1992)
The Texas Tornados were a Tex-Mex roots music supergroup:
Freddy Fender was a cross-over success story around the world with hits like "Before the Next Teardrop Falls" and "Wasted Days and Wasted Nights".
Flaco Jiménez has played with acts ranging from the Rolling Stones to Dwight Yoakam. He also is known as the "Father of Conjunto Music" (Flaco plays the Conjunto accordion).
Augie Meyers, the virtuoso of the Vox organ, has shared the stage with the likes of The Allman Brothers Band and Bob Dylan. He's also a member of the Texas Music Hall of Fame.
The late, great Doug Sahm was the leader of the 1960s pop-rock band the Sir Douglas Quintet, with hits such as "She's About a Mover" and "Mendocino" to their credit. Meyers' signature sound on the Vox organ was a prominent feature of the band's sound. Sahm, Meyers and Jiménez are from the San Antonio area. "You've heard of New Kids on the Block?, we're the Old Guys in the Street".
-- Freddy Fender
01. Who Were You Thinking Of ? (Glaser/Gauvin/Pelletier)
02. Hey Baby (Que Paso ?) (Augie Meyers/Bill Sheffield)
03 Laredo Rose (Rich Minus)
04 Soy De San Luis (Santiago Jimenez Snr)
05 Only One (Freddy Fender)
06 Mendocino (Doug Sahm)
07 Wasted Days & Wasted Nights (Freddy Fender/W.Duncan/Meaux)
08 Dedication to Kinky Friedman
09 Is Anybody Going to San Antone (Dave Kirby/Glen Martin)
10 Shes About A Mover (Doug Sahm)
11 96 Tears (Rudy Martinez) > Crazy Crazy Baby (T-Bone Walker) (fades out at start of Crazy Baby) Image: http://i.imgur.com/TeCbO.jpg width=750