"Jimmie Vaughan's first solo album includes a subdued country-gospel-blues eulogy for his late brother Stevie Ray in the form of "Six Strings Down," written by Art and Cyril Neville. The bulk of the recording, though, comes in the form of the relentless, Texas-blues rave-ups that made Jimmie the solid rock at the base of the Fabulous Thunderbirds. Dr. John gives a New Orleans shuffle to two songs he cowrote with Jimmie, but more typical is the first single, "Boom-Bapa-Boom," which boasts a hypnotic rhythm perfectly described by its title. Jimmie's refusal to play an unnecessary note makes his grooves irresistible." ~ AllMusic.com
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