Tag: Deep In The Heart of Texas Music
Two masterful country singers take one of the best songs by one of the best Texas singer-songwriters; a hit ensues.
A lovely little song from a psych-folk singer who shone briefly and then quietly slipped back into the ether.
The beginning stages (and brief beginning phase) of Secret Machines, this short-lived trio offered up some great psych-rock over the course of two records.
Houston’s Fever Tree released a very promising, exciting debut album, one that would influence another great album….
A crispy, crunchy little b-side from Austin’s Spoon. You might have missed this song. Rectify that, now.
Spend some time with Houston’s Josefus. It’s primal heavy metal, unlike anything coming out of Texas in 1970. Still kicks ass 45 years later.
Though he left behind little over a dozen songs, mysterious gospel singer and preacher Washington Phillips’ music lives on today.
A sublime, deeply moving performance from Stars Of The Lid, one of the most beautiful experimental bands to come from Texas.
A twenty-year old song that has lost absolutely NONE of its power, from a band that’s still as red-hot as they were when they started.
A fine slab of garage rock/pseudo British Invasion pop, and the first hit for Texas legend Doug Sahm.