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"Texas Flood" is a slow-tempo twelve-bar blues notated in 12/8 time in the key of A flat. It was written by Davis in California in 1955 and is credited to Davis and Duke Records arranger/trumpeter Joseph Scott.How did Stevie Ray Vaughan come up with Texas Flood?
According to Clifford Antone, Stevie Ray Vaughan was introduced to "Texas Flood" by Angela Strehli at Antone's Austin, Texas club, where the three of them worked out the song.What is the meaning of Texas Flood by Miles Davis?
"Texas Flood" is a slow-tempo twelve-bar blues notated in 12/8 time in the key of A flat. Davis wrote it in California in 1955 and the song is credited to Davis and Duke Records arranger/trumpeter Joseph Scott. Nominally about a flood in Texas, Davis used it as a metaphor for his relationship problems:Who sang the song Texas Flood?
"Texas Flood" (sometimes called "Stormin' in Texas" or "Flood Down in Texas") is a blues song recorded by Larry Davis in 1958. It is considered a blues standard and has been recorded by several artists, including Stevie Ray Vaughan, who made it part of his repertoire.