Expanded Double Trouble lineup created Vaughan's most diverse album
Mastered from the original analog tapes by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound
Cut at 45 RPM, 180-gram pressing by Quality Record Pressings
"The new remastering sounds amazing. Better than it ever did. I'm happy and pleasantly surprised." — Chris "Whipper" Layton
The 45 RPM Analogue Productions reissue of Stevie Ray Vaughan's Soul To Soul is so good, as are its 45 RPM companions — Texas Flood and Couldn't Stand The Weather — that they truly represent what Gregg Geller, producer and A&R representative described as "the best replication of the master tapes to date."
Stevie Ray Vaughan's myth making was already complete by the time that his third record in as many years was released in October 1985. But no one could have expected the artistic leaps and additional prowess the guitarist displays on Soul To Soul, a record on which Vaughan added a full-time keyboardist and saxophonist, and dug deep into his native state's musical well for soul, R&B and surf motifs. Vaughan wrote four of Soul to Soul's 10 tracks; two songs were released as singles. The album went to No. 34 on the Billboard 200 chart and the music video for "Change It" received regular rotation on MTV.