Different Tacos

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Different Tacos
Compilation album by The Fabulous Thunderbirds
Released 1996
Genre Blues rock
Texas blues
Label Country Town Music
Producer Denny Bruce
The Fabulous Thunderbirds chronology
Roll of the Dice
(1995)
Different Tacos
(1996)
High Water
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Different Tacos is a 1996 live album by Texas-based blues rock band The Fabulous Thunderbirds. The album features a collection of rarities, B-sides and outtakes from their first four albums. It also contains live tracks from various UK tours.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Can't Tear It Up Enuff" (Kim Wilson) – 2:45
  2. "You're Humbuggin'" (Miller, Morgan) – 2:41
  3. "My Babe" (Ron Holden) – 2:24
  4. "Feelin' Good" (Herman Parker) – 5:20
  5. "Found a New Love" (Wilson) – 3:16
  6. "Introduciton of Band by C-Boy Bottom Line Austin" – 0:20
  7. "Bad Boy" (Eddie Taylor) – 3:12
  8. "Scratch My Back" (James Moore) – 5:07
  9. "She's Tuff" (Jerry McCain) – 3:23
  10. "Full-Time Lover" (Jones, Frank Scott) – 4:30
  11. "Introduction of Guest Musicians by Kim Wilson" – 0:35
  12. "Made in the Shade" – 2:41
  13. "Crawl" (Shuler, Victorian) – 2:47
  14. "I Hear You Knockin'" (Miller) – 2:42
  15. "Mathilda" (George Khoury, Huey Thierry) – 3:22
  16. "Someday" – 2:14
  17. "Wait on Time" (Wilson) – 3:10
  18. "I Got Eyes" (Johnny "Guitar" Watson) – 3:05
  19. "Things I Forgot to Do" (Wilson) – 3:02
  20. "Look Whatcha Done" (Magic Sam) – 2:18
  21. "Please Don't Lie to Me" (Wilson) – 2:08
  22. "Pocket Rocket" (Wilson) – 4:46

Personnel[edit]

  • Denny Bruce – producer
  • Kim Wilson – vocals
  • Jimmie Vaughan – Guitar
  • Mike Buck – drums
  • Bill Campbell – rhythm guitar
  • Al Copley – piano
  • Billy Cross – photography
  • Joe Gastwirt – mastering
  • Heather Harris – design, photography
  • Doug James – baritone saxophone
  • Kim King – Engineer
  • Johnny Nicholas – piano, backing vocals
  • Greg Piccolo – tenor saxophone

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