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Made in Texas

by Murali Coryell

A Texas Music Explosion Featuring Murali Coryell-Guitar/Vocals, Augie Meyers-Piano/Organ, Paul Oshcer-Harmonica, Ernie Durawa-Drums, Chris Alcaraz-Bass, Speedy Sparks-Bass, Peggy Stern-Keyboard, Austin Horns, plus exclusive live track with Larry Coryell.
Genre: Blues: Texas Style
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1. Herman Wright (Live)
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2. Fear
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3. Big Love
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4. Ain't It a Shame
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5. Call the Fire Department
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6. C & J Cafe
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7. I Got It Bad
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8. Woman Don't Lie
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9. I Pity the Fool
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10. Satan's Woman
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11. All I Ever Needed
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12. Wichita Lineman
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the first CD I have done since my father passed away. If anybody has lost a parent they know it is a life-changing experience. Often it causes us to reflect upon what our parents left us even after they are gone. This record is dedicated to my mom and dad may they be happy in Heaven together. People I want to thank in the making of this record. Guy Ragsdale for transportation and roadie support. Good friend Zach Brown. Chris Alcaraz for playing bass and for the use of his Fender Deluxe Reverb amplifier. Paul Oscher harmonica, piano and contributing his song Satan’s Woman. Joe Morales, Alto saxophone. Jimmy Shortell-trumpet. Russell Remington tenor saxophone. Peggy Stern vocals and keyboards. Speedy Sparks bass, Augie Meyers on piano and organ, thanks for contributing the song “all I ever needed”. David Hamburger on pedal steel guitar. House mates, Steve and Buddy. While I was in college in upstate New York I went to visit my dad who showed me a video of the then newly formed supergroup The Texas Tornados on Austin City Limits. Never in my wildest imagination would I have thought I would end up playing with many members of this classic group. Drummer Ernie Durawa being a great musician and friend but also my Texas dad. All of this never would’ve been possible without the encouragement of Ernie since we met over 20 years ago both of us teaching music at the now defunct National Guitar Workshop in Chicago and he said that I should “come to Austin”. He has also been instrumental in helping me choose songs and musicians with whom to collaborate. At the last moment before going to production, I received permission to use a recording of my father and I performing his only live version of “Herman Wright” courtesy of Daniel Meza and Engineer Trevor Thorpe.
Murali Coryell plays Fender Electric Guitars and Amplifiers, Martin acoustic guitars, D’Addario Strings and uses Sennheiser microphones
Ernie Durawa would like to thank Evans Drum Heads, Paiste Cymbals, Innovative Percussion Drum Sticks and Yamaha Drums.

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