Offered for sale is a limited edition picture disc pressing of Couldn’t Stand the Weather by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, released in 1984.
Couldn’t Stand the Weather, the second album by Stevie Ray Vaughan, takes off where his debut, Texas Flood, left off, and got a lot of airplay from the title track as well as “Cold Shot.”
The album was briefly available in the mid-1980s as a picture disc pressing, though the picture discs didn’t sell particularly well. When Stevie Ray Vaughan unexpectedly died in a helicopter crash in 1990, the picture discs seemingly vanished from the market overnight.
This is the first copy of this record we’ve had in nearly 30 years.
About this copy: This copy of Couldn’t Stand the Weather is a limited edition picture disc, pressed in the U.S. by Epic Records in 1984. The disc is VG++, with a few light scuffs from the heavy vinyl sleeve. It’s possible that it hasn’t been played. The vinyl sleeve retains the original hype sticker listing the song titles. The sleeve has a small 2″ split on one side, as is common with this title.
A nice copy of a terrific album.
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