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Couldn't Stand The Weather

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Composer Kindred/Clark
Arranger Stevie Ray Vaughan
Artist Vaughan/Double Troub
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Recorded Version (GUITAR)
Catalog # 00690024

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Product Description

Couldn't Stand The Weather Composed by Kindred/Clark. Arranged by Stevie Ray Vaughan. Performed by Vaughan/Double Troub. For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00690024, UPC: 073999657029)

Guitar tab for SRV's legendary second album: Cold Shot · Couldn't Stand the Weather · Honey Bee · Scuttle Buttin' · Stang's Swang · The Things That I Used to Do · Tin Pan Alley · Voodoo Child (Slight Return).

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
COLD SHOT VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB KINDRED/CLARK  
COULDN'T STAND THE WEATHER VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB VAUGHAN,STEVIE RAY  
HONEY BEE VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB  
SCUTTLE BUTTIN' VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB VAUGHAN,STEVIE RAY  
STANG'S SWANG VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB VAUGHAN,STEVIE RAY  
THINGS THAT I USED TO DO,THE VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB JONES,EDDIE  
TIN PAN ALLEY VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB VAUGHAN,STEVIE RAY  
VOODOO CHILD (SLIGHT RETURN) VAUGHAN/DOUBLE TROUB HENDRIX,JIMI  

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