Doug Sahm
Genres:
Country, Latin, Pop/Rock
Meta styles:
Alternative Country, Folk/Country Rock, Mexican Traditions, Progressive Country, Rock & Roll/Roots
Styles:
Americana, Blues-Rock, Country-Rock, Progressive Country, Rock & Roll, Roots Rock, Tex-Mex

Douglas Wayne Sahm (November 6, 1941 ? November 18, 1999), was a musician from Texas. Born in San Antonio, Texas, he was a child prodigy in country music, but became a significant figure in blues, rock and other genres. Today Sahm is considered one of the most important figures in what is identified as tex-mex. He was the founder and leader of the 1960s hippie band The Sir Douglas Quintet, and later with Augie Meyers, Freddy Fender and Flaco Jimenez - The Texas Tornados. Sahm was proficient on dozens of musical instruments and was a lifelong baseball fan.

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Inlaws And Outlaws: 1973 Radio Brodcast

Inlaws And Outlaws: 1973 Radio Brodcast

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Year:
2013
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14
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320 kbps
The Return Of Wayne Douglas

The Return Of Wayne Douglas

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Year:
2000
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12
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320 kbps
Day Dreaming At Midnight

Day Dreaming At Midnight

Year:
1994
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12
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320 kbps
Last Real Texas Blues Band

Last Real Texas Blues Band

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Year:
1994
Tracks:
17
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320 kbps
The Return Of The Formerly Brothers

The Return Of The Formerly Brothers

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Year:
1989
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12
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192 kbps
Juke Box Music

Juke Box Music

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Year:
1989
Tracks:
15
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320 kbps
S.D.Q. '98

S.D.Q. '98

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Year:
1988
Tracks:
11
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320 kbps
Back To The 'dillo

Back To The 'dillo

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Year:
1982
Tracks:
12
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320 kbps
Hell Of A Spell

Hell Of A Spell

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Year:
1980
Tracks:
11
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320 kbps
Texas Rock For Country Rollers (Vinyl)

Texas Rock For Country Rollers (Vinyl)

Year:
1976
Tracks:
10
Bitrate:
320 kbps
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