|1||Wait On Time|
|6||Wrap It Up|
|8||Learn to Treat Me Right|
|9||I'm a Good Man (If You Give Me a Chance)|
|11||Got Love If You Want It|
|12||That's Enough of That Stuff|
|13||Look At That, Look At That|
|14||Los Fabulosos Thunderbirds|
|15||I Believe I'm In Love|
|17||I Hear You Knockin [Live]|
|18||Ones Too Many|
|20||You Ain't Nothin' But Fine|
|23||Sugar Coated Love|
|24||Last Call for Alcohol|
The Fabulous Thunderbirds are a Grammy-nominated blues-rock band, formed in 1974.
After performing for several years in the Austin, Texas blues scene, the band won a recording contract with Takoma/Chrysalis Records, and later on signed with Epic Records.
Their first two albums, released in 1979 and 1980 with Keith Ferguson on bass guitar and Mike Buck on drums, initially sold poorly, but are now regarded as significant blues recordings. The Thunderbirds' blues style mixed Texas blues with the harmonica laced swamp blues sounds of Slim Harpo and Lazy Lester — both of whom the Thunderbirds covered. The band's third album, Butt-Rockin', released in 1981, took the band closer to old rhythm and blues and added additional musicians playing piano and brass.