1981-1982Best Texas Recordings

Album of the Year
Joe Ely, Musta Notta Gotta Lotta

2. The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Butt Rockin'
3. Big Boys, Industry Standard
4. Joe Ely, Live Shots
5. Jerryskids, What Can You Say? How Will They Take It?
6. Christopher Cross
7. The Pool, Pool 2
8. Joe "King" Carrasco & the Crowns
9. Delbert McClinton, Plain' From the heart
10. Eaglebone Whistle
11. Uranium Savages, Radio Active
12. Secret Science, Pound Out
13. The Judys, Washarama
14. The Austin Christmas Collection
15. ZZ Top, El Loco
16. Shake Russell & Dana Cooper, Coming Home
17. Dan Del Santo & His Professors of Pleasure, That's Life in the Big City
18. Butch Hancock, Firewater Seeks Its Own Level
19. Kenneth Threadgill, Silver-Haired Daddy
20. Bobby Bridger, Heal in the Wisdom

Best EP
The Standing Waves, Vertigo

2. The Cobras, Caught Live
3. Joe "King" Carrasco & the Crowns, Party Safari
4. The Dicks, Dicks Hate Police
5. The Lotions
6. The LeRoi Brothers, Moon Twist
7. The Inserts, Doctors' Wives
8. Joe Ely, Live Shots Bonus EP
9. The Shades, Ward and June Never Understood
10. The Foams, Paint Me
11. Aviation
12. The Next, Women Should Be Wilder
13. Wommack Brothers, Runaway Heart

Song of the Year
The Pool, Make It Simple

2. D-Day, Right to Know
3. The Skunks, What Do You Want
4. The Offenders, Rockin' the Town
5. Delbert McClinton, Givin' It Up
6. John Reed, The Dillo Shall Rise Again
7. The Explosives, Headhunter
8. The Stains, John Wayne Was a Nazi
9. Mike Runnels, Channel 19
10. D-Day, Too Young to Date
11. Rotunda, Colonel Sanders Thighs
12. Delta, Diagrams of Women
13. The Reactors, It's Not Important
14. Gator Family, Red Pony
15. Christopher Cross, Arthur's Theme
16. F-Systems, People

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