1985-1986Best Texas Recordings

Album of the Year
Stevie Ray Vaughan, Soul To Soul

2. Big Guitars From Texas, Trash, Twang, and Thunder
3. Zeitgeist, Translate Slowly
4. Dino Lee, King of White Trash
5. Skank, I Never Said That
6. Bands on the Block compilation with Doctors' Mob, Wild Seeds, Go Dog Go, True Believers, Zeitgeist, Pez, etc.
7. Killer Bees, Scratch the Surface
8. Bobby Mack and Night Train
9. Butch Hancock and Marce Lacouture, Yella Rose
10. Doctors' Mob, Headache Machine
11. Kirk Whalum, Floppy Disc
12. Lonnie Mack, Strike Like Lightning
13. Glitch Sampler: Ten Austin Groups in Black & White
14. Hickoids, We're Only In It For the Corn
15. Tex Thomas and the Danglin' Wranglers, Dare To Dangle
16. Big Boys, No Matter How Long the Line Is At the Cafeteria, There's Always a Seat
17. Tailgators, Swamp Rock
18. The Sweaters
19. Charlie Sexton, Pctures For Pleasure

Best EP
Windows, Now Under New Ownership

2. Extreme Heat
3. Randy Franklin
4. Dan Del Santo, Make It Right
5. Poison 13, First You Dream, Then You Die
6. Roky Erickson, Clear Night For Love
7. Butthole Surfers, Cream Corn
8. Rudi Dadd, Rudi's Dead
9. Texas Instruments, More Texas Instruments
10. Joe "King" Carrasco, Viva San Antone
11. LeRoi Brothers, Fight Fire With Fire
12. Scratch Acid

Best Single
Sarah Brown, "Four Hours Sleep"/"Bad Boy's Pride"

2. Mike Alvarez, "The Night I Watched You Sleep"
3. Ponty Bone, "Texas Jumbo Shrimp"/Frio City Road Polka"
4. Omar & the Howlers, "Border Girl"
5. Stevie Ray Vaughan, "Change It"/"Little Sister"
6. Junior Brown, "Gotta Get Up Every Morning"/"Too Many Nights in a Roadhouse"
7. Elouise Burrell, "Cream Always Rises"/"Singer in a R&B Band"
8. Charlie Sexton, "Beat's So Lonely"
9. Appels, "Tricia"/"I'll Be There Tonight"
10. 51/50, "A Matter of Time"/"New Beginnings"
11. Richard Patureau & the Bayou Bandits, "Never Liked to Waltz Anyway"/"Boudreaux's Daughter"
12. Commandos, "Psycho"/"May Baby Loves Monster Movies"
13. Jimmie Gilmore Band, "She's All Grown Up"/"Honky Tonk Masquerade"

Song of the Year
Omar & the Howlers, "Border Girl"

2. Charlie Sexton, "Beat's So Lonely"
3. SRV and Double Trouble, "Change It"
4. Bobby Mack and Night Train, "Piece Of My Heart"
5. Roky Erickson, "Don't Slander Me"
6. Dino Lee, "Everybody Get Some"
7. Zeitgeist, "Things Don't Change"
8. SRV and Double Trouble, "Say What"
9. Dan Del Santo, "Love Will Make It Right"
10. Richard Patureau & the Bayou Bandits, "Never Like to Waltz Anyway"

Best of the Year
Best Performing Bands
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