Austin Music Awards More 1987-1988 Best Texas Recordings Best Single: Omar & the Howlers, "Hard Times in the Land of Plenty" Best Tape: Glass Eye, Glass Eye Best EP: Teddy & the Tall Tops, Crazy Date Album of the Year: Joe Ely, Lord of the Highway

Austin Music Awards › 1987-1988 › Best Texas Recordings ›

Song of the Year: Omar & the Howlers, "Hard Times in the Land of Plenty"

2. Joe Ely, "Lord of the Highway"
3. Joe Ely, "My Baby Thinks She's French"
4. Raging Saint, "Raging Saint"
5. Big Bam Boo, "This Might Be the Big One"
6. Timbuk 3, "All I Want For Christmas (Is World Peace)"
7. The Reivers, "In Your Eyes"
8. The Reivers, "Secretariat"
9. Ernie "Sky" Gammage, "Absolutely Positively Austin"
10. Rhythm Rats, "I Wanna Spend the Night with Vanna White"

More awards for Omar & the Howlers, "Hard Times in the Land of Plenty"

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