1994-1995Best Texas Recordings

Album of the Year
Jimmie Vaughan, Strange Pleasure

2. Storyville, Bluest Eyes
3. Soulhat, Good to be Gone
4. Don Walser's Pure Texas Band, Rolling Stone from Texas
5. Kathy McCarty, Dead Dog's Eyeball
6. Michele Solberg
7. Robert Earl Keen, Gringo Honeymoon
8. Johnboy, Claim Dedications
9. Hamell on Trial, Big As Life
10. Bad Livers, Horses in the Mines

Best EP
Timbuk3, Looks Like Dark To Me

2. Soulhat, Too Gone to be Good
3. High Noon, Texas Style
4. Ian Moore, Live in Austin
5. Little Sister, Free Love, Nickel Beer
6. Spoon, The Nefarious EP
7. Jimmie Dale Gilmore/Mudhoney
8. Doghouse, Number 3 Combo
9. Teen Titans, More Songs Less Music
10. Splinter
11. Apaches of Paris, Four Tales of Renegade Souls

Best Single
Storyville, "Bluest Eyes"

2. Soulhat, "Bonecrusher"
3. Roky Erickson, "We Are Never Talking"
4. Gomez, "Growing Up Gomez"
5. Banana Blender Surprise, "Leftover Lunch"/"Chester"
6. Cherubs/Fuckemos, "Do You Wanna Dance?"/"Shoefly"
7. Tish Hinojosa, "Destiny's Gate"
8. Sons of Hercules, "Tight Fit"
9. Retarded Elf, "What Up, G?"
10. Pork, "All Kindsa Girls"

Best of the Year
Best Performing Bands
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