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Taj Mahal - Taj's Blues album flac Performer: Taj Mahal
Title: Taj's Blues
Style: Electric Blues, Country Blues, Folk
Released: 1992
Country: US
MP3 album: 1645 mb
FLAC album: 1177 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: VOC AAC RA AA MIDI AHX ASF
Genre: Blues / Folk and Country

Taj is an album by American blues artist Taj Mahal. The cover photograph was by Robert Mapplethorpe. All tracks composed by Taj Mahal; except where indicated. Everybody is Somebody" (The Mighty Shadow). Light of the Pacific" (Toni Fonoti). 'Deed I Do". "Soothin'" (Jae Mason). Pillow Talk" (Michael Burton, Sylvia Robinson). French Letter" (Toni Fonoti).

Taj Mahal is the debut album by American blues guitarist and vocalist Taj Mahal. Leaving Trunk" (Sleepy John Estes) – 4:51. Statesboro Blues" (Blind Willie McTell) – 2:59. Checkin' Up on My Baby" (Sonny Boy Williamson II) – 4:55. Everybody's Got to Change Sometime" (Estes) – 2:57. EZ Rider" (Taj Mahal) – 3:04. Dust My Broom" (Robert Johnson) – 2:39. Diving Duck Blues" (Estes) – 2:42. The Celebrated Walkin' Blues" (Traditional) – 8:52.

Taj's Blues - Студийный альбом от Taj Mahal. В альбом вошло 12 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 50:37. Leavin Trunk - Taj Mahal with Allman Brothers Band. The Black Crowes - Leaving Trunk - 9/3/1995 - Shoreline Amphitheatre (Official). Taj Mahal - Leaving Trunk. Leaving Trunk - Taj Mahal. TAJ MAHAL leaving trunk.

Señor Blues (Taj Mahal album). Señor Blues is a 1997 studio album by blues musician Taj Mahal, featuring a cover of James Brown's "Think". It won Best Contemporary Blues Album – or Contemporary Blues Recording at that year's Grammy Awards. Queen Bee" (Taj Mahal). Think" (Lowman Pauling). Irresistible You" (Al Kasha, Luther Dixon). Having a Real Bad Day" (Delbert McClinton, John Barlow Jarvis). Señor Blues" (Horace Silver).

Taj's Blues is an entertainingly diverse record, featuring a variety of blues and roots-music styles, all fused together into a distinctive sound of its own. Half of the album is played on acoustic, the other with an electric band (which includes guitarists Ry Cooder and Jesse Davis on a handful of tracks), which gives a pretty good impression of the range of Mahal's talents. It's a good collection, featuring many of his best performances for Columbia, including "Statesboro Blues" and "Leaving Trunk," as well as the unreleased "East Bay Woman.

TAJ MAHAL - Taj's blues. CD album released in 1992.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Leaving Trunk
Bass – James Thomas Drums – Sanford Konikoff*Guitar [Lead] – Jessie Edwin Davis*Guitar [Rhythm] – Ryland P. Cooder*Vocals, Harmonica – Taj MahalWritten-By – Sleepy John Estes
4:48
A2 Statesboro Blues
Bass – James Thomas Drums – Sanford Konikoff*Guitar [Lead] – Jessie Edwin Davis*Guitar [Rhythm] – Ryland P. Cooder*Vocals, Harmonica – Taj MahalWritten-By – W. McTell*
2:56
A3 Everybody's Got To Change Sometime
Bass – James Thomas Drums – Sanford Konikoff*Guitar [Lead] – Jessie Edwin Davis*Guitar [Rhythm] – Ryland P. Cooder*Vocals, Harmonica – Taj MahalWritten-By – Sleepy John Estes
2:56
A4 Bound To Love Me Some
Arranged By, Vocals, Guitar [Steel-bodied National] – Taj MahalWritten-By – Traditional
4:27
A5 Frankie & Albert
Vocals – Pointer SistersVocals, Resonator Guitar [Brass Dobro] – Taj MahalWritten-By – Mississippi John Hurt
3:58
A6 East Bay Woman
Vocals, Guitar [Slide] – Taj MahalWritten-By – T. Mahal*
9:17
B1 Dust My Broom
Vocals, Guitar [Steel-bodied National, F-hole Arch Top] – Taj MahalWritten-By – E. James*
4:29
B2 Corinna
Bass – Gary Gilmore Drums – Earl PalmerGuitar – Jessie Edwin Davis*Piano – Al KooperVocals, Harmonica, Guitar [Steel-bodied National] – Taj MahalWritten-By – J.E. Davis*, T. Mahal*
3:01
B3 Jellyroll
Bass – Gary Gilmore Drums – Earl PalmerGuitar – Jessie Edwin Davis*Piano – Al KooperVocals, Harmonica, Guitar [Steel-bodied National] – Taj MahalWritten-By – T. Mahal*
3:13
B4 Fishin' Blues
Arranged By – T. Mahal*Vocals, Guitar [Steel-bodied National] – Taj MahalWritten-By – H. Thomas*
3:07
11 Sounder Medley: (5:26)
B5.1 Needed Time #2
Whistling, Guitar [Steel-bodied National] – Taj MahalWritten-By – S. Hopkins*
B5.2 Curiosity Blues
Written-By, Whistling, Guitar [Steel-bodied National] – Taj Mahal
B5.3 Horse Shoes
Written-By, Whistling, Guitar [Steel-bodied National] – Taj Mahal
B5.4 Needed Time #3
Whistling, Guitar [Steel-bodied National] – Taj MahalWritten-By – S. Hopkins*
B6 Country Blues #1
Guitar [12-string Slide] – Taj MahalWritten-By – J.E. Davis*, T. Mahal*
2:36

Credits

  • Engineer, Technician [Digital Restoration] – David Mitson
  • Executive-Producer – Gary Pacheco, Lawrence Cohn
  • Photography By – Bob Cato
  • Producer – David Robinson (tracks: 1 to 3, 7, 9, 10, 12), Taj Mahal (tracks: 4 to 6, 8, 11)

Notes

On tracks 8 & 9, drums are credited as "Chuck Blackwood or Earl Palmer"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 07464524654

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CK 52465 Taj Mahal Taj's Blues ‎(CD, Album, Comp) Columbia, Legacy CK 52465 US 1992
471660 2 Taj Mahal Taj's Blues ‎(CD, Comp) Columbia 471660 2 Europe 1992
471660 2 Taj Mahal Taj's Blues ‎(CD, Comp) Columbia 471660 2 Europe 1992
471660 4 Taj Mahal Taj's Blues ‎(Cass, Album) Columbia 471660 4 Europe 1992
CK 52465 Taj Mahal Taj's Blues ‎(CD, Album, Comp, Club) Columbia, Legacy CK 52465 Canada 1992