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Dancing the Blues

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Taj Mahal 9/14/1993

Review

Taj Mahal has always been a more inclusive, eclectic musician than even some admirers understand; his work was never simply or totally blues, even though that strain was at the center and seldom far from anything he performed either. That's the case with this newest collection, a 12-song set that includes splendid covers of Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf tunes, but also equally respectful, striking renditions of soul standards such as "Mockingbird," with special guest Etta James, and "That's How Strong My Love Is." There are also strong Mahal originals like "Blues Ain't Nothin'" and "Strut," with Mahal singing and playing in his wry, delicate, yet forceful way. ~ Ron Wynn
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Blues Ain't Nothin' Taj Mahal 4:13
  3. 2 Hard Way Taj Mahal 2:53
  4. 3 Strut Taj Mahal 3:41
  5. 4 Going to the River Taj Mahal 6:32
  6. 5 Mockingbird Taj Mahal 3:58
  7. 6 Blue Light Boogie Taj Mahal 4:4
  8. 7 The Hoochi Coochi Coo Taj Mahal 2:58
  9. 8 That's How Strong My Love Is Taj Mahal 3:9
  10. 9 Down Home Girl Taj Mahal 3:42
  11. 10 Stranger in My Own Home Town Taj Mahal 2:44
  12. 11 Sitting on Top of the World Taj Mahal 3:31
  13. 12 I'm Ready Taj Mahal 3:43
  14. 13 I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) Taj Mahal 2:45

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