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Taj Mahal 22/7/1996

Review

An eclectic bluesman would seem to be a contradiction in terms, but Taj Mahal, who has moved through the worlds of folk, rock, and pop to reach his present categorization, fits the description, and here he takes several pop and R&B oldies that came from blues roots -- "Ooh Poo Pah Doo," "Lonely Avenue," "What Am I Living For?," "Let the Four Winds Blow" -- and returns them to those roots. He also calls in such guest stars as Eric Clapton and Bonnie Raitt, who have more than a nodding acquaintance with the blues, to assist him. The result is progressive blues hybrid that treats the music not as a source, but as a destination. ~ William Ruhlmann
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Lovin' in My Baby's Eyes Taj Mahal 2:37
  3. 2 Cheatin' on You Taj Mahal 3:22
  4. 3 The Hustle Is Om Taj Mahal 2:42
  5. 4 Here in the Dark Taj Mahal 3:10
  6. 5 Fanning the Flames Taj Mahal 4:50
  7. 6 I Need Your Loving Taj Mahal 3:1
  8. 7 Ooh Poo Pah Doo Taj Mahal 4:0
  9. 8 Lonely Avenue Taj Mahal 3:25
  10. 9 Don't Tell Me Taj Mahal 3:48
  11. 10 What Am I Living For? Taj Mahal 2:48
  12. 11 We're Gonna Make It Taj Mahal 2:49
  13. 12 Let the Four Winds Blow Taj Mahal 3:13
  14. 13 (You've Got to) Love Her With a Feeling Taj Mahal 3:49
  15. 14 The Car of Your Dreams Taj Mahal 4:13

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