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Taj's Blues

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Taj Mahal 6/16/1992

Review

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." ~ Thom Owens
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Leaving Trunk Taj Mahal 4:48
  3. 2 Statesboro Blues Taj Mahal 2:56
  4. 3 Everybody's Got to Change Sometime Taj Mahal 2:54
  5. 4 Frankie and Albert Taj Mahal 3:56
  6. 5 Bound to Love Me Some Taj Mahal 4:27
  7. 6 East Bay Woman Taj Mahal 9:17
  8. 7 Dust My Broom Taj Mahal 4:29
  9. 8 Corrina Taj Mahal 3:0
  10. 9 Jellyroll Taj Mahal 3:12
  11. 10 Fishin' Blues Taj Mahal 3:5
  12. 11 Sounder Medley: Needed Time #2/Curiosity Blues/Horse Shoes/Needed Tim Taj Mahal 5:26
  13. 12 Country Blues No. 1 Taj Mahal 2:36

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