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You Rascal You - Taj Mahal - Señor Blues (CD, Album)

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  1. Felabar says:
    Having been a fan of Taj Mahal's first 3 albums for a few years, I for some reason had neglected to pick up any more of his material. It was definitely my loss, as Senor Blues is a phenomenal, eclectic album. The covers of Think and Mr. Pitiful are two of the highlights, along with the Gospel-influenced Lord It's Getting Crazy Up in Here/5(63).
  2. Fenrikus says:
    Aug 04,  · Señor Blues is one of Taj Mahal's best latter-day albums, a rollicking journey through classic blues styles performed with contemporary energy and flair. There's everything from country-blues to jazzy uptown blues on Señor Blues, and Taj hits all of areas in between, including R&B and soul. Stylistically, it's similar to most of his albums, but he's rarely been as effortlessly fun and.
  3. Shanris says:
    about. One of the most prominent figures in late 20th century blues, singer/multi-instrumentalist Taj Mahal played an enormous role in revitalizing and preserving traditional acoustic blues.
  4. Dugrel says:
    Taj Mahal finally recorded his first solo album in , shortly before playing an incredible performance of the Banks/Parker hit, "Ain't That a Lot of Love" on the Rolling Stones' Rock & Roll Circus with the late, great Jessie Ed Davis on lead guitar. Following what his fans believe to be his prime years, Taj Mahal went on to experiment with.
  5. Sadal says:
    Mar 03,  · Señor Blues, an Album by Taj Mahal. Released 17 June on Private (catalog no. 2; CD). Genres: Blues, Electric Blues/5(4).
  6. Zulum says:
    You Rascal You Lyrics: Now I'll be glad when you're dead, you rascal you, uh huh / I'll be glad when you're dead, you rascal you, oh yeah / Well, I let into my home, you gonna leave my woman alone.
  7. Fenriramar says:
    Taj Mahal is the debut American blues album by Taj Mahal. 1. "Leaving Trunk" (Sleepy John Estes) – 2. "Statesboro Blues" (Blind Willie McTell) – 3.
  8. Milmaran says:
    This is an excellent compilation of some of his best recordings from that period. The sound quality is very impressive throughout. There is a wonderful, refreshing purity to the blues on here. If you love proper blues rock, you will love this. Taj Mahal liked to rock 'n' roll too, plus he enjoyed a bit of country stuff/5(91).

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