Taj Mahal - The Natch'l Blues - 1968 Psych Blues - Sealed 180 Grm LP

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Taj Mahal - The Natch'l Blues

Cat. #: CS 9698
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, 180 Grm
original release 1968
Released:20 Apr 2013
Style:Country Blues, Chicago Blues


A1 Good Morning Miss Brown
A2 Corinna
A3 I Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Steal My Jellyroll
A4 Going Up To The Country, Paint My Mailbox Blue
A5 Done Changed My Way Of Living

B1 She Caught The Katy And Left Me A Mule To Ride
B2 The Cuckoo
B3 You Don't Miss Your Water ('Til Your Well Runs Dry)
B4 A Lot Of Love

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Copyright (c) – Columbia Records
Record Company – Sony Music Entertainment


Bass – Gary Gilmore (2)
Cover [Cover Art] – Anna Hornisher
Drums – Chuck Blackwell, Earl Palmer
Engineer – Sy Mitchell
Guitar, Piano, Arranged By [Brass Arrangements] – Jesse Edwin Davis*
Harmonica, Steel Guitar [Miss "National", Steel-bodied Guitar], Vocals – Taj Mahal
Photography By [Back Cover Photo] – Bob Cato
Piano – Al Kooper
Producer – David Rubinson

remains, a lesson in how to re-energize and re-interpret a type of music without losing sight of the traditions within. Taj, with the invaluable help of his tight and funky band, particularly the late, great, guitarist Jesse Ed Davis, just tears his way effortlessly through any manner of blues you care to name.

Country blues ? "She Caught The Katy" is a whipsaw romp through an old Yank Rachael tune with Taj showing his considerable harp skills to good effect.

How about some soul? "You Don't Miss Your Water" is the finest version of this soul standard

I have ever heard and there's some good ones out there too.
A little rock in your sock? "Ain't That A Lotta Love", a horn powered stroll through Bobby Bland territory, will put it there for ya.

Taj has gone on through his illustrious career to explore many other types of music and it's all been first rate, but for sheer youthful fun and exuberance you can start right here.

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Condition New
Format LP, 180 Gram
Label Columbia
Color Black