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samedi 21 novembre 2015

Let The Good Times Roll



Taj Mahal (vocals, harmonica, guitar, piano)
Ry Cooder (vocals, 6- and 12-string guitar, mandolin, slide and bottleneck guitar, dobro)
Jesse Lee Kincaid (vocals, guitar)
Gary Marker (bass)
Kevin Kelley (drums, percussion)

This band released one single only while in existence: “Candy Man” backed with “The Devil’s Got My Woman”. The 20 remaining recordings were officially released in 1992 on this CD. But an 18 track unofficial CD was released earlier on ISRAPHON ISR 009.

1. Statesboro Blues (2:26)
2. If The River Was Whiskey (Divin' Duck Blues) (2:42)
3. By And By (Poor Me) (3:33)
4. Candy Man (2:05)
5. 2:10 Train (4:11)
6. Let The Good Times Roll (2:44)
7. 44 Blues (3:24)
8. 11th Street Overcrossing (2:13)
9. Corrine, Corrina (2:57)
10. Tulsa County (2:43)
11. Walkin' Down The Line (2:15)
12. Girl With Green Eyes (2:15)
13. Sunny's Dream (3:02)
14. Spanish Lace Blues (2:14)
15. The Devil's Got My Woman (3:07)
16. Take A Giant Step (2:56)
17. Flyin' So High (3:06)
18. Dust My Broom (3:05)
19. Last Fair Deal Gone Down (2:39)
20. Baby, What You Want Me To Do (2:56)
21. Statesboro Blues (2:25)
22. I Got A Little (3:22)

Artwork Included. Posted by searnav


1 commentaire:

Feilimid O'Broin a dit…

Thank you for posting one of my favorite albums with two of my favorite artists. Ry Cooder is a musician of all trades and Taj Mahal, a singer and musician whom I have followed for forty seven years since my parents gave me, a fourteen year-old, Mahal's "Happy To Be Just Like I Am" for Christmas, has taken the blues in so many different directions while still respecting tradition. Merci beaucoup.