Taj Mahal - Recycling The Blues & Other Related Stuff
Taj Mahal - Recycling The Blues & Other Related Stuff
Taj Mahal - Recycling The Blues & Other Related Stuff
Taj Mahal - Recycling The Blues & Other Related Stuff

Taj Mahal - Recycling The Blues & Other Related Stuff

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Taj Mahal - National steel-bodied guitar, kalimba, banjo, conch, hand claps, upright bass [click here to see more vinyl featuring Taj Mahal]

Howard Johnson - tuba, hand claps (B2)

Pointer Sisters - background vocals (B3,B4)

 

1 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Live

Record Press : Pallas

Label : Pure Pleasure

Original Label : Columbia

Recorded in 1972 ; A1 to B1 were recorded live at Winterland, San Francisco.

Produced by Taj Mahal

Remastered by Ray Staff at Alchemy Soho, London

Originally released in 1972

Reissued in 2006

 

Tracks:

Side A :

1. Conch (Introduction)
2. Kalimba
3. Bound to Love Me Some
4. Ricochet
5. A Free Song (Rise Up Children Shake the Devil Out of Your Soul)
6. Corinna

Side B :

1. Conch Close
2. Cakewalk into Town
3. Sweet Home Chicago
4. Texas Woman Blues
5. Gitano Negro
 

 

Reviews:

« The title Recycling the Blues & Other Related Stuff certainly sums up the album quite well -- that's exactly what Taj Mahal has been doing for several years by this point. The first side features laidback in-the-studio work with some nice gospel-inflected back-up from the Pointer Sisters. The second (and preferable) side offers a good look at Mahal's stage show. » AllMusic Review by Rovi Staff

Taj Mahal was born Henry St. Clair Fredericks in New York on May 17, 1942 After graduating, Mahal moved to Los Angeles in 1964 and, after making his name on the local folk-blues scene, formed the Rising Sons with guitarist Ry CoodeOne 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. Not content to stay within that realm, Mahal soon broadened his approach, taking a musicologist's interest in a multitude of folk and roots music from around the world.

 

Ratings :

AllMusic : 3 / 5 , Discogs : 4.62 / 5 

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