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Eddie Taylor - Eddie Taylor In Session: Diary Of A Chicago Bluesman 1953-1957 (2016)

18-07-2016, 21:27
Blues | FLAC / APE

Title: Eddie Taylor In Session: Diary Of A Chicago Bluesman 1953-1957
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Jasmine Records
Genre: Chicago Blues
Quality: FLAC | MP3
Total Time: 78:39
Total Size: 253 MB | 188 MB

1. Ice Cream Man (Elmore James) (2:44)
2. Lifetime Baby (John Brim) (3:05)
3. You Don't Have To Go (Jimmy Reed) (3:02)
4. Going Back To Memphis (Sunnyland Slim) (2:54)
5. Devil Is A Busy Man (Sunnyland Slim) (2:49)
6. Shake It Baby (Sunnyland Slim) (2:58)
7. Bassology (Sunnyland Slim) (2:54)
8. School Days (Floyd Jones) (3:11)
9. Ain't Times Hard (Floyd Jones) (3:04)
10. Any Old Lonesome Day (Floyd Jones) (2:55)
11. Tough Times (Elmore James) (3:07)
12. Gary Stomp (John Brim) (2:48)
13. Falling Rain Blues (Little Willie Foster) (2:33)
14. Four Day Jump (Little Willie Foster) (2:09)
15. Bad Boy (2:58)
16. E.T. Blues (2:42)
17. Wheel And Deal (John Lee Hooker) (2:32)
18. Ain't That Lovin' You Baby (Jimmy Reed) (2:12)
19. Ride 'em On Down (2:52)
20. Big Town Playboy (2:56)
21. Dimples (John Lee Hooker) (2:08)
22. You'll Always Have A Home (2:32)
23. Don't Knock At My Door (2:44)
24. You Got Me Dizzy (Jimmy Reed) (2:48)
25. Crawlin' Black Spider (John Lee Hooker) (2:41)
26. I'm Gonna Love You (1:56)
27. Lookin' For Trouble (2:25)
28. Find My Baby (2:16)
29. Stroll Out West (2:29)

Eddie Taylor was considered one of the greatest of all guitarists active during the heyday of Chicago blues scene. However despite featuring on numerous hit records he never had a hit under his own name, he was to be forever in the shadow of the artists he performed with during the period covered by this CD collection. Tracks such as "Ice Cream Man", "Lifetime Blues", "Bad Boy", "Big Town Playboy", "Dimples" exude a real quality and despite them not initially achieving hit status have now quite rightfully gone on to be Chicago blues classics. Eddie Taylor never really achieved the stardom he so richly deserved, he was though a very important element in the sub-genre of Chicago blues and without his presence on so many hit records would have been notably poorer. This great CD set from Jasmine showcases his early contributions and what a great guitarist and musician he was.

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