Monday, April 4, 2016

Taj Mahal & The Phantom Blues Band 2000 Shoutin' In Key - Live







Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:55:44
Size: 127,48 MB

United States

Review by Al Campbell

Recorded at the Mint in Los Angeles in November 1998, Shouting in Key showcases Taj Mahal in a live and electric set with the Phantom Blues Band. Starting off the proceedings with a lazy version of Bill Dogget's classic instrumental "Honky Tonk," the band proceeds to glide through the jazzy Latin-tinged instrumental "Sentidos Dulce," the "Give Me Some Lovin" takeoff "Aint That a Lot of Love," and the B-3 ballad "Woulda Coulda Shoulda."

The eclectic pace for the remainder of the set incorporates folk, soul, and reggae, proving Taj Mahal and his band can achieve the combination effortlessly and sound like they had a good time doing it.

Tracklist:

01 - Honky Tonk 06:19

02 - Ez Rider 03:21

03 - Ain't That A Lot Of Love 03:10

04 - Ev'ry Wind (In The River) 05:15

05 - Stranger In My Own Home Town 02:55

06 - Woulda Coulda Shoulda 03:43

07 - Leavin' Trunk 06:07

08 - Rain From The Sky 03:28

09 - Mailbox Blues 03:49

10 - Cruisin' 03:47

11 - Corrina 03:44

12 - The Hoochi Coochi Coo 03:40

13 - Sentidos Dulce (Sweet Feelings) 06:26





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