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Taj MahalBest Of Taj Mahal ... LP
Columbia, Late 70s/Early 80s. Very Good+ ... $8.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has very light wear.)

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Taj MahalBest Of Taj Mahal Vol 1 ... CD
Columbia, Late 60s/Early 70s. Used ... $1.99
... CD
(BMG Direct pressing.)

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Taj MahalBlue Light Boogie ... CD
Private, 1999. Used ... $4.99
... CD
(Out of print.)

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Taj MahalHidden Treasures Of Taj Mahal 1969 to 1973 ... CD
Columbia, Late 60s/Early 70s. Used 2 CDs ... $11.99
A definite treasure from Taj Mahal – especially for fans of his excellent early work for Columbia Records! The first CD in the package features unreleased studio tracks recorded during the glory days for Columbia – not rough cuts or demos, but well-finished gems that offer up the same sublime mix of modes – a bit of blues with plenty of soul – that you'd expect from Taj! Titles include "Shady Grove", "Butter", "Yan Nah Mama Loo", "Chainey Do", "Sweet Mama Janisse", "Ain't Gwaine Whistle Dixie", and "Jacob's Ladder". CD two features more rare treats – a full concert recorded in London in 1970 – never issued before, and really well-produced. Titles include "Runnin By The Riverside", "Big Fat", "Diving Duck Blues", "Bacon Fat", "Tomorrow May Not Be Your Day", and "Checkin Up On My Baby". CD
(Out of print.)

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Taj MahalIn Progress & In Motion 1965 to 1998 (3CD set) ... CD
Sony, Late 60s/1970s/1980s/1990s. Used 3 CDs ... $12.99
... CD
(Out of print.)

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Taj MahalMusic Fuh Ya ... LP
Warner, 1977. Very Good ... $6.99
A sweetly soulful set that has Taj Mahal really trying on some new flavors – yet still keeping things strongly in the bluesy territory of his roots! In addition to the lead vocals and lots of acoustic guitar, the set also features key contributions from Rudy Costa on a range of saxes, plus flute and kalimba too – plus other unusual elements that include steel drums, timbales, and banjo – all of which inflect different moments with freshly playful sounds, and a surprisingly Caribbean vibe at times. Titles include "You Got It", "Sailin", "Truck Driver's Two Step", "Curry", and "The Four Mills Brothers". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch and light wear.)

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Taj MahalMusic Keeps Me Together ... LP
Columbia, 1975. Very Good+ ... $9.99
A bit hipper and less bluesy than some of Taj's other work for Columbia – recorded with his Intergalactic Soul Messengers Band, and a sound that's slyly soulful – and flavored with reggae or otherwise Caribbean influenced rhythms! Music Keeps Me Together has a fairly loose feel, but still with a fluid groove – steering clear of the kitchen sink freewheeling approach that made some of his records kind of a test of endurance – just a fluid mix of soul, island rhythms, and bits rural string touches by Taj. Titles include "Roll Turn Spin", "West Indian Revelation", "My Ancestor", "Dear Ladies", and "Aristocracy". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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Taj MahalNatch'l Blues ... CD
Edsel (UK), 1968. Used ... $3.99
A great title for this second set from Taj Mahal – because the sound here is even more stripped-down and natural than on his first LP! Taj turns in a lot more original tunes this time around – and is in wonderfully comfortable territory with his own lead lyrics, sung alongside his own work on harmonica and steel guitar too. Jesse Ed Davis adds in plenty of great lead guitar, and also handles the rhythm arrangements too – and Al Kooper guests a bit on piano, but like all musicians here is very respectful of Mahal's role as the lead. Titles include "Good Morning Miss Brown", "Done Changed My Way Of Living", "I Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Steal My Jellyroll", "The Cuckoo", and "Ain't That A Lot Of Love". CD

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Taj MahalReal Thing ... CD
Columbia/Legacy, Early 70s. Used ... $4.99
... CD

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Taj MahalSenor Blues ... CD
Private, 1997. Used ... $1.99
... CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Taj MahalRecycling The Blues & Other Stuff ... LP
Columbia, 1972. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Hardly any "recycling" going on here – as Taj Mahal takes bluesy roots and turns them in a whole new direction for the 70s, evolving the music way past the level most other bluesmen were working in at the time! At some level, Mahal's style is far more rootsy than most early 70s blues artists – often more acoustic guitar and percussion than you'd expect – but there's also a looser, freer presentation of the material – opened up a lot more than any delta bluesman from many years back, and often touched with some jazzier inflections on some of the phrasing. Plus, the music here features some unusual elements from time to time – including kalimba, tuba, banjo, and even some backing vocals by The Pointer Sisters. The album was recorded live, with a nicely organic feel – and titles include "A Free Song", "Corinna", "Conch Close", "Kalimba", "Bound To Love Me Some", "Richochet", "Gitano Negro", "Cakewalk Into Town", and "Texas Woman Blues". LP, Vinyl record album
(In the textured cover with a mostly split top seam.)

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✨✧ Taj MahalGiant Step/De Ole Folks At Home ... LP
Columbia, 1969. Very Good 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
... LP, Vinyl record album
(70s pressing. Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ Rising SonsRising Sons Featuring Taj Mahal & Ry Cooder ... CD
Columbia, Mid 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
... CD
(Out of print, punch through barcode.)
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✨✧ Jorge BenAfrica Brasil (180 gram vinyl) ... LP
Philips/Polysom (Brazil), 1976. New Copy (reissue)... $34.99 50.99
A landmark recording that is one of Jorge Ben's best albums ever! The album is a perfect realization of the way that Jorge mixes Brazilian rhythms with choppy Afro grooves – and the result is a masterpiece that yeilded some of his biggest tracks ever. Included here is the great choppy funk track "Ponta De Lanca", plus loads of other goodies like "O Filosofo", "Xica Da Silva", "A Historia De Jorge", and a great remake of "Taj Mahal" – probably his greatest cut ever. Great all the way through – and is a perfect introduction to Jorge Ben if you don't know his work, and an essential addition to your collection if you do! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Jimmy RogersBlues, Blues, Blues ... CD
Atlantic, 1999. Used ... $2.99
The legendary Jimmy Rogers works here with a whole host of famous guest stars – or "all-stars", as they're listed on the label – a lineup that includes Mick Jagger, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Taj Mahal, Stephen Stills, Jeff Healey, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and Lowell Fulson. The guests seem to keep things in all the right spirit – never too much in a rock crossover mode – and titles include "Blow Wind Blow", "Every Day I Have The Blues", "That's All Right", "Bright Lights Big City", "Gonna Shoot You Right Down", "Ludella", "Goin away Baby", and "Don't Start Me To Talkin". CD
(Still sealed. Spine has a cutout notch.)

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✨✧ VariousDisco Giants Volume 16 – 20 Full Length Disco Classics Of The 80s ... CD
Vinyl Masterpiece (Netherlands), Late 70s/Early 80s. New Copy 2CD ... Out Of Stock
This great little series gets even better – as it breaks past the early 80s focus of previous volumes, to include some great 70s gems as well! As before, the focus is less disco than you'd expect – more uptempo soul, which includes some 70s mellow movers and early 80s boogie tracks – all brought together with a great ear for a mostly under-discovered cut! The package features 20 tunes in all – and titles include "Don't You Wanna Make Love" by Carl Carlton, "Do You Really Love Me" by Bryan Loren, "Let's Start The Dance (rmx)" by Bohannon with Perri Johnson, "Friends" by Shalamar, "Keep On Doin Whatcha Doin (12" long version)" by Ty Karim & George Griffin, "Don't Stop" by Asso, "Taj Mahal" by Paulina DaCosta, "Wet My Whistle" by Midnight Star, "Pack Up Your Things & Get Out Of My Life" by TC Curtis, "Way Out" by Dynasty, "Dreamin" by Loleatta Holloway, "Let Love Shine" by Skyy, "Now I'm Fine" by Grey & Hanks, "Make It Up To Me In Love" by Odia Coates, "Half The Day's Gone" by Kenny Lynch, "Stand Up" by Delegation, and "Single Handed" by Haywoode. CD

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✨✧ Jorge BenBen (LP sleeve edition) ... CD
Philips/Dusty Groove, 1972. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A stunner of a record from the mighty Jorge Ben – and a record that catapulted the Brazilian singer to international fame at the time! Ben had already been making magic for almost a decade down in Brazil – and his compositions and grooves left an undeniable impact on the scene in the post-bossa years – but this album has Jorge really emerging as the global soul star he was destined to be – from his powerful stare on the cover, right down to the grit in the grooves! The sound here is a refinement of the samba soul mode that Ben had been brewing up from the late 60s onward – a skittish mix of older samba elements, American soul, and some slight fuller production that really comes into its own here – mixing all the acoustic elements at the core with just a slight electric flourish, but never losing its edge in the process – all to provide Jorge with a sublime backdrop for his really amazing vocals. The set's a monument in funky Brazilian soul – and it includes the huge hit "Taj Mahal", which still sounds great, even after all these years – plus loads of other gems that include "O Circo Chegou", "Domingo 23", "Fio Maravilha", "Paz E Arroz", "Morre O Burro Fico O Homem", and "Que Nega E Essa". A gem all the way through – and a record we'd never part with! CD
(Limited edition of 2000 copies – in a nice LP-styled sleeve!)

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✨✧ VariousBrazil Funk Power – Brazilian Funk & Samba Soul (5 x 7 inch box set) (2020 Record Store Day Release) ... 7-inch
Soul Jazz (UK), Mid 70s. New Copy 5 x 7" ... Out Of Stock
A killer package of work from some of the funkiest years on the Brazilian music scene – that great 70s moment when the nation exploded with fresh sounds borrowed from American artists, then completely changed over by unique instrumental styles and production modes! Some of the work is a bit jazzy – second generation expressions of earlier bossa artists, getting funky – other cuts put the vocals to the forefront, and show the world that Brazil had some pretty great soul singers of its own – and as you can expect with Soul Jazz, the presentation and choice of tracks is superb. Titles include "Trinido Trincando" by Novos Baianos, "Onda" by Cassiano, "Gostava Tanto De Voce" by Tim Maia, "Taj Mahal" by Jorge Ben, "Manha" by Azymuth, "Whistle Stop" by Donato & Deodato, "Meus Filhos Meu Tesouro" by Jorge Ben, "O Comeco Da Festa" by Luiz Gonzaga Jr, and "Nova Dia" by Brazil Ritmo. 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Limited edition 7" single box set!)

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✨✧ Paul Revere & The RaidersRevolution (expanded mono edition – with bonus tracks) ... CD
Columbia/Now Sounds (UK), 1967. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A revolution in sound from Paul Revere & The Raiders – a set that still has some of the party-rocking styles that made them a hit in the 60s, but which also has a hipper, trippier sound at times too! Terry Melcher's really coming into his own as a producer here – and, a bit like with The Byrds, he finds a way to slide in some hipper studio elements to the Raiders' groove – with a bit of session help from Ry Cooder, Glen Campbell, and Taj Mahal – and some nice use of fuzz and echo at times. Mark Lindsay's vocals are great – still with a nice sense of sneer that really brings an edge to the material – and titles include "Upon Your Leaving", "Mo'reen", "Reno", "Him Or Me", "I Hear A Voice", "Ain't Nobody Who Can Do It Like Leslie Can", and "Tighter". CD features 10 bonus tracks – including "Ups & Downs", "Try Some Of Mine", and "Legend Of Paul Revere (unedited version)" – plus stereo mixes of album tracks. CD

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