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You must do yourself a favor and get this record sit back and let the music take you away!
This is a terrific find for Mahal's fans, providing insight into both his studio process and the musical alchemy he brought to the stage.
Taj Mahal albums are always great to listen to and this one of his earlier years is no exception.
a very good collection of Taj Mahal music and terrific musicians with him. I would recommend this music to anyone that enjoys Taj Mahal and just good music. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jerry M. Welch
Taj Mahal albums are always great to listen to and this one of his earlier years is no exception. The man is wonderful to hear in person. Check this out.Published 19 months ago by Shreimer
great to hear these tracks from one of my favorite periods of taj's music... and great to have more jesse ed davis to listen to as well. reccomended...Published 21 months ago by mark karan
I got this for my Dad for Christmas. He loves it, but I've never heard it before so I can't really say anything else about it.Published 23 months ago by **lumpyspaceprincess**
This contains music from my favorite time period in Taj's career. I particularly like the studio stuff, the version of "you ain't no street walker..." is awesome.Published 23 months ago by Kurt Plunk
You couold not hear him speak or introduce the songs. I few were good, but sinc I just have a DVD player in car, it's kind of frustrating.Published on December 24, 2012 by Susan Burt
Taj has always been a chameleon of sorts. He has been able to transcend style to make whatever he touches his own. There are some real gems on this record. Read morePublished on November 22, 2012 by gavalos
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