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Album Review

One of the Chicago guitarist's most satisfying contemporary albums, this 1972 set (first issued on Advent) was cut not in the Windy City, but in L.A. in 1972, with a combo featuring Phillip Walker on second guitar and George Smith on harp. Eddie Taylor was no strict traditionalist; he was as conversant with funk-tinged modern rhythms as with Delta-based styles, and he exhibits both sides of his musical personality on this one.

Biography

Born: 29 January 1923 in Benoit, MS

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

When you're talking about the patented Jimmy Reed laconic shuffle sound, you're talking about Eddie Taylor just as much as Reed himself. Taylor was the glue that kept Reed's lowdown grooves from falling into serious disrepair. His rock-steady rhythm guitar powered the great majority of Reed's Vee-Jay sides during the 1950s and early '60s, and he even found time to wax a few classic sides of his own for Vee-Jay during the mid-'50s. Eddie Taylor was as versatile a blues guitarist as anyone could ever...
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I Feel So Bad, Eddie Taylor
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Blues, Music, Electric Blues
  • Released: 1972

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