Taj Mahal The Real Thing 1971

The Real Thing is a live album by Taj Mahal.

It was recorded at the Fillmore East, New York on February 13, 1971.

Taj Mahal The Real Thing

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Songs On Taj Mahal The Real Thing

  1. Fishin’ Blues – 2:57
  2. Ain’t Gwine to Whistle Dixie (Any Mo’) – 9:11
  3. Sweet Mama Janisse – 3:32
  4. Going up to the Country and Paint My Mailbox Blue – 3:24
  5. Big Kneed Gal – 5:34
  6. You’re Going to Need Somebody on Your Bond – 6:13
  7. Tom and Sally Drake – 3:39
  8. Diving Duck Blues – 3:46
  9. John, Ain’t It Hard – 5:30
  10. She Caught the Katy and Left Me a Mule to Ride – 4:08
  11. You Ain’t No Street Walker Mama, Honey but I Do Love the Way You Strut Your Stuff – 18:56

Playing on the album are:

Taj Mahal – Vocals, Harmonica, Steel Guitar, Banjo, Flute
John Hall – Electric Guitar
John Simon – Piano
Bill Rich – Bass
Greg Thomas – Drums
Kwasi “Rocky” Dzidzournu – Congas
Howard Johnson – Tuba, Flugelhorn, Saxophone
Bob Stewart – Tuba, Flugelhorn, Trumpet
Joseph Daley – Tuba, Trombone
Earle McIntyre – Tuba, Trombone

This is a wide-ranging blues album that’s a lot of fun and is packed with charm as Taj Mahal proves that he can whistle much better than me. Who would have thought we’d ever have four tubas on a blues album!

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