Koko Taylor - Queen Of The Blues mp3 album
Koko Taylor (born Cora Anna Walton, September 28, 1928 – June 3, 2009) was an American singer whose style encompassed Chicago blues, electric blues, rhythm and blues and soul blues. Sometimes called "The Queen of the Blues", she was known for her rough, powerful vocals. She left Tennessee for Chicago in 1952 with her husband, Robert "Pops" Taylor, a truck driver
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Album · 1985 · 10 Songs. South Side Lady (Blues Reference (recorded in France & Netherlands 1973)).
koko taylor-queen of the blues-wynonie mr blues harris-oh babe-mint vinyl Condition: Used. Time left: 3d 18h 57m 53s. Ships to: Worldwide. Koko Taylor - Queen of the Blues Condition: Brand New. Time left: 3d 20h 22m 42s. The best album by Koko Taylor is I Got What It Takes which is ranked number 15546 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 84. Koko Taylor album bestography. Higher ranked (51,381st) This album (65,162nd) Lower ranked (65,162nd) Old School Queen Of The Blues Queen Of The Blues. Listen to Queen Of The Blues on YouTube. YouTube videos will return here shortly. Queen Of The Blues track list.
Queen of the blues - keeping Koko alive in Sydney/Australia. Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy If I Can't Be First · Koko Taylor Force Of Nature ℗ 1993 Alligator Records & Artist Mgmt youtube. Koko Taylor Queen of the Blues. 2 August 2017 ·. Recorded in Chicago, IL.
Taylor had initially been reluctant to record the song on the grounds that she thought it risqué, but the combination of her powerful delivery and the bell-like guitar work of Buddy Guy propelled their recording to classic status. We’ll tell you what’s true. You can form your own view. Although temporarily sidelined by a near fatal road accident in the late 80s, Taylor proved a battler. She toured exhaustively with her band, Blues Machine, continued to record and appeared in both David Lynch's offbeat Wild at Heart (1990) and Blues Brothers 2000 (1998), a futile attempt by director John Landis to tap into the cult success of The Blues Brothers (1980).
Koko Taylor, one of the few female singers to achieve success in the competitive world of Chicago blues, died on Wednesday in Chicago. She was 80. She died of complications following surgery for gastrointestinal bleeding, said Marc Lipkin, director of publicity for Alligator Records, her label since 1975. Ms. Taylor had undergone a similar operation in late 2003 but recovered fully and was performing again by the following spring
|A2||Beer Bottle Boogie||3:33|
|A3||I Cried Like A Baby||5:11|
|A4||I Can Love You Like A Woman (Or I Can Fight You Like A Man)||3:48|
|B1||Something Inside Me||3:43|
|B4||I Don't Care No More||3:08|
|B5||Come To Mama||4:44|
- Bass – Johnny B. Gayden*
- Drums – Ray "Killer" Allison*
- Guitar – Albert Collins (tracks: B2), Criss Johnson, Lonnie Brooks (tracks: B3), Son Seals (tracks: B4)
- Harmonica – James Cotton (tracks: A1, B3)
- Keyboards – Professor Eddie Lusk
- Tenor Saxophone – Abb Locke (tracks: A2, A5)
- Vocals – Koko Taylor
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