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  1. Zulull
    EDDIE TAYLOR: Hightone HCD I Feel So Bad - The Blues Of Eddie Taylor CD $ Recorded in Hollywood and Glendale, CA. in the summer of , this tune set features Eddie and Phillip Walker on guitars, the great George Smith, harmonica, David II, sax and percussion, Jimmy Sones, piano, Chas Jones, bass, Johnny Tucker, drums, and Little H. Williams, percussion.
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    Stroll out west () Taylor, Eddie. Beschrijving. Eddie Taylor was considered one of the greatest of all guitarists active during the heyday of Chicago blues scene. However despite featuring on numerous hit records he never had a hit under his own name, he was to be forever in the shadow of the artists he performed with during the period.
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    Biography. Born Edward Taylor in Benoit, Mississippi, as a boy Taylor taught himself to play the johhandhitskadumpmaccausiodohorcowi.xyzinfo spent his early years playing at venues around Leland, Mississippi, where he taught his friend Jimmy Reed to play the guitar. With a guitar style deeply rooted in the Mississippi Delta tradition, Taylor moved to Chicago, Illinois, in Taylor never achieved the stardom of some of his.
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    Eddie Taylor - I Feel So Bad () Written by bluesever Thursday, - Eddie Taylor - I Feel So Bad () 1 I Feel So Bad 2 Jackson Town 3 Stop Breaking Down 4 13 Highway 5 Stroll Out West 6 Sittin' Here Thinkin' 7 Going Upside Your Head 8 Twelve Year Old Boy 9.
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    Bad Boy [Charly Blues Masterworks Vol. 35], a Compilation of songs by Eddie Taylor. Released in on Charly (catalog no. CD BM 35; CD). Genres: Chicago Blues.
  7. Kazizil
    The Delta-rooted mid-'50s Vee-Jay label classics by perennially underrated Chicago guitarist Eddie Taylor, who stepped out of Jimmy Reed's shadow long enough to leave behind "Bad Boy," "Big Town Playboy," "Ride 'Em on Down," the bouncy "I'm Gonna Love You," and several more brilliant sides. Fifteen songs in all, including five from that are scarcely less impressive than his previous stuff.
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    One of the Chicago guitarist's most satisfying contemporary albums, this set (first issued on Advent) was cut not in the Windy City, but in L.A. in , 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.

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