The Natch'l Blues - Taj Mahal

The Natch'l Blues

Taj Mahal

  • Genre: Contemporary Blues
  • Release Date: 1999-06-10
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12
  • ℗ Originally Recorded 1968 & Released 2000, Originally Released 1968, (P) 2000 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

The Natch'l Blues ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Good Morning Miss Brown Taj Mahal 3:16
Corinna Taj Mahal 3:02
I Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Steal Taj Mahal 3:13
Going Up to the Country, Paint Taj Mahal 3:37
Done Changed My Way of Living Taj Mahal 7:03
She Caught the Katy and Left M Taj Mahal 3:28
The Cuckoo Taj Mahal 4:14
You Don't Miss Your Water ('Ti Taj Mahal 4:25
Ain't That a Lot of Love Taj Mahal 4:01
The Cuckoo Taj Mahal 3:19
New Stranger Blues Taj Mahal 5:39
Things Are Gonna Work Out Fine Taj Mahal 3:17


  • It's Taj Mahal....what else do you need to know?

    By JRMTactical
    How to explain....if you are a true BLUES fan than you must never be without Taj Mahal in the collection. From Leadbelly to Stevie Ray Vaughan and collection is complete without his stuff. This is one of his best!
  • Must have

    By waydown
    Taj at his best. Great album, never gets old.
  • Excellent

    By BertLarry
    Get the "ol' folks at home too". Earthy, creative and varied. BTW : Could itunes store provide band members names and original liner notes? Taj Mahal - harmonica, Miss "National" steel bodied guitar, vocals Jesse Ed Davis - guitar, piano, brass arrangements Gary Gilmore - bass Chuck Blackwell - drums Al Kooper - piano Earl Palmer - drums
  • Taj Mahal -- A Legitimate National Treasure

    By Bill103
    This album made the blues accessible to a lot of people. He took Delta blues and made it rock without turning it into rock and roll. Taj Mahal is a great historian of music and an excellent musician. He hears music in what most of us take for granted.
  • Fundamental Taj

    By A Foul Odor
    The first set of albums from Taj Mahal are all fantastic, but there is something special about this one. It gets right to the root of Delta Blues and adds several little brilliant twists.
  • Taj

    By Song ying
    Bought this album when I was 16,still lovin it at 60 hard to find better
  • Taj at his best

    By Lworks
    This is serious stuff. Rockin and groovin. Taj has never sounded better and the band is smokin! Great album!
  • Don't Forget Jesse Ed Davis

    By zerothedog
    I'm an American Indian from OK. This album and the "One Step Closer" album has a slide guitarist named Jesse E Daivs on these and other Taj Mahal LP's. Jesse Ed was a Kiowa Indan from OK and was a successful session musician for all the top names in the business including Erice Clapton and George Harrison on his Live at Bengladish album and played with BB King. He even has a bootleg CD he recorded with John Lennon in CA.
  • just buy it right now

    By CoolFreeHardBeBop
    i love this one...hard to believe it's 40 years ago, but it still is among the best modern blues records since 1968. taj really goes into all kinds of blues and shuffles and his supporting cast is great too...jessie ed davis on guitar,,,wow, very cool indeed.
  • Sure nuff!

    By tony cordaro
    My, that sure am some sweet tastin music...