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Taj Mahal Lyrics

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Taj Mahal Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Scratch My Back
2 Never Let You Go
3 Slow Drag
4 Diddy Wah Diddy
5 New Ez Rider Blues
6 Fishin' Blues
7 Easy To Love
8 Black Man Brown Man
9 Wild Ox Moan
10 I Can Make You Happy
11 Blackjack Davey
12 Hello Josephine
13 Strong Man Holler
14 You Don't Miss Your Water ('Till Your Well Runs Dry)
15 Oh Susanna
16 Satisfied & Tickled Too
17 Baby Love
18 Fishing Blues
19 That's How Strong My Love Is
20 Old Time Song Old Time Love
21 The Calypsonians
22 (Ain't That) a Lot of Love
23 We Tune
24 Take a Giant Step (Live)
25 Annie's Lover
26 Ain't Nobody's Business but My Own (live)
27 West Indian Revelation
28 Rockin' Robin
29 The New Hula Blues
30 Ain't That a Lot of Love?
31 Clara (St. Kitts Woman)
32 Frankie and Albert
33 Truck Driver's Two-Step (live)
34 Shake Sugaree
35 Light Rain
36 Statesboro Blues
37 Zanzibar
38 Ain't That a Lot of Love
39 Corinna
40 Stagger Lee (Live)
41 What Am I Living For?
42 Going Up to the Country, Paint My Mailbox Blue (live)
43 Big Legged Mamas Are Back In Style Again (Lee)
44 Built For Comfort
45 She Caught the Katy and Left Me a Mule to Ride
46 TV Mama
47 Ain’t That a Lot of Love
48 It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry
49 Need Your Lovin'
50 Freight Train (live)
51 EZ Rider
52 Feets Don't Fail Me Now
53 Cakewalk Into Town
54 Ain't That a Lot of Love
55 Diving Duck Blues (Live)
56 Texas Woman Blues
57 Ain’t That a Lot of Love?
58 Blue Light Boogie
59 Sweet Home Chicago - W/The Pointer Sisters
60 Lovin' in My Baby's Eyes
61 Ain't That a Lot of Love
62 Lonely Avenue
63 You Ain't No Street Walker Mama, Honey but I Do Love the Way You Strut Your Stuff (Live)
64 Leaving Trunk
65 Ain't That a Lot of Love
66 Betty and Dupree
67 Little Sally Walker
68 Queen Bee
69 Ain't That a Lot of Love
70 Going up to the Country and Paint My Mailbox Blue (Live)
71 You're Gonna Need Somebody On Your Bond
72 Think (Live)
73 Function At The Junction
74 Blues Ain't Nuthin'
75 Cake Walk Into Town
76 Ain't That a Lot of Love
77 Hard Way
78 Fishin' Blues (Live)
79 Don't Call Us
80 Willie And The Hand Jive
81 Señor Blues
82 Tear This Cabin Down
83 Further On Down The Road
84 Ain't That a Lot of Love
85 Johnny Too Bad (Live In Chicago)
86 Desperate Lover
87 Johnny Too Bad
88 Irresistible You
89 She Caught the Katy and Left Me a Mule to Ride - Live
90 Ain't That a Lot of Love
91 Don't Tell Me
92 Ain't Nobody's Business But My Own (Live In Chicago)
93 Catfish Blues
94 Stagger Lee
95 Sophisticated Mama
96 Honky Tonk Women
97 You Don't Miss Your Water ('Til Your Well Runs Dry)
98 Ain't That a Lot of Love?
99 Freight Train
100 Truck Driver's Two-Step (Live In Chicago)
101 The Banana Boat Song
102 Take This Hammer
103 Oh Lord, Things Are Gettin' Crazy Up In Here
104 New Stranger Blues - Bonus Track
105 Ain't That a Lot of Love
106 Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now
107 Farther On Down the Road (You Will Accompany Me) [Live In Chicago]
108 Mind Your Own Business
109 Shake A Tail Feather
110 I Miss You Baby
111 Having a Real Bad Day
112 Ain't That a Lot of Love
113 Ain't Nobody's Business If I Do
114 Ain't That a Lot of Love
115 Take a Giant Step
116 Freight Train (Live In Chicago)
117 Mind Your Business
118 Brown Eyed Handsome Man
119 You Rascal You
120 Ain't That A Lot Of Love
121 Misty Morning Ride
122 Ain't That a Lot of Love
123 Nobody's Business But My Own
124 (You've Got To) Love Her With A Feeling
125 21st Century Gypsy Singing Lover Man
126 Ain't That a Lot of Love
127 Ain’t That a Lot of Love?
128 I Can't Help Myself (Sugarpie Honeybunch)
129 Coconut Man
130 Farther On Down the Road (You Will Accompany Me)
131 Follow The Drinking Gourd
132 At Last (I Found a Love)
133 Dust Me Down
134 Ain't That a Lot of Love
135 Ain't That a Lot of Love
136 Johnny Too Bad (live)
137 Strut
138 Think
139 Mr. Pitiful
140 Farther On Down The Road

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Taj Mahal Bio

Henry Saint Clair Fredericks (born May 17, 1942), who uses the stage name Taj Mahal, is an internationally recognized blues musician with two Grammy Awards to date who folds various forms of world music into his offerings. A self-taught singer-songwriter and film composer who plays the guitar, banjo and harmonica (among many other instruments), Mahal has done much to reshape the definition and scope of blues music over the course of his almost 50 year career by fusing it with nontraditional forms, including sounds from the Caribbean, Africa and the South Pacific.

Born Henry Saint Clair Fredericks on May 17, 1942 in Harlem, New York, Mahal grew up in Springfield, Massachusetts. Raised in a musical environment, his mother was the member of a local gospel choir and his father was a West Indian jazz arranger and piano player. His family owned a shortwave radio which received music broadcasts from around the world, exposing him at an early age to world music. Early in childhood he recognized the stark differences between the popular music of his day and the music that was played in his home.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taj_Mahal_%28musician%29