Loan Me A Dime - Boz Scaggs - Boz Scaggs (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Limited gm vinyl LP pressing. Boz Scaggs is the second studio album by musician Boz Scaggs, originally released in by Atlantic Records. A stylistically diverse album, Boz Scaggs incorporates several genres, including Americana, blue-eyed soul, country, and rhythm and blues/5().
  2. to the extended minute blues workout "Loan Me a Dime," which functions as much as a showcase for a blazing Duane Allman as it does for Boz. But even with that show-stealing turn, and even with the Muscle Shoals musicians giving this album its muscle and part of its soul, this album is still thoroughly a showcase for Boz Scaggs ' musical.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Boz Scaggs on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - SD • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • .
  4. The original version of "Loan Me a Dime" was a forty-minute jam session, which was shorted to the twelve minute version on Boz Scaggs. The lyrics on the final track, "Sweet Release" contrast the pessimistic themes found on the rest of the album. Scaggs sings about the necessity in the redemptive power of music.
  5. Aug 01,  · But the standout track is the long one: a minute blues lament called “Loan Me a Dime.” Forget that Scaggs delivers only an uncharacteristic so-so vocal performance on it. Forget that he covered this Fenton Robinson song and tried unsuccessfully to pass it .
  6. Mar 29,  · Scaggs wrote two songs for the former - the low-key "Baby's Callin' Me Home," and "Steppin' Stone," one of the few straightahead rockers on an LP that sounds very much of its time (for better or for worse). Six months after the release of its debut album, the band returned with its sophomore set, Sailor, which would be its last including Scaggs.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Monarch Pressing Vinyl release of Boz Scaggs on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - SD • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Monarch Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Country Rock/5(4).
  8. Aug 25,  · What bothered me most about this album was Boz took writer's credit for Somebody Loan Me A Dime which is a Fenton Robinson song. and the black blues artist was still getting ripped off. It was taken to court but I don't remember what the settlement was but I do know that writers credit was restored to Fenton.
  9. The album's other beauties and sweet C&W moments multiply. (Only "Finding Her," with its precious lyrics and Moonlight Sonata piano, falters; and it's rescued by Duane Allman's slide guitar magic at the end.) But the peak of the disc is the minute "Loan Me a Dime." Most extended cuts—face it, folks—are a drag. Can't be sustained.

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