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(2015/Wolf) 12 tracks. Accompanying Eddie on this latest album is Tony Palmer on 2nd guitar, Greg... more
Eddie Taylor Jr.: Stop Breaking Down
(2015/Wolf) 12 tracks. Accompanying Eddie on this latest album is Tony Palmer on 2nd guitar, Greg McDaniel on bass, Timothy Taylor on Drums, and Harmonica Hinds and Bob Waleso sharing duties on harmonica. In this new set of songs they cover everything from the jazzy Ghetto Woman by B.B. King, in which Eddie sounds stylistically similar to the great Fenton Robinson, to a wonderful rendition of the Jimmy Reed classic, 'Baby What You Want Me to Do,' where Eddie’s guitar sound pays direct homage to his dad. In an effort to adapt to an increasingly younger audience, he has modernized his style by experimenting with different guitar pedal effects. The results are clearly evident on many of his rock-leaning, distorted guitar solos including a very prominent one featured on Doctor Clayton’s 'I Got to Find My Baby.'
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|Taylor Jr., Eddie - Stop Breaking Down CD 1|
|01||I'm a king bee|
|04||Baby what you want me to do (Ode to Jimmy Reed)|
|05||The sky is crying|
|06||I got to find my baby (Before that evenin' sun go down)|
|07||Baby please come home|
|09||You gotta pay the price|
|10||Low down dirty shame (Oooh-wee baby)|
|11||Whiskey headed woman|
|12||Stop breaking down|
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