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

12.11.2019
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  1. "FridayMusic Vinyl presents Boz Scaggs" 1/2 Speed Master from original source tapes Limited Edition ( run) in Texture Classic Gatefold Cover" "Half Speed Mastering at Friday Music Studios Surf City, California June This fine Album is pressed on Gram audiophile Vinyl with a protective poly-lined album sleeve. Enjoy!".
  2. This album features Scaggs' smash blues belter "Loan Me A Dime" and 8 other great tracks. 1/2 Speed Mastered using the original Session Tapes. Boz Scaggs is truly the blockbuster Gram Audiophile release of the year! Remastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso.
  3. Aug 27,  · ‘Boz Scaggs’ at Inside the Making of a White-Soul Classic With help from Duane Allman and Rolling Stone’s Jann S. Wenner, Scaggs settled into Muscle Shoals and crafted the LP that.
  4. Scaggs, Boz - Boz Scaggs - serhyreredvivathopercheapbripenmins.coinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account CDs & Vinyl.
  5. A brief "When the LP was released, Scaggs was listed as the songwriter, but later reissues credit the song to Robinson" and the full title "Somebody Loan Me a Dime" could be tucked in somewhere. It would give the credit due and explain the discrepancy, while sidestepping the unclear lawsuit issues (and hopefully forestalling the pecksniffs).
  6. Feb 21,  · “Loan Me a Dime” Boz Scaggs was the second solo effort by Scaggs. His first record titled “Boz” was a commercial failure. Boz was recorded in Europe in and after the failed attempt Scaggs moved back to the states and began playing with his good buddy Steve Miller again.
  7. Sep 25,  · With the famous Muscle Shoals studio sound, along with some of the finest musicians in the business, Boz and company delivered nine tracks of whack, that have stood the test of time, including one of his most famous works Loan Me A Dime, which hands down opened the doors for a lot of the cross over blues music that is being recorded today/5().
  8. This work -- along with his album eponymously titled "Boz Scaggs," featuring the classic "Loan Me a Dime" -- represents the real, quintessential Boz Scaggs to me. We have many friends in the music business ranging from their early 20s to mid-forties, none of whom were familiar with Boz Scaggs/5(33).

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