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E.T. Blues - Eddie Taylor (2) - Big Town Playboy (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Eddie Taylor: Big Town Playboy (LP, Vinyl record album) - Rare Vee Jay Records material from Chicago bluesman Eddie Taylor – featuring Eddie on guitar a -- .
  2. Read and write album reviews for Eddie "Big Town Playboy" Taylor - Eddie Taylor on AllMusic.
  3. A versatile guitarist and a talented songwriter, Taylor recorded the instrumental "E.T. Blues" and three of his best and most succesful sides in "Bad Boy", "Ride 'Em On Down", and the classic "Big Town Playboy".Reviews:
  4. The Delta-rooted mid-'50s Vee-Jay label classics by perennially underrated Chicago guitarist Eddie Taylor, who stepped out of Jimmy Reed's shadow long enough to leave behind "Bad Boy," "Big Town Playboy," "Ride 'Em on Down," the bouncy "I'm Gonna Love You," and several more brilliant sides. Fifteen songs in all, including five from that are scarcely less impressive than his previous stuff.
  5. Eddie Taylor discography and songs: Music profile for Eddie Taylor, born 29 January Genres: Chicago Blues. Albums include ABC of the Blues: The Ultimate Collection From the Delta to the Big Cities - Special First Edition, Confessin' the Blues, and I Feel So Bad.
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  7. Masters of Modern Blues, an Album by Floyd Jones / Eddie Taylor. Released in on Testament (catalog no. TCD ; CD). Genres: Chicago Blues. Vinyl LP Testament / T Masters of 6 Eddie Taylor - Big Town Playboy. 7.
  8. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Eddie Taylor - Big Town Playboy at Discogs. Complete your Eddie Taylor collection. Country: UK • Genre: Blues • Style: Electric Blues/5(17).
  9. Format: Vinyl This LP, entitled "Southside Blues" by Elmore James, Eddie Taylor, and Jimmy Reed, is a "team-up" LP of several singles by two or three artists that didn't have enough singles at a particular label to justify or fill out an entire album/5(2).
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