Might Have To Try - Boz Scaggs - My Time (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Feb 04,  · Got into Boz Scaggs via his hit singles like "Lido Shuffle", "Lowdown" and the well-covered track "We're All Alone" and thought he'd sold out with "Hollywood" Never owned any of his early albums and always wanted to/5(77).
  2. Backing Vocals – Boz Scaggs, Dorothy Morrison, Linda Tillery Bass – David Brown (10) Drums – George Rains Engineer – Roy Halee Guitar – Boz Scaggs Horns – Bob Ferreira, Jim Rothermel, Mel Martin, Tom Harrell Keyboards – Joachim Young Producer – Boz Scaggs, Roy Halee Written-By – A. Green* A5: Might Have To Cry/5(4).
  3. But My Time comes in close behind as an album to be remembered from the days before the world knew who Boz Scaggs was. For it is on this album that Scaggs burnishes his growing reputation as a first-rate soul balladeer. Though at the time of this recording Scaggs did not yet have a national reputation, he can hardly have been called an unknown/5(19).
  4. My favorites are Dinah Flo, Might Have To Cry, Freedom For the Stallion, and the tasty title cut. Though the CD offers no bonus cuts, it does come with a booklet of lyrics in English and in Japanese. The Japanese must really like the music of Boz Scaggs as they have come through with reissues of his other out-of-print CDs.5/5(6).
  5. Sep 09,  · My Time, an Album by Boz Scaggs. Released in September on Columbia (catalog no. KC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blue-Eyed Soul. Featured peformers: Boz Scaggs (guitar, vocals, producer), Ethan Russell (photography), Anne Garner (design)/5(3).
  6. In his liner notes to the double-disc, two-and-a-half-hour Boz Scaggs compilation My Time: The Anthology (), Ben Fong-Torres writes, "There are those who, charting Boz's career, identify specific phases: rock and roll with [Steve] Miller; the early solo albums, which were as much country and blues, and pop and jazz, as they were rock; the Slow Dancer/Silk Degrees stage, of Boz as.
  7. Boz Scaggs travels with talent to spare. You knew that listening to the early Steve Miller albums. But then Boz split. He resurfaced briefly a while ago, providing some back-up on Mother Earth's second release, and now Boz has emerged from his own session in Muscle Shoals—and it must have .
  8. Jul 24,  · In Boz Scaggs released his first album in the U.S. (he had released a sort of "busker" album in Sweden a few years earlier that barely sold). This Self-Titled U.S. album didn't sell much either, but after Boz hit the big time in , Atlantic remixed it (in ) apparently moving Duane Allman’s guitar to the fore among other things.
  9. Vinyl Record and Rare LP Resource Ideal For Serious Collectors An Instrument, Developing At Times A Rough, Bluesy Quality And Slipping Further And Further Into A Jazz-Like Slur. The Album, Which Features Steve Winwood And Chris Wood Of Traffic, As Well As Long Time Cohort Danny Thompson, Balances Smoldering Tunes Like "Ways To Cry" And.