Tag Archive: Boz Scaggs

Boz Scaggs – Out Of The Blues (2018)

Boz Scaggs - Out Of The Blues (2018)

Boz Scaggs – Out Of The Blues (2018)
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Label: Concord Records | Netherlands | Cat#: 0888072052086 | Genre: Soul, Blues

Out of the Blues is the nineteenth studio album by American singer-songwriter Boz Scaggs. The album, a mixture of vintage classics and four original compositions by close friend Jack “Applejack” Walroth, is the last in a trilogy that began with 2013’s Memphis and continued with 2015’s A Fool to Care.Read More

Boz Scaggs – Out Of The Blues (2018) {WEB Hi-Res}

Boz Scaggs - Out Of The Blues (2018) {WEB Hi-Res}

Boz Scaggs – Out Of The Blues (2018) {WEB Hi-Res}
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Label: Concord Records | Genre: Soul, Blues

Boz Scaggs considers Out of the Blues to be the final installment in a (primarily covers) trilogy that began with 2013’s Memphis and continued with 2015’s A Fool to Care, excellent outings that reflected Scaggs’ desire to reach back into the cradle of inspiration. This set looks back to his 1965 debut album Boz (a solo acoustic covers set released only in Sweden by Polydor) and 1997’s criminally overlooked Come on Home, a woolly, house-rocking collection of (mostly) vintage R&B and soul-blues covers, for its foundation.Read More

Boz Scaggs – My Time: A Boz Scaggs Anthology (1969-1997) (1997)

Boz Scaggs - My Time: A Boz Scaggs Anthology (1969-1997) (1997)

Boz Scaggs – My Time: A Boz Scaggs Anthology (1969-1997) (1997)
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Label: Columbia | EU | Cat#: 487397 2 | Genre: Pop Rock

In his liner notes to the double-disc, two-and-a-half-hour Boz Scaggs compilation My Time: The Anthology (1969-1997), 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 sweet soul singer; the nearly decade-long retrenchment and semi-retirement, and the return to rootsy blues and R&B in Some Change and Come On Home.” Fong-Torres goes on to say that this is not an incorrect way to describe Scaggs’ career, but that there is more unity than it would imply: “in every phase of his career, he has remained faithful to his musical instincts.”Read More

Boz Scaggs – Boz Scaggs (1969) {2013, Audio Fidelity Remastered, CD-Layer & Hi-Res SACD Rip}

Boz Scaggs - Boz Scaggs (1969) {2013, Audio Fidelity Remastered, CD-Layer & Hi-Res SACD Rip}

Boz Scaggs – Boz Scaggs (1969) {2013, Audio Fidelity Remastered, CD-Layer & Hi-Res SACD Rip}
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Total Size: 291 MB (CD-Layer) + 1.80 GB (SACD ISO) + 882 MB (SACD FLAC) | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Audio Fidelity | Austria | Cat#: AFZ 168 | Genre: Pop Rock, R&B

Departing from the Steve Miller Band after a two-album stint, Boz Scaggs found himself on his own but not without support. Rolling Stone publisher Jann Wenner, his friend, helped him sign with Atlantic Records and the label had him set up shop in Muscle Shoals, recording his debut album with that legendary set of studio musicians, known for their down-and-dirty backing work for Aretha Franklin and Wilson Pickett, among many other Southern soul legends.Read More

Boz Scaggs – Silk Degrees (1976) {1990, MFSL, Remastered}

Boz Scaggs - Silk Degrees (1976) {1990, MFSL, Remastered}

Boz Scaggs – Silk Degrees (1976) {1990, MFSL, Remastered}
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Label: MFSL UltraDisc, Japan | Cat#: UDCD 535 | Genre: R&B

Both artistically and commercially, Boz Scaggs had his greatest success with Silk Degrees. The laid-back singer hit the R&B charts in a big way with the addictive, sly “Lowdown” (which has been sampled by more than a few rappers and remains a favorite among baby-boomer soul fans) and expressed his love of smooth soulRead More