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9 Replies to “ Loan Me A Dime (Part 2) - Boz Scaggs - Boz Scaggs (8-Track Cartridge, Album) ”

  1. Recorded at Muscle Shoals Sound Recorders, Jackson Highway, Muscle Shoals, Alabama. MO on center label codes for Monarch pressing plant. Songwriting credit for "(Somebody) Loan Me a Dime" is incorrectly attributed to Boz Scaggs ("W. R. Scaggs").
  2. referencing Boz Scaggs, CD, Album, RE, RP, I have this very similar CD, only differences are: 1) matrix runout: [WEA Mfg. Olyphant logo] X 3 RE-1 M1S3 CI.
  3. Boz Scaggs is a Grammy-winning, chart-topping blues, jazz, and R&B singer/songwriter and performer. He served as guitarist and occasional lead singer with the Steve Miller Band in the s, and in the '70s gained fame with several solo Top 20 hit singles in the United States, including the hits "Lido Shuffle" and "Lowdown" from the critically acclaimed multi-platinum proto-disco breakthrough.
  4. Feb 02,  · PDT San Francisco-- The year-old son of singer Boz Scaggs died early New Year's Eve morning in San Francisco from .
  5. Boz Scaggs, over decades, has been a multi-talented musician. Scaggs has excelled not only in rock, but pop and R&B, as well as jazz. Boz Scaggs went more main stream in Silk Degrees and other albums, but he is most respected in jazz as well as rhythm and blues. One would have to consider him right up there with the really great artists of.
  6. For me, this was a fantastic listen. Boz Scaggs is definitely a multifaceted artist and this album proves that. Great songwriting and arrangements, much different than his later releases. Probably my favorite album of his, followed by Moments. Favorites: I'll Be Long Gone, Finding Her, and Loan Me a Dime.
  7. Boz Scaggs. William Royce "Boz" Scaggs (born June 8, ) is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist. He gained fame in the s as a guitarist and occasional lead singer with the Steve Miller Band and in the s with several solo Top 20 hit singles in the United States, along with the #2 album.
  8. Jul 02,  · Galadrielle Allman in her excellent book "Please Be With Me A Song For My Father Duane Allman" quotes Boz Scaggs as saying "the first time we did it, it lasted twent-five minutes and everybody thought it was a gas, they trouped back in and did it again, and we ended with about forty minutes of 'Loan Me A Dime' and we wanted to use at least twenty minutes of it, but we had to use the shorter.
  9. This is a good purchase to infill your Boz Scaggs collection. This album has a jazzy pop smooth sound with strong hints of folk, blues and country. Listening to Moments, you can clearly see where Boz is headed toward Silk Degrees and can tell where he's coming from since his first solo album/5(39).

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