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Rising Sons (feat. Taj Mahal & Ry Cooder)


Download links and information about Rising Sons (feat. Taj Mahal & Ry Cooder) by Rising Suns. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:01:35 minutes.

Artist: Rising Suns
Release date: 1992
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:01:35
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No. Title Length
1. Statesboro Blues (featuring Rising Sons) 2:23
2. If the River Was Whiskey (Divin' Duck Blues) (featuring Rising Sons) 2:40
3. By and By (Poor Me) (featuring Rising Sons) 3:31
4. Candy Man (featuring Rising Sons) 2:03
5. 2:10 Train (featuring Rising Sons) 4:09
6. Let the Good Times Roll (featuring Rising Sons) 2:42
7. .44 Blues (featuring Rising Sons) 3:22
8. 11th Street Overcrossing (featuring Rising Sons) 2:11
9. Corrina, Corrina (featuring Rising Sons) 2:55
10. Tulsa County (featuring Rising Sons) 2:41
11. Walkin' Down the Line (featuring Rising Sons) 2:13
12. The Girl With Green Eyes (featuring Rising Sons) 2:13
13. Sunny's Dream (featuring Rising Sons) 3:00
14. Spanish Lace Blues (featuring Rising Sons) 2:12
15. The Devil's Got My Woman (featuring Rising Sons) 3:04
16. Take a Giant Step (featuring Rising Sons) 2:53
17. Flyin' So High (featuring Rising Sons) 3:04
18. Dust My Broom (featuring Rising Sons) 3:03
19. Last Fair Deal Gone Down (featuring Rising Sons) 2:37
20. Baby, What You Want Me to Do? (featuring Rising Sons) 2:54
21. Statesboro Blues (featuring Rising Sons) 2:23
22. I Got a Little (Mono Version) (featuring Rising Sons) 3:22



Their lone single and unreleased album form the core of this 22-track reissue, which features imaginative rearrangements of standards like "Corrine, Corrina," an obscure Dylan cover ("Walkin' Down the Line"), rocking originals, a confident performance of Goffin/King's "Take a Giant Step" (later Mahal's signature tune), and nifty guitar interplay between Mahal and Cooder throughout. Overall, it sounds a lot more like it belongs in 1967-1968 than 1965-1966. This archival release has value above and beyond historical interest.