List of articles in the library
Skip James, Son House, Little Walter, Hound Dog Taylor et al: American Folk Blues Festival, Hammersmith Odeon, London
Live Review by Max Jones, Melody Maker, 4 November 1967
THE BLUES roll on, as we're often told, and last Thursday they rolled up to the shores of Hammersmith in the form of the 1967 ...
Koko Taylor: I Got What It Takes
Review by Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, June 1975
ANYONE WHO maintains that blues is a dead or dying form must not be aware of Alligator Records. This tiny, dedicated company has been operating ...
Koko Taylor: A Blues Belter Bounces Back From Adversity
Profile and Interview by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 6 September 1990
Pop music: Koko Taylor was injured in a van accident and then suffered the death of her husband-manager. ...
Koko Taylor: What It Takes - The Chess Years
Sleeve notes by Don Snowden, Chess/MCA Records, 1991
IT'S ALTOGETHER FITTING that Koko Taylor's first Chess single was I Got What It Takes. Nearly three decades in the blues business--years punctuated by a ...
Review by Ben Edmonds, Rolling Stone, 24 May 2001
A BOUNTY OF classic blues albums has recently become available on CD, fortified with bonus tracks and unissued material. ...
Review by John Morthland, No Depression, 30 April 2007
SEVEN YEARS SINCE her last album, three and a half years after a life-threatening illness, Koko Taylor comes roaring back with an album meant to ...
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