Recapturing the Banjo - Otis Taylor

Recapturing the Banjo

Otis Taylor

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2008-02-05
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14

  • ℗ 2008 Telarc International


Title Artist Time
Ran So Hard the Sun Went Down Otis Taylor 3:52 USD 0.99
Prophets' Mission Otis Taylor 3:34 USD 0.99
Absinthe Otis Taylor 4:22 USD 0.99
Live Your Life Otis Taylor 3:38 USD 0.99
Walk Right In Otis Taylor 4:01 USD 0.99
Bow-Legged Charlie Otis Taylor 4:25 USD 0.99
Hey Joe Otis Taylor 4:33 USD 0.99
Hey Liza Jane Otis Taylor 2:44 USD 0.99
Five Hundred Roses Otis Taylor 4:14 USD 0.99
Les Oignons Otis Taylor 3:26 USD 0.99
Deep Blue Sea Otis Taylor 2:21 USD 0.99
Simple Mind Otis Taylor 4:23 USD 0.99
Ten Million Slaves Otis Taylor 4:10 USD 0.99
The Way It Goes Otis Taylor 2:56 USD 0.99


  • Public Enemy Introduced these guys to me

    By rsjonesco
    I have to say I had never heard of these guys until the movie "Public Enemy" came out a few years. The are really good and it is nice see that the banjo has not disappeared into history.
  • Ringtone

    By Cjgoff
    How can I get this song as a ringtone? I have the iPhone 5. Please help. Thanks
  • Not your grandpap's banjo

    By Mountain Mater
    I make old time banjos and am one of the woefully stereotyped white Applachians mentioned in the above review. A friend sent me this CD and truthfully I was prepared to listen to it one time and add it to the shelf. NOT! It is so refreshing to hear the banjo so masterfully incorperated into the rock/blues genre. Tradition is great but I also applaud and enjoy creativity!
  • Awesome!!!!!!

    By Kentucky Proud
    Just an amazing album, featuring banjos in a blues NOT bluegrass venue! Did I mention I love it.
  • Refined & Raw @ The Same Tyme

    By JayDeeBig3
    Seein the J. Depp movie, Public Enemies, and hearing an unknown tune, "Ten Million Slaves", I had to hunt the song and artist down. The way the song was edited in the movie, I thought it was just a song part of the original score. Thank god I was wrong. I'm now a big fan of Taylor's. On another note, upon hearing the newest Neil Young album, Lé Noise, I noticed a song from that album, "Someone's Gonna Rescue You", is eerily similar to Ten Million Slaves.
  • Nasty letter?

    By xXShuddupalready!Xx
    The only thing missing was nasty letter.
  • Banjo is Great

    By Beth350
    This is a delightful collection of music featuring the banjo. It is upbeat, lively and I am thoroughly enjoying it. I would definitely recommend it to fans of blues, blue grass and folk genres.
  • Otis Taylor

    By el harpista
    The only negative with iTunes is that the original CD is recorded in HDCD and sounds better on a player with that than does MP3.
  • My ears have heard real music!

    By LOLitsNoah
    This album is AMAZING!!! I mostly listen to Rock and Classic Rock, but this album changed my taste in music. I love jazz now because of this!
  • Becoming a HUGE fan!

    By Gilley1020
    I first heard Otis Taylor's song "Nasty Letter" at the end of "Shooter" with Mark Wahlberg. I listed to that song MANY times. Tonight I tagged a song at the end of "Justified" on FX channel. Only after a few strums I knew it was Otis Taylor, and immediately loved the song without hearing more than a minute (Ten Million Slaves). I went to iTunes and started playing the other songs on the disc, bought it immediately. $10 for one great song is worth it to me. Now I have 14! I am a blues fan and this takes it to a new level. Something about this music gets me super motivated and singing along, strongly reccommend people to give it a try and diversify their music collection. Besides "O' Brother Where Art Thou" soundtrack, this will be the only Banjo music in my collection!