Boz (album)

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Boz
Studio album by Boz Scaggs
Released 1965
Recorded September 30, 1965
Genre Rock
Length 30:35
Label Polydor LPHM46253
Boz Scaggs chronology
Boz
(1965)
Boz Scaggs
(1969)

Boz was Boz Scaggs' debut album, recorded under the name "William R. Scaggs" on September 30, 1965 in Stockholm, Sweden. It was released in Sweden by Karusell Grammofon AB and distributed in Europe by Polydor International. It was never released in any other country, never released in any other format, and went out of print soon after its initial pressings. Neither the entire album nor any individual tracks from the album have ever been reissued.

Album Track listing[edit]

The back of the album jacket lists two songs in the incorrect sequence. This track sequence lists the song titles as printed on the labels on the album itself. The album labels contain many songwriter credit errors. The songwriters listed below are correct.

Side One

  1. "Steamboat" - 2:10 (Buddy Lucas) [Incorrectly listed on the album label as 'Leiber/Stoller']
  2. "Baby Let Me Follow You Down" - 2:19 (Gary Davis) [Incorrectly listed on the album label as 'van Schmidt']
  3. "Girl From The North Country" - 3:33 (Bob Dylan)
  4. "You're So Fine" - 2:07 (Lance Finnie, Willie Schofield) [Incorrectly listed on the album label as 'le Vang']
  5. "Got You On My Mind" - 2:57 (Joe Thomas, Howard Biggs) [Incorrectly listed on the album label as 'Thomas/Briggs']
  6. "That's Allright" - 2:07 (Arthur Crudup) [Incorrectly listed on the album label as 'Allan Lumats']

Side Two

  1. "Hey Baby" - 2:30 (Bruce Channel, Margaret Cobb) [Incorrectly listed on the album label as 'Bruce Chanel']
  2. "Gangster of Love" - 2:19 (Johnny "Guitar" Watson)
  3. "Let the Good Times Roll" - 2:17 (Sam Theard, Fleecie Moore Jordan) [Incorrectly listed on the album label as 'Ray Charles/L. Jordan']
  4. "How Long" - 2:16 (Traditional; arranged by William R. Scaggs)
  5. "Stormy Monday Blues" - 3:38 (Aaron Thibadeaux "T-Bone" Walker)
  6. "C.C. Rider" - 2:22 (Traditional; arranged by William R. Scaggs)

Lyrics[edit]

Boz Scaggs Lyrics & Information