Satisfied 'n Tickled Too

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Satisfied 'n Tickled Too
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Studio album by Taj Mahal
Released 1976
Genre Blues, R&B
Label Columbia
Producer Taj Mahal
Taj Mahal chronology
Music Keeps Me Together
(1975)Music Keeps Me Together1975
Satisfied 'n Tickled Too
(1976)
Music Fuh Ya' (Musica Para Tu)
(1976)Music Fuh Ya' (Musica Para Tu)1976
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Satisfied 'n Tickled Too is the ninth studio album by Taj Mahal and was released on the Columbia Records label.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Satisfied 'n Tickled Too" (Mississippi John Hurt)
  2. "New E-Z Rider Blues" (Mahal)
  3. "Black Man, Brown Man" (Mahal)
  4. "Baby Love" (Mahal, Theodore Life, Bill Greene)
  5. "Ain't Nobody's Business" (Porter Grainger, Everett Robbins)
  6. "Misty Morning Ride" (Rudy Costa)
  7. "Easy to Love" (Ray Fitzpatrick)
  8. "Old Time Song - Old Time Love" (Hoshal Wright)
  9. "We Tune" (Kester Smith)

Personnel[edit]

  • Taj Mahal – lead vocals, acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin, harmonica
  • Hoshal Wright - electric guitar
  • Ray Fitzpatrick - bass
  • Earl "Wire" Lindo - keyboards
  • Rudy Costa - alto and soprano saxophone, clarinet, flute, kalimba
  • Kester Smith - trap drums
  • Kwasi "Rocki" Dzidzornu, Larry McDonald - percussion, congas on "Baby Love"
  • Theodore Life – guitar
  • Carl Larkin - guitar
  • Don Moors - vibes
  • Sam Cox - drums
  • John Turk - keyboards
  • Joachim Young - keyboards
  • Stan Mulelland - bass
  • Rafael Ramirez - congas
  • Rich Myers - alto saxophone
  • Mother's Children - background vocals
  • Andy Narell, Bill Greene - conductor, string and horn arrangement
  • Fritz Heilbron, Gordon Rowley - trombone on "New E-Z Rider Blues"
  • "Sweet" Annie Sampson, Sister Carol Fredricks, Jo Baker - backing vocals on "New E-Z Rider Blues"