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Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Taylor Hicks: What'd I Say

A very cool cover of Brother Ray's great hit from the 1950s, by Taylor Hicks.

11 comments:

cher said...

Thanks Bluesman......we love us some Taylor!!!

juliegr said...

WOOOO!

Good stuff to kick the morning off -- Taylor Hicks and LMBO performing a Ray Charles standard with gusto. :)

Thanks, bluesman.

Anonymous said...

Now that was fun!

Carolyn said...

Love it! The energy and talent on that stage with Taylor and LIMBO is awesome. Thanks for sharing this one!

Kris said...

Thanks Bluesman for another great video!

Anonymous said...

What a pleasure to come here & get a 'taste of Taylor' with 'lip-licking LiMBO'! It's always such a delight to see how Taylor never forgets his Friends & the Soul Patrol!
Thanx for your continual support of our Soul Man!!! WOOOOOOO
Gr8fulheart checking out!

Anonymous said...

Generally Im not fond of audience filmed vids of performances, but this is good. One thing w/Taylor Hicks is you never know where the performance is going to go. He often gets hotter/wilder as it progresses! So never never never not watch it all the way through. Often starts slower and then just might go nuts further along. Wow factor is always possible! Love this guy.

Anonymous said...

Taylor Hicks live performances are such a treat. I can't wait to see him in concert again. I'm betting his next CD (done his way) is going to be something that would make Ray proud of him.

KimLoree

Anonymous said...

One of my favorites Taylor does with Limbo, love the call and response. Great song great energy!! thanks

Anonymous said...

Love to see this man entertain. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

What can I say but Taylor has brought so much joy back into the lives of many. When we nearly had given up on real music; Taylor made his entrance!
Thank you Taylor for taking that last step!