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Taste – Sugar Mama (1969)



Taste – Sugar Mama (1969)

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  1. Rory is great, Peter is great, but to declare one is extremely better than the other is to expose your total rock n' roll immaturity. Do not dis' the Green Manalishi, losers. Post a video of you blowing Peter Green away and I'll believe you, otherwise, so much hot air.

  2. Oh well tell me sugar mama, 
    Where in the world, 
    Where in the world, 
    Where in the world, 
    Where in the world, 
    Where in the world, 
    You get your sugar from. 

    Tell me sugar woman, 
    Where in the world did you get your sugar from. 
    Down in Louisiana, 
    I was workin' on your daddy's, 
    Working on your daddy's, 
    Working on your daddy's, 
    Sugar farm. 

    Owww… 

    You know they're braggin' about your good sugar, 
    You know they're braggin' all over town. 
    You know they're braggin' about your sugar babe, 
    I swear they're braggin' all over town. 

    Come on sweet woman, 

    I like my coffee sweet in the mornin', 
    Woman I'm crazy about my tea at night. 
    I like my coffee sweet in the mornin', 
    You know I love my tea at night. 

    Come on sweet woman, 

    If I don't get my sugar three times a day, 
    Oh darlin' I don't feel right. 

    Sugar mama, sugar mama, sugar,sugar. 

    Woooo…. 

  3. @ Dave Pipe……I can think of plenty of names for that place (RRHOF) but suffice to say, it's always been a "YOU scratch MY back" deal anyway. What I feel is far more relevant to Rory is a place in the Blues Hall of Fame. I also feel the Cork Airport name change would be a wonderful Worldwide tribute to Rory. The signature tally to date is very disappointing 'though, despite the hard work of a few dedicated souls. Hopefully, that may change given such an enormous surge of new or renewed interest in Rory's work. Surely the man has earned that much!

  4. Taste were a magnificent band. Rory's formidable skill cannot be denied but it's wrong to make comparisons. Peter Green was/is a fabulous Blues player too, as was Gary Moore. (And so many others) Indeed, Gary often cited Rory as a huge influence. Music isn't a competition surely? I love so many different genres and artists, Rory just happens to be my favourite. And this band made for quite an introduction. RIP Rory.

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