After a long hiatus, veteran Chicago bluesman
Otis Taylor reemerged in the 1990s as one of the most powerful voices of
black America with
Blue-eyed Monster (1996)
When Negroes Walked the Earth (1997) and especially
White African (2001).
Subsequent albums did continued a coherent saga of modern-times black meditation:
Respect The Dead (2002),
Truth Is Not Fiction (2003),
Double V (2004),
Below the Fold (2005)
Definition of a Circle (2007),
Recapturing the Banjo (2008) and
Pentatonic Wars and Love Songs (2009).
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