Taj Mahal is credited with helping popularize American blues over the course of his five-decade career. Jay Blakesberg/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Taj Mahal: Still Cooking Up 'Heirloom Music' His Own Way
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Taj Mahal On Mountain Stage
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Taj Mahal in Studio on World Cafe 11/28/08
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