by Boz Scaggs


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Product Details

Release Date: 03/13/2007
Label: Gray Cat Records
UPC: 0698268400320
catalogNumber: 4003

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Boz Scaggs   Primary Artist,Guitar
Joe Bonadio   Percussion
Nathan East   Bass
Danny Kortchmar   Guitar
Steve Lukather   Guitar,Pedal Steel Guitar
David Paich   Synthesizer,Keyboards
Greg Phillinganes   Piano
Martin Tillman   Cello
Robin Dimaggio   Percussion,Drums,Hand Percussion
Monet   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Boz Scaggs   Arranger
Danny Kortchmar   Arranger,Programming,Producer
Bob Levy   Engineer
Steve MacMillan   Engineer
David Paich   Arranger,Producer
Peter Dennenberg   Engineer
Jeff Sutcliffe   Engineer

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Dig 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Good to hear some horns again. This man has the vocals that will make the hair on your arms stand up. Quite a stylish mixture of R&B and soulful Jazz. Can't help but sing along on ''Miss Riddle''. Glad Boz is back!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
If ever a perfect collection of songs was released, this is it. The tunes are meticulously crafted and show depth in both music and lyrics. Listen again and again and each time, DIG reveals something new. Some numbers blow (''Payday'' ''Miss Riddle'' and more) you away the first time you hear them; others (''Get on the Natch'') grow on you. But every song resonates and each featuress the strong intro and ending Boz Scaggs does so well. And that voice! DIG was worth waiting for and is aptly named because if you dig, much will be revealed.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've got everything he's done, and this is my number 2 pick, silk degrees is still #1 in my heart, I just loved it! Back to his roots and soulful.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Dig is filled with Boz's signature style as both a songsmith and vocalist with a Silk Degrees feel of R&B, jazz and funk elements as well as hip-hop grooves -- Dig is smooth as silk.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This disc is never very far from the player. It's the music that I was yearning for when I found it. I needed this music to make that bridge to what's out there now , from what I know and love from before. The Jazz and R&B story Boz tells in a more techno language this time, still leaving air for the horn to breathe and the guitar to soar through. This is a play it through album that people put their hearts into, you can feel it while it plays. Brilliant.