Mary Taylor Music


COMING SOON in 2011 : "Out of the Box"   and   "Blues Gone Gospel REMIX"

 

 

  Blues....Gone Gospel

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Reviews:

Mary’s performance at Church on the Rock rocked the church! Her duet with gospel superstar Vickie Winans flowed Spirit all over everyone. Praises.
Sword of the Spirti Ministries, New Haven, CT

“Our Mother’s Day Gospel Fest with Mary Taylor was, once again, a huge success due to Mary’s extraordinary gospel vocals. Mary Taylor and our Mother’s Day Gospel Fest are synonymous. She’ll be back next year and so will her crowds of fans.” Black-eyed Sally’s, Hartford, CT

“She’s Got It …Her voice has real presence and she expands energy in a controlled, knowing fashion that many a better-known singer couldn’t hope to achieve.”
Downbeat Magazine

“The audience is always amazed at the depth and range of her vocal abilities.” Greater Hartford Arts Council “Mary Taylor was the unchallenged star of the show...Taylor’s mastery of inflection breathes life into the lyrics.”
Mary Lou Sullivan, Journal Inquirer

“Her amazing vocal delivery conveys a warm and soft-spoken style that is nevertheless powerful and self-assured… The audiences loved her.” Steven Cagle, KVMR Radio, Nevada City

“And rising above it all, the clear but gritty voice of Mary Taylor took it to another level.”
The Advocate

“Mary Taylor ‘testifies’ like nobody else.”
Paris Voice, Paris, France
 
 

Mary Taylor Also appears on:

     


 

Victim of Love

Mary Taylor is the first, and only, female vocalist to be snapped up by the long time London based blues and jazz label, JSP Records, for her debut solo blues CD. Mary Taylor joins a long list of JSP label greats like Buddy Guy, Jimmy Witherspoon, New Orleans piano legend Professor Longhair, and many more. Victim of Love was released with rave reviews worldwide.

     
  If You Can't Fix It James & Lucky Peterson
James and Lucky Peterson's If You Can't Fix It is the first full-length collaboration by the father and son bluesmen. Features a luminous Southern soul duet with Mary Taylor on Time to Go. "One of the most energized recordings in the JSP catalog - and one of the year's best releases as well." Living Blues



     

 
Get Up and Go Johnny Rawls

Featuring Mary Taylor’s Back to You.






     


   C'mon Down to the Delta Dave Thompson "It's hard to pick favorites, but grabbers include ... two Southern soul duets with fellow labelmate Mary Taylor: the Memphis stroller "We Can Make It If We Try" and the dancer "My Baby Won't Change."


     
  Track 16: A Selection of the Best Modern Blues
Various Artists

Featuring Mary Taylor on Better Watch Your Step. Also includes Eddie Kirkland, Phil Guy, Johnny Rawls, Johnny Marshall, Randy McAllister, Richard Boals, and more. For over twenty years JSP has been recording the best, the very best, in authentic modern blues. Consequently, this collection is not mere sample, be an essential overview of the most recent additions to one of the world’s most important blues archives.

     
 
Gorgeous George George Stancell

Mary Taylor is featured on Gonna Keep On. “The joyous call-and-response between Stancell and Mary Taylor is a hot blast from the day's sweet soul music.” Art Tipaldi, The Advocate





     

  Say What You Mean
Phil Guy





     

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