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Superlative!

Buy this and you will not be disappointed. One of my favourites albums of the past decade I had the chance to see one of his last live shows in London and again it was pure brilliance. All tracks have luscious melodies throughout with perfect arrangements. Sure there are nods to greats gone by (Wilson, Wonder, Lennon etc) but sit back and enjoy one of the most under-rated artists ever to come out of the UK

Top 10 of all time!

I bought this on CD when it came out back in 1996. And I still listen to it on a regular basis.
All the comparisons (Wilson, Gaye, etc) only hint at this guys brilliance, and the well crafted left-of-field melodies and sounds only highlight the genius of this album. This was a critics dream when released, but never quite reached the heights it deserved. Such a shame he no longer releases music, and devastated I never got to see him play live!

Slow burner

Was it intended as a concept album? Was it something else? Nevertheless this is one of the greatest soul albums of the past 35 years. Dark, emotive, midnight soul. Written by one of the real musicians. A creative force. Sometimes the space is just as important as the notes that surround it.
I wonder what he'll do next?

Biography

Born: London, England

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s

Neo-soul multi-instrumentalist Lewis Taylor began his professional career as guitarist for the re-formed Edgar Broughton Band before stalking the limelight on his own under the pseudonym Sheriff Jack, and later under his given name. Despite outspoken support from heavyweights such as Elton John, David Bowie, Jools Holland, Paul Weller, and others, as well as critical support, Taylor never found mass public scrutiny but has even remained below the radar of much of the underground listening public....
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