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Steve Taylor’s dreamy, folky, solo songs recall a long lost time when most everybody wore their hair long. “Reality” opens his 2008 solo debut with a strolling rhythm, handclaps, vocal harmonies, and some soulful backing vocals provided by Dina Howard (who has also played with Farmer Dave Scher). Where many of today’s California canyon-rock enthusiasts look back on bygone twang for inspiration, Taylor’s love for all things Laurel and Topanga is more rooted in the singer/songwriters of the era such as Carole King, David Crosby, and James Taylor. But there’s also a deep love for Memphis soul as evidenced by “Felicity” which sounds a little like Shuggie Otis recording for Stax. The title-track resonates with sun-flared AM radio gold of the early 1970s as vintage tones warble from an old Wurlitzer while acoustic six-strings intertwine with the watery notes of a lazy electric slide guitar under Taylor crooning like a young Graham Nash.

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Go Steve!

very nice!


Love felicity and mystery I just wish there were more songs like them.

Is this guy Christian??

I've been trying to find out


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Sometimes referred to as the "clown prince of Christian music," singer/guitarist Steve Taylor was one of the first to bring sarcasm and satire to Christian music. Roland Stephen Taylor was born on December 9, 1957, in Brawley, California, but was raised in Denver, Colorado. Taylor didn't begin singing seriously until his college career, when, in 1979, he was first of the 100 chosen from 20,000 applicants for John Davidson's summer camp; Taylor spent a month learning from the likes of Tony Orlando,...
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