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I discovered Lewis Taylor's music about an hour ago. I had heard of him before through friends and the late Aaliyah mentioned him in an interview she did 10 years go right before she passed. So if she dug him I figured I probably would to and I do. He's dope!! Apparently he plays all of his instruments, sings all of his vocals, and writes his own lyrics. The only other artist I can think of with that type of talent is Prince. I'm downloading the CD now and I can hear so many influences including Steely Dan and Queen. We need more artists of this calibre in music today because the BS on the radio kills brain cells. Check Lewis Taylor out and support his music!!

Another Excellent Lewis Taylor Album

"The Lost Album" shows just how sad it is that we probably won't be hearing anything more from the retired Lewis Taylor. If this was any indication of how his musical sensibility was growing and evolving, then we are all missing out on something wonderful. Sound far more acoustic than any of his other efforts, it is compelling from start to finish. There's no other way to described "Hide Your Heart Away" and "Leader of the Band" than as brilliant, beautiful and moving. Yet again, in the way that only Lewis Taylor can, he offers revisions of prior tracks in "Listen Here" and "Send Me An Angel" that are completely fresh. (The acoustic versions of three tracks from his debut are treats in themselves.) And of course, as always, you are always rewarded with patient and repeated listens, especially on tracks like "Let's Hope Nobody Finds Us" and "One More Mystery." While it does not share its sound with other Lewis Taylor albums, it does share one familiar characteristic one would expect from this Brit every time out -- it is an excellent and rewarding listen.

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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