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Album Review

The New York City singer/songwriter and her co-producer/husband G.E. Smith have created a subtlety more muscular sound than on earlier albums, without ever compromising her winsome voice. The album-opener, "Haley," is radio-friendly, and this is music that deserves to be heard. Just when you think the world doesn't need another version of Paul Seibel's "Louise," Taylor Barton gives it an unexpected south-of-the-border twist. The role-playing on "Code Talk," and the six-minute-plus "Half Moon Bay," are signs that she is stretching herself artistically. This is probably her best album to date.


Born: Baltimore, MD

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

You could easily think of Taylor Barton only as the wife of talented musician/producer G.E. Smith. Considering Barton's own considerable talent, that would be a mistake. Barton is from Maryland, although she became a full-fledged New Yorker. During an appearance on "Saturday Night Live, " she met Smith, the SNL house band's guitarist and music director. Smith would become her husband, producer and partner in independent music label "Green Mirror Music." Barton's first CD, Mean American Dream, was...
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Dry Land, Taylor Barton
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: 2002

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