Monday, December 28, 2009

Melvin TAYLOR - Plays The Blues For You 1984

Melvin TAYLOR - Plays The Blues For You 1984


Guitarist Melvin Taylor's fluid, smartly constructed solos and understated yet winning vocals are surprises on this 1984 nine-track set recorded for Isabel and recently reissued by Evidence on CD. Taylor is not a fancy or arresting singer but succeeds through his simple, effective delivery of lyrics, slight inflections, and vocal nuances. His guitar work is impressive, with skittering riffs, shifting runs, and dashing solos. Organist/pianist Lucky Peterson is an excellent second soloist, adding cute background phrases at times, then stepping forward and challenging or buttressing Taylor's playing with his own dazzling lines.
By Ron Wynn.
Ray Allison- Drums  
Lucky Peterson- Organ, Piano
Melvin Taylor- Guitar, Vocals  
Titus Williams- Bass
A1 Talking to Anna-Mae, Part 1   4:10
A2 T.V. Mama   3:15
A3 I'll Play the Blues for You   5:19
A4 Born to Loose   2:58
A5 Tribute to Wes   3:20
B1 Cadillac Assembly Line   5:18
B2 Voodoo Daddy   6:32
B3 Talking to Anna-Mae, Part 2   4:10
B4 Groovin' in Paris   3:15

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