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About Tasha Taylor

Review: FEELINGBLUES.com (fr) * * * * *
Tasha Taylor (Vocals, guitar, percussions)
Nathan Watts (bass)
John Notto (guitar)
Jon Taylor (guitar)
Don Wyatt (keyboard)
Munjungo Jackson (percussion)
Gerry Brown, Ronald Bruner, and Stanley Randolph (drums)
Jamelle Williams, Matthew DeMeritt, and Lemar Buillary (horns)
Guests: Keb 'Mo', Robert Randolph, Tommy Castro and Samantha Fish

We had the opportunity to hear and see Tasha Taylor during the New Blues Generation Tour (in France). Her new CD allows us to review this artist who seems to have widely progressed and who takes place among the (great) singers we have to reckon with today.

Admittedly this music is for entertainment and for dance, according to her own words ; music in which blues is never far off.

Tasha also have the benefit of a musical accompaniment and of the presence of distinguished guests.

The directory includes various aspects of the African-American music and shows Tasha's implication in the long history of Great Black Music. As far as I'm concerned, this album is a real success and you will certainly listen to it several times.

I loved « Leave That Dog Alone », in which Tommy Castro, magnificent, and Samantha Fish both support the singer on a fascinating rhythm. Another love story which turns out badly: « He wouldn't stop messing around on me. I had to throw is stuff out on the street ». I also loved the sensual « Wheaterman » which incredibly swings, with Tasha's singing « rambling with ease » in a background of riffs and choruses, or also the dynamical « How Long » able to make a paralytic get up and dance. And, as an added bonus, a beautiful guitar part. I don't forget « Wedding Bells » with a very nice sax.

The CD ends with a « Same Old Thing » shared with Castro.

A CD recommended to all Soul, RnB and Blues lovers.
André Fanelli
in Feeling Blues n° 17 www.feelingblues.com
Translated by Jean-Loup Guillot


HONEY FOR THE BISCUIT at Radio and Online:
Stations:
At the Crossroads (syndicated)
Confessing the Blues (53 affiliates)
Smokestack Lightnin' (WUCF and 10 affiliates)
Full Time Blues (3 affiliates)
Roots Music Report (#37 for May 23)
CFRO, CIDG, CKOL, CKUT, KAFM, KLTH, KPFT, KSPQ, KVMR, KZFR, WBFO, WEFT, WFDU, WITR, WIZN, WKKL, WMEB, WMNF, WMWV, WNRN, WPTS, WQJC, WRFG, WSND, WVKR, WWCU, WXCI, WXPN

Online:
KZZK/podcast
Women In Blues
Roxy Perry
Soul of the Blues
Blues Alley
Digital Blues

International:
Croydon Radio Link
SABlues.org - Australia
Radio Krizevci - Croatia
Collectif Radio Blues - France
Dutch Guy - Netherlands

Featured On:
Blues Mobile Link

Reviewed At:
R2 British Music Magazine Link
Blues and More Again Link
Rock 'n' Reel Link
Tracks Link
Jazz 'n' More Link
Jazzthetik Link
The Aquarius Weekly "Rant 'n' Roll" Link

More information on Tasha Taylor
and Honey For The Biscuit is at:
www.tashataylor.com.
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Genres:
Soul-blues
Hometown:
Dallas, Texas

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About Tasha Taylor

Review: FEELINGBLUES.com (fr) * * * * *
Tasha Taylor (Vocals, guitar, percussions)
Nathan Watts (bass)
John Notto (guitar)
Jon Taylor (guitar)
Don Wyatt (keyboard)
Munjungo Jackson (percussion)
Gerry Brown, Ronald Bruner, and Stanley Randolph (drums)
Jamelle Williams, Matthew DeMeritt, and Lemar Buillary (horns)
Guests: Keb 'Mo', Robert Randolph, Tommy Castro and Samantha Fish

We had the opportunity to hear and see Tasha Taylor during the New Blues Generation Tour (in France). Her new CD allows us to review this artist who seems to have widely progressed and who takes place among the (great) singers we have to reckon with today.

Admittedly this music is for entertainment and for dance, according to her own words ; music in which blues is never far off.

Tasha also have the benefit of a musical accompaniment and of the presence of distinguished guests.

The directory includes various aspects of the African-American music and shows Tasha's implication in the long history of Great Black Music. As far as I'm concerned, this album is a real success and you will certainly listen to it several times.

I loved « Leave That Dog Alone », in which Tommy Castro, magnificent, and Samantha Fish both support the singer on a fascinating rhythm. Another love story which turns out badly: « He wouldn't stop messing around on me. I had to throw is stuff out on the street ». I also loved the sensual « Wheaterman » which incredibly swings, with Tasha's singing « rambling with ease » in a background of riffs and choruses, or also the dynamical « How Long » able to make a paralytic get up and dance. And, as an added bonus, a beautiful guitar part. I don't forget « Wedding Bells » with a very nice sax.

The CD ends with a « Same Old Thing » shared with Castro.

A CD recommended to all Soul, RnB and Blues lovers.
André Fanelli
in Feeling Blues n° 17 www.feelingblues.com
Translated by Jean-Loup Guillot


HONEY FOR THE BISCUIT at Radio and Online:
Stations:
At the Crossroads (syndicated)
Confessing the Blues (53 affiliates)
Smokestack Lightnin' (WUCF and 10 affiliates)
Full Time Blues (3 affiliates)
Roots Music Report (#37 for May 23)
CFRO, CIDG, CKOL, CKUT, KAFM, KLTH, KPFT, KSPQ, KVMR, KZFR, WBFO, WEFT, WFDU, WITR, WIZN, WKKL, WMEB, WMNF, WMWV, WNRN, WPTS, WQJC, WRFG, WSND, WVKR, WWCU, WXCI, WXPN

Online:
KZZK/podcast
Women In Blues
Roxy Perry
Soul of the Blues
Blues Alley
Digital Blues

International:
Croydon Radio Link
SABlues.org - Australia
Radio Krizevci - Croatia
Collectif Radio Blues - France
Dutch Guy - Netherlands

Featured On:
Blues Mobile Link

Reviewed At:
R2 British Music Magazine Link
Blues and More Again Link
Rock 'n' Reel Link
Tracks Link
Jazz 'n' More Link
Jazzthetik Link
The Aquarius Weekly "Rant 'n' Roll" Link

More information on Tasha Taylor
and Honey For The Biscuit is at:
www.tashataylor.com.
Show More
Genres:
Soul-blues
Hometown:
Dallas, Texas

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