Blues Gone Gospel
Mary Taylor is off and running full force with Blues Gone Gospel. You can't call it tradition nor comtemporary. Mary has stands in a category all by herself. This has never been done before, taking the blues, which usually brings the message of heart break, no job and just low down. Mary took that same music and changed the words to tells a different story, one that brings you joy, put hope in your heart and makes you feel like dancing. Mary has returned to her heart, gospel, and gosepl it is. Mary Taylor is the first, and only, female vocalist to be snapped up by the long time London based blues and jazz label, JSP Records, for her debut solo blues CD. Mary Taylor joins a long list of JSP label greats like Buddy Guy, Jimmy Witherspoon, New Orleans piano legend Professor Longhair, and more.. (Victim of Love was released with rave reviews worldwide) Read what others say about Mary Taylor James and Lucky Peterson's If You Can't Fix It is the first full-length collaboration by the father/son bluesmen. Features a luminous Southern soul duet with Mary Taylor on Time to Go. 'One of the most energized recordings in the JSP catalog - and one of the year's best releases as well.' Living Blues She's Got It ...Her voice has real presence and she expands energy in a controlled, knowing fashion that many a better-known singer couldn't hope to achieve." Downbeat Magazine Mary Taylor was the unchallenged star of the show...Taylor's mastery of inflection breathes life into the lyrics." Mary Lou Sullivan, Journal Inquirer Her amazing vocal delivery conveys a warm and soft-spoken style that is nevertheless powerful and self-assured... The audiences loved her." Steven Cagle, KVMR Radio, Nevada CA "Mary Taylor 'testifies' like nobody else." Paris Voice, Paris, France.