Taylor, Alex

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Taylor, Alex - Voodoo In Me Voodoo In Me
Pop New - LP KS 015 King Snake
Sealed 1989 Original Featuring James Taylor, Gregg Allman And Others. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Six Years.... more details
 
Taylor, Alex - Dinnertime Dinnertime
Blues New - LP CP 0101 Capricorn
Sealed 1972 Original. “Alex Taylor's Blues Throat Couldn't Be More Unlike His Singing Siblings, James, Kate And Livingston. As Far Away From A Sensitive Singer/Songwriter As Could Be, Taylor Gives The Blues Treatment To Classics Like Howlin' Wolf's "Who's Been Talkin'" As Well As To Songs By Contemporary Writing Greats, From Randy Newman ("Let's Burn Down The Cornfield") To Bob Dylan ("From A Buick Six"), As Well As By Lesser-Knowns Like Jesse Winchester ("Payday"). With Searing Guitars And Evocative Organ At Work, The Record Serves As A Sampler Of What Was Going On At Muscle Shoals And Ardent Studios In The Early '70s And Captures The Memphis Soul Sound Of The Era.” Denise Sullivan, AMG.... more details
 
Taylor, Alex - With Friends And Neighbors With Friends And Neighbors
Pop New - LP SD 860 Capricorn
Sealed 1971 Gatefold Original. Light Rubbing On Bottom Corners. “1971 Was The Year Of "Taylor Mania" With Mud Slide Slim By James Taylor, Sister Kate's Album On Cotillion, And The Equally Brilliant Liv By Livingston Taylor, On Warner Brothers. Alex Taylor's With Friends And Neighbors Is A Very Good Album, Enjoying The Glow Of His Sibling's Excellent Work, And Emulating Them On The First Side. It's More Pop Than One Would Think, Which All Changes When You Flip The Disc Over To Hear The Bluesy Jams Like On Greg Allman's "Southbound" On Side Two. Acoustic Guitarist's Scott Boyer's "Southern Kids" Is Up There With Some Of James Taylor's Finest Work And With A Plethora Of Guests From King Curtis To Sweet Baby James Himself On "Night Owl," With Friends And Neighbors Stands On Its Own As A Very Listenable And Entertaining Project. There's Not One Original By Alex, But He Does Allow His Musicians To Contribute, Lead Guitarist Tommy Talton Penning "All In Line" While Boyer Gets To Include A Second Composition, "C Song" Which Ends Side One. Bobby And Shirley Womack's "It's All Over Now" Gets A Fun Reading, Not As Classic As The Rolling Stones Or Rod Stewart And The Faces, This One Is Slowed Down And Funky But Has Its Charm, And Utilizes The Same Band As On Brother Livingston Taylor's Liv Album. With The Addition Of Acoustic Guitarist Scott Boyer And Alex Taylor On Vocals, With Friends And Neighbors Is The Bookend Album To Liv That Sister Kate Is To Carole King's Tapestry — Kate Taylor Having Employed The Musicians (And A Couple Of The Songs) From King's Classic 70s Release. What The World Needs Is A Taylor Family Boxed Set With All The Work From Liv, Sister Kate, With Friends And Neighbors And Any Other Material From The Sessions That Gave Birth To This Trio Of Exquisite Recordings. It Doesn't Have The Highs Of A "Get Out Of Bed" Which Livingston Taylor Gave Us, But It Is Consistent And Highly Enjoyable Nevertheless.” – Joe Viglione, All Music Guide... more details
 

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