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1. Rain So Hard
2. Little Willie
3. Lee And Arnez
4. It's Done Happened Again
5. Past Times
6. She's Ice In The Desert
7. Hands On Your Stomach
8. Harry, Turn The Music Up
9. Ain't No Cowgirl
10. Babies Don't Lie
11. Coffee Woman
12. Think I Won't

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Expect The Unexpected für kaum einen anderen Künstler trifft diese Charakteristik wohl so zu, wie für Otis Taylor.Nach einem Album über Liebeslieder (Art. Nr. 08083690) und einem zum Thema Banjo (Art. Nr. 08083667), beweist Otis Taylor einmal mehr seine enorme kreative Schaffenskraft: Für sein brandneues Album Clovis People, Vol. 3 begibt er sich auf Zeitreise in seine eigene (musikalische) Vergangenheit. Auslöser zu diesem Album waren Fundstücke nahe seines Anwesens in Boulder Colorado, die auf mehr als 13.000 Jahre alt geschätzt werden. Das faszinierte mich meine Musik reicht nur zehn Jahre zurück, aber der Gedanke, dass diese Menschen wahrscheinlich über mein Grundstück zu der Zeit gelaufen sind lies in mir die Idee aufkommen, wie es wäre, die Geschichten der Vergangenheit neu zu erzählen. Gesagt, getan. Unter Mithilfe seines Freundes Gary Moore mittlerweile Stammgast auf Taylor s Alben sowie der Pedal Steel-Legende Chuck Campell, bietet Clovis People bisher unveröffentlichte Songs aus den Anfängen Taylor s Karriere. Doch natürlich finden sich auch neue Songs auf dem Album. Otis Taylor wie man ihn kennt und schätzt: einzigartig.

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4 1/2 ***** MUSIC FOR THE SOUL 11 mai 2010
Par dickydo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Otis Taylor, and his "trance blues" defy description. This is thought provoking, moody, atmospheric music that needs to find a wider audience. There's amazing interplay between the musicians. Cornet, pedal steel, crunching guitar riffs from Gary Moore plus cello, and violin weave a mesmerizing mix. The narratives are familiar Taylor themes yet, there's a new vitality to them as he searches his past musical roots. Chuck Campbell"s "Sacred Steel" is a striking counter point to Taylor's rhythm and Moore's stinging riffs on the powerful "Little Willie" about a boy shot and killed on a playground. This is ambitious music, not what often passes as blues in today's marketplace. Taylor's daughter Cassie deserves special mention, she's a formidable talent in her own right. Her bass playing and ethereal backing vocals are essential to the texture and tone of her Dad's songs. I could mention each song individually, but these songs just needs to be listened to as a whole. Taylor has an exceptional body of work over the last decade. The guy is a true artist without the pretension. The music and lyrics are there, open for interpretation. This is blues for the mind and soul.
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Cosmic electric blues : atmospheric, hypnotic, a little weird and slightly unsettling 19 août 2010
Par Colin Spence - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I'm no expert when it comes to blues, but I think I can still make the distinction between music that is 'bluesy' and music that is 'blues' and, in my opinion, this is most certainly an album of blues. However, it's a strange brew of often familiar themes given a somewhat unconventional treatment in terms of its instrumental arrangements and textures. The sound mix is good - the vocals and various instruments don't get in each other's way, and the album has great stereo separation (try listening on headphones).

Otis Taylor possesses a husky 'lived in' voice with enough of an emotional edge to suggest that he's been there a few times. All songs are written by Otis, and he adopts a 'less means more' approach with the lyrics to tell his stories, mainly centred around bad people and tough situations - although there are a few lighter moments also. But the most striking thing about 'Clovis People Vol.3' is the combination of instruments used and the sounds that they produce. The first things you hear are the edgy acoustic guitar, twitchy theremin and primordial drones of the opening track - you kind of suspect from the outset that this is not going to be a 'regular' album of modern electric blues.

Pedal steel features on most songs, and the sounds that Chuck Campbell teases out of the instrument range from eerie to downright nasty (and there is plenty of sustain on many of the notes also) - listen to the final track, 'Think I Won't', with some of the meanest pedal steel you're ever likely to hear. Then there is the strange high-pitched wail/twitch of a theremin (Cassie Taylor) which can be heard on a couple of tracks. Lead electric guitar is played on 4 tracks, 3 featuring British blues/blues-rock guitarist Gary Moore - on 'Lee and Arnez', his fills are subtle and haunting and, towards the end of the song, he plays a one minute solo which has a slightly more aggressive edge. Paul Johnson does the honours on 'Little Willie' - more of a blues-rock style of playing, but he's no slouch when it comes to putting away the riffs. Last, but by no means least, there is acoustic guitar from Otis, it can be heard on most songs weaving in and out alongside the other instruments, and there are some short solos also - highlighting the taut sound of his Signature Santa Cruz guitar.

Perhaps the most unusual instrument is a cornet (Ron Miles) which is presented on a few songs - lending the music something of a surreal jazz-tinged vibe. Other instruments played on selected tracks are : violin, cello, organ, banjo and harmonica. The rhythm section is more conventional - Cassie Taylor's funky electric bass playing (particularly so on 'Rain So Hard' and 'Coffee Woman') together with Larry Thompson's crisp drumming ensure that the up-tempo songs rock and the medium to slow tempo songs groove; djembe (Fara Tolno) is played on a few tracks to add a further layer of percussive sounds.

I'd never heard of Otis Taylor before, and I'm not familiar with his music, but I really liked 'Clovis People Vol.3' - the playing is terrific (although I have some slight misgivings about the cornet playing on one or two songs); and Otis and the gang groove their collective pants off for the best part of 50 minutes, with only a temporary respite towards the middle of the album. I had a listen to the samples from a few earlier albums; 'Recapturing the Banjo' caught my attention immediately, there seems to be some great playing on that album too, and it has a very 'rootsy' and authentic feel - another one for my ever expanding list of 'must buy music'.

Otis Taylor strikes me as an artist who knows the blues, but one who isn't afraid to push the envelope either - the music on 'Clovis People Vol.3' is gripping stuff (but it's not for everyone).
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Pretty Riveting Stuff 31 octobre 2010
Par 6 String Guy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Otis Taylor - Clovis People Vol.3

First of all, don't spend any time looking for Vol's 1 & 2 as they do not exist. However, Vol.3 will do just fine for me. This is a very interesting CD with a blues base that runs underneath it all but the instrumentation is quite varied including cornet, violin, cello, pedal steel guitar, etc. Gary Moore plays some driving guitar on a few tracks and Cassie Taylor is on board as usual on the bass. This is not necessarily uplifting, good times music as the themes are dark - murder, heartache, drug dealers and slavery but this is unusual music and so varied that I found it very enjoyable to listen to. Otis Taylor seems to be mining his own niche within the blues and very successfully with this great CD.

Summary - well played and interesting blues based music that might make you think or at least follow the groove to several different places that Otis Taylor will take you. Recommended.
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Viva la Difference 5 mars 2011
Par Leigh Murrell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I like this CD but don't love it however it is one of those CD's that grows on you and that's good. It is different and clever and inventive and I would recommend it to anyone who likes a bit of blues and country but it is not really either of those. Fine musicianship. Product arrived quickly and in good condition - recommend seller.
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Masterpiece of blues ! 29 octobre 2010
Par Linda Elliott - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Followers of Otis Taylor have long loved his mix of blues and beat, but there has never been a recording like this ! It moves almost seamlessly from track to track; no two songs alike, but all definitive Otis !! This is a must have, even if you've never bought Otis Taylor before !!!
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