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Otis Taylor - Clovis People Vol 3 Album

Otis Taylor - Clovis People Vol 3 Album

  • Darsteller: Otis Taylor
  • Genre: Blues
  • Titel: Clovis People Vol 3
  • Freigegeben: 11 May 2010
  • Stil: Acoustic, Country Blues
  • Etikett: Telarc
  • Katalog: TEL-31849-02
  • Land: US
  • Größe der MP3-Version: 1304 mb
  • Größe der FLAC-Version: 1991 mb
  • Bewertung: 4.8
  • Abstimmungen: 121


1Harry, Turn The Music Up4:03
2Babies Don't Lie4:00
3She's Ice In The Desert4:09
4Past Times3:50
5Little Willie4:52
6Hands On Your Stomach3:49
7Rain So Hard5:53
8It's Done Happened Again3:39
9Lee And Arnez4:33
10Coffee Woman3:40
11Think I Won't3:47
12Ain't No Cowgirl3:23


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TEL-31849-02PROMOOtis Taylor Clovis People Vol 3 ‎(CD, Album, Promo)TelarcTEL-31849-02PROMOEurope2010
TEL-31849-02Otis Taylor Clovis People Vol 3 ‎(CD, Album)TelarcTEL-31849-02Europe2010


  • Barcode: 888072318496
  • Matrix / Runout: DIDX-254641 2
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L329
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 50F6


Clovis People, Vol. 3 - Otis Taylor. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Album 2010 12 Songs. Otis Taylor - Clovis People Vol. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Otis Taylor. 3 Rain So Hard, Little Willie and more. 12 tracks 44:55. Otis Taylor is an American blues musician. He is a multi-instrumentalist whose talents include the guitar, banjo, mandolin, harmonica, and vocals. In 2001, he was awarded a fellowship to the Sundance Film Composers Laboratory. Ed Sheeran Beautiful People feat. Happy . Clovis People, Volume 3. Released 2010. Clovis People, Volume 3 Tracklist. Rain so hard Lyrics. About Clovis People, Volume 3. Clovis People, Volume 3 Q&A. More Otis Taylor albums. On Clovis People, Vol. 3, Taylor writes his own history. It's the ideal project for the architect of a sparse and hypnotic style that has come to be known as trance blues. Taylor has spent his career crafting songs that are wide open to interpretation - thematically as well as structurally. I give people a starting point, and then they can take it where they want to take it, he explains. Otis Taylor and his music are future Bach and Beethoven for the blues. Terrific album, and wonderful production values with Clovis People, Vol. 3-and it is the kind of CD you can take with you to audition speakers. It is that clean and crisp. Read more. Play full-length songs from Clovis People, Vol. Released: May People Vol. 3 opens with Rain So Hard, and its pure magic. Taylor grabbed me with an undeniable essence of sitar washed psychedelic music straight out of the 60s, and then slides into a JazzBlues thing that just sent shivers strolling down my spine with its hypnotic layered washes of complex stripped down songs


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Clovis People Vol. 3 [no, there are no Volumes 1 and 2] opens with “Rain So Hard,” and it’s pure magic. Mr. Taylor grabbed me with an undeniable essence of sitar washed psychedelic music straight out of the 60’s, and then slides into a Jazz/Blues thing that just sent shivers strolling down my spine with it’s hypnotic layered washes of complex stripped down songs.

Yeah, I realize that sounds confusing, but just listen to Otis Taylor lay out and fuse musical traditions, all the while exploring the one element that causes us all such frustration, pain, and exhalation ... love. The title is more then fitting, as the Clovis People no longer exist, and the shivers across the back of my hands feel like ghosts of another musical era, only recently discovered, are walking through my house. The Clovis people, the oldest inhabitants of North America vanished some 13,000 years ago, though perhaps like Otis Taylor’s music, they merged with others, giving a richness to another culture, and a new sense of being.

Mr. Taylor’s music has always been a bit etherial, if not elemental, but here, here his songs hang just out of reach, swirling around you like a summer moth circling a candle. Even after several listens these numbers sound so fresh it’s like you’re hearing them for the first time ... Otis Taylor doesn’t just play the blues, Otis Taylor is the blues. I’ve been waiting for music like this since I first heard John Mayall, and his “Empty Rooms” release. See, the Blues isn’t just about Blues riffs, the Blues is about storytelling, an aspect all too many modern bluesmen have forgotten, but not Otis Taylor, his stories filter in and out of each song, as valuable as any note he plays.

Otis Taylor has been walking among us for quite some time now, if you haven’t discovered him for yourself, I highly suggest you do ... and this release, Clovis People Vol. 3, is the perfect place to begin.

Review by Jenell Kesler