Morris Taylor



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  Would You Like to Live Forever
  Visions of Happiness
Denton, Texas  USA
Morris Taylor
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Well well well Welcome to My World ladies and gentleman. I’m smiling at you right now. Especially because this cross in space and time involves my music. Multi venue type impressions. Sometimes I feel like a mad man with that volume control,,,,,,,,,grinning at you,,,,,but one does not need to be that loud to get the music out to those that will consume the spectrum. Best served in front of a Woodstock or Grand type Stage. I Ain’t Scared I tell You. All styles relative by all means I am an ...

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Morris Taylor

Visions Of Happiness

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Morris Taylor

Would You Like to Live Fo...

© 2014 Morris Taylor










     

Morris Taylor

Visions of Happiness

© 2014 Morris Taylor










     

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Sun, Aug 15, 2010 12:20 AM
The new Jimi Hendrix, June 17, 2009 By Daniel Leithauser (Grand Junction, CO USA) - See all my reviews For a couple of weeks, I have been listening to a random psychedelic mix on MyMusicStream. I often pay little attention to what is playing in the background while I work, but more than a couple of times, I have stopped what I am doing and wanted to see who was playing what on the channel. Morris Taylor kept popping up in my stop and listen mode. I was always thinking, "Is this Jimi I have not heard?" "Something new, just released from the archives?" Nope, just Morris... with his original material apparently channeling Jimi Hendrix in some fashion or form. I found Morris Taylor (Denton, TX) from his link on myspace, and asked where his recordings were available. "On Amazon...." This recording is not bit perfect, nor does it contain crystal clear superior production.. but neither did Jimi's recordings in his time. This is raw, garage, 4 channel analog recording... but to me that adds to the atmosphere and often works perfectly. The playing is inspired, and familiar, with the same distortion and effects I know you have heard since Jimi pioneered many of these guitar effects in the late 60's. Now Morris may or may not be using the original effects. He may not even be purposely distorting his sound through tube amps....after all, it is so much easier to step on a digital pedal, but nonetheless it is uncanny how you may feel the "new Jimi" coming out. Goes without saying... RIFL--Hendrix. The digital album price is right.. so just buy the whole thing and allow repeated listens to creep into your listening memory. You will like it.