Category: Blues

9 thoughts on “ The Beast - Matt Taylor (3) - Old New Intuitive (CD, Album) ”

  1. Matt Taylor was born in Brisbane, Queensland in July He grew up in a working-class family in the suburb of Spring Hill. His father, who had emigrated from Liverpool, England, was a tram-driver. Taylor began listening to blues records in high school, and taught himself the guitar and harmonica.
  2. Listen to your favorite songs from Old New Intuitive by Matt Taylor Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. The Beast: 4. Good Advice: 5. Hope: 6. This Story Must Have No End: 7. Watch Out: album. Old New Intuitive Matt Taylor. 9 songs (42 minutes) Released on.
  3. His second album, 'Music', was released in August and he supported Jethro Tull on their Australian tour in August His third solo album, 'Old, New, Intuitive', was released in September , before Taylor once again retired to a commune, this time at Balingup, Western Australia.
  4. Even on the band's weakest albums, Jerry managed to contribute one or two pleasant songs that reminded you a little of the good old days, and on Built to Last those songs were the title track and.
  5. Old, New, Intuitive: Recorded after supporting Jethro Tull during their Australian tour in in August , Matt Taylor 's third solo album, Old, New, Intuitive, was released in September that same year, and was recorded with the same backing band as Music.
  6. Matt Taylor - Old New Intuitive ( aussie, glorious classy bluesy rock) An Australian blues legend, Matt Taylor has been playing his brand of Australian-twinged blues music since the mid-'60s. His first band, the Bay City Union, was formed in March and was one .
  7. Matt Taylor discography and songs: Music profile for Matt Taylor, born Genres: Blues Rock. Albums include Straight as a Die, I Remember When I Was Young / Krishna Loves You Too, and Sunbury - The Great Australian Rock Festival.
  8. supported Jethro Tull on their Australian tour in August His third solo album, Old, New, Intuitive, was released in September , before Taylor once again retired to a commune, this time at Balingup, Western Australia. He formed a new band, Western Flyer, in and played with.

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