Scott Taylor - Blues Kitchen

Scott Taylor describes his music as "unfiltered and strait from the gut," and the music on Blues Kitchen is just that. This music matches the album's title, Blues Kitchen, but Taylor many times sings like a smooth soul vocalist, not unlike Robert Cray. When he sings longingly bout his desire to be with the woman he loves during "Tennessee," you can just hear the deep-down sincerity in this lover's plea. It's a heartfelt shout-out, familiar to all true soul music fans. The main difference is Taylor has a soulful guitarist in Tony Fazio to also echo his sentiments instrumentally.

The music on Blues Kitchen is consistently good, which makes it difficult to pick out any one clear highlight. However, "Good and Plenty," particularly for those that fondly recall the candy of the same name, is one of the album's best - particularly because of the way Taylor's voice does a little dipsy doodle during its chorus. Then when Fazio steps in for a soulfully, B.B. King-esque guitar solo, it only makes the tune doubly sweet.

Blues music gets right to the point, whether love is good or bad, which is why it's eternally and universally loved and respected. And Scott Taylor cooks up all the good stuff on Blues Kitchen.

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Scott Taylor - Blues Kitchen

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