Terese Taylor | The Clothes We Wore Before We Were Married

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The Clothes We Wore Before We Were Married

by Terese Taylor

One of our favorite new arrivals. Independent first release ep CD 'collector's item'... Dark, heavy, folk rock.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Drug Problem
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2. Let Me Down
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3. Grandma's Chocolate Bread
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4. Chief Letters
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5. Everything I Touch
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Album Notes
Terese has a NEW release: "The Cryingness of Your Crying When You Cry" also available on CDBaby...

San Francisco-based Terese Taylor is a floating rib of sorts - her
idiosyncratic style and sound isn't attached to the flimflam sternum of the
music industry. On her second record, The Cryingness of Your Crying When You
Cry (Bombsniffing Dog Records), she loosens her oyster clutch to share seven
darkly-lacquered, private grains of post-punk-alternative-folk-rock. While
her sophomore effort lives in the same world as her 1999 release, The
Clothes We Wore Before We Were Married, it exudes more of an intimate
glimpse into the black heaviness that Taylor and drummer Rob Johnson are known for.

Johnson, who says he's from Massatucky (Colrain, MA) is musically fueled by
his pleasant memories of his father shooting things with BB guns, and the
unsinkable influence of his Harley For Jesus kind of mother.

Hailing from Buffalo, NY, where Genessee Cream Ale flows from every spigot,
Taylor's melancholic stories of doom, gloom, old familiar rage and hope were
come by honestly. She's a back-porch storyteller that cleverly leaves
colossal gaps open to interpretation.

she plays through a traynor amphead designed by dave lister and a marshall speaker cabinet that is too heavy and has three wheels. both electric and acoustic guitar feel at home in her hands.

she's on these compilations:
Anti-Up #2 track 11: 'I'm Here' (previously unreleased)
to purchase go to (feb 2004)
ShutEyeRecords Buzz Cuts track 4: "Goats for Daddy"(april 2003)

Radio play:
KMXT (Kodiak, AK), KRUX (New Mexico State University), KZMU (Moab, UT--approx. 5 spins/week), KUNI, WVUA, WUOG (Universityof GA), KBUT (Crested Butte, CO), KUCR, WFWM (Crossburg, MD), WVOS (Fairfield, CT), WZLY(Wellesley, MA), WBER, WHRW (Binghamton, NY), KGNU, WRSU, WOUB, KSCB (University of California), KZSU(Stanford Univ), WERW (Syracuse, NY), WBKE(North Manchester), RadioFedra(Serbia/Montenegro), KUSF, KALX, WRFL(Lexington,KY), KWMR(Pacifica,CA), KAWC(Yuma, AZ), KNON(Dallas, TX), KRSC(OK), KRVS(New Orleans,LA), KRZA(CO), KUFM(MT), KUMD(MN), WGAZ(WI), WMPG(ME), WNJC(NJ)
Internet radio stations: www.live365.com/stations/compgeekgirl?play , www.radiocrystalblue.com, www.live365.com/stations/laststoprecords



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Did I mention Terese Taylor rocks?
It's a short CD, but it's worth every penny. I can't get enough of it. Terese has the sweetest voice ever, and the music and the beat make me move uncontrollably.

Gary I.

If you're sad, you'll be glad
After a recnt breakup I needed to hear something that let me wallow in it. Hands down this is THE CD. Terese Taylor shares my broken heart sentiments with skill and craft. Plus she rocks-buy it!