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Jason Cory Taylor

by Cory Shelly

Cory Shelly, Jason and Taylor Thompson teamed up to record this album, desiring to capture the music they had written over the summer months of 2012. This upbeat album with heavy folk and bluegrass overtones is a celebration of love, life and faith.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Blessings and Pain
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2. Mountain Song
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3. She Lived (Off Whiskey and Line Dancing)
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4. Prelude (Things)
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5. Things I Own
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6. We Had It All
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Album Notes
"It can't be done..." that's what people said... not about this project but about other things, at other times...
Marriage is what brought us together... in 2010, Cory was asked to play at a reception, and he asked Jason, and Jason asked if Taylor could join in...
Magic was made... maybe not David Copperfield magic, but pretty good birthday-party-magic type music... and the three Musikteers continued to join forces at various occasions over the next couple of years.
Disaster struck in the spring of 2012 as Taylor announced he was moving south.
Desperation set in and we knew we needed to archive some of our "sound" before it was too late.
A Laundry room provided the best acoustics for the mostly live recording and then came... The final song... "We Had It All"... a ditty of which Cory had already written a few lines... but spontaneously, the group finished writing the song as a testimony of what might have been.
No Expense was spared when Cory came up with the art work.
Mom wants everyone to know that song 3 is not encouraging cigarette smoking...


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