Mick Taylor | Keepin It Real

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Keepin It Real

by Mick Taylor

This is Mick's 3rd solo album. Like the previous two, it contains music from many genre's, rock, pop rock, prog metal and rocking country. Micks songs are all guitar oriented with catchy grooves and hook lines and are loaded full of vocal harmonies.
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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1. Guitars and Woman
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2. Make It Last
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3. Tomorrow's Another Day
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4. I Could Have Been Lonely
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5. I Don't Want Your Love
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6. The Power to Believe
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7. This Life
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8. A Lot More Saturday Night
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9. Thank God I'm a Dude
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10. Yippy Friggin Skippy
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11. Keepin It Real
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12. Meth
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13. I've Just Been Lonely Too Long
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14. Wrong Day Wrong Dude
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15. Hell Hath No Furry Like a Woman Scorned
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16. When the Party's Over
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The new CD "Keepin it real" promises to give you your money's worth boasting 16 songs from many genres. Something for everyone! This CD is Mick's best work yet.
Preview of last CD
Mick Taylor – Feeding The Machine

by Janet Goodman
Music News Nashville




Detroit artist Mick Taylor has many strengths. Killer, high-octane electric guitar solos in the Peter Frampton mode is one of them. So is penning hooky choruses for melodic rock songs. On his latest release, “Feeding the Machine,” Taylor has patched together a quilt of different musical fabrics, from retro-80s rock and roll, to country crossover, to heavy metal. 13 of the 14 songs presented are written solely by Taylor, who is featured on all the instruments and vocals, with the exception of “The Color of Love,” which is co-written and performed with Tim Lorey.

First up on the album is the soft-rock nostalgic look back on “Dreams of Yesterday.” Slick and crisp guitar work punctuates in all the perfect places, like on “What It Means to Be an American.” His best country-foot forward is the shuffle “Beat to Hell .com,” where Taylor’s gruff-and-yell style vocal delivery, hot guitar runs and solid lyrics come together to tell a story in rapid-fire fashion: “Over worked, over stressed, under paid, what a mess/My life has become/Gonna grab me a cold one, get in line, have some fun/Get nothin’ done son/Rappin’ with my home boys, gonna make a little noise/As soon as I log on/And check me out all night long/At beat to hell .com.”

Heavy metal is no doubt right in Taylor’s wheelhouse. Stand-out track “Daddy’s Little Princess” is where the testosterone-pumped singer absurdly takes on the persona of an “I-want-I-want” spoiled brat of a daughter, who devilishly screams, “Daddy, give me more than I need, make your wallet bleed.” It’s a risky perspective that has a huge pay-off. The title track’s political message is told with metal’s angry passion, backed by puffs of steam and clanking pipes, and is well-suited for the energized artist.


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