Taylor Pie | Jubal

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Jubal

by Taylor Pie

One of the finest folk voices around. She floats and then falters, hammers and then growls, while her fingers dance over guitar or mandolin.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. I Don't Like It
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2. In My Heart
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2:27 album only
3. First Real Love
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2:52 album only
4. Laredo
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2:18 album only
5. Com'on Home
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3:01 album only
6. Somethin's Movin'
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3:04 album only
7. Explain It
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8. Good-bye
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9. Oh, Mandolin
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10. I Miss You So Much
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11. Jubal
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Following the success of "Long Ride Home," Pie offers up a new collection of songs that will get you out of your chair and dancing around the kitchen.

From the "garage band feel" first track, "I Don't Like It", to the front porch simple pickin' and harmonies on the title cut, "Jubal", this CD folk-rocks along and leaves you feeling it ended too soon when the last note is struck. Her vocals are masterful and emotional without being over wrought. It's her unique style that keeps us all coming back for more.

Born in Texas and raised in NE Oklahoma, Pie developed her musical and vocal skills from listening to artists like Gayle Garnett, The Platters, Jo Stafford, Elvis, Rosemary Clooney, Buddy Holly, Lightnin' Hopkins, Dylan, Baez, Tom Paxton, Gordon Lightfoot, Judy Collins, Jackson Browne, whew! By now you must get the idea. Eclectic is the key to Pie music.

Her voice laments and broods on "In My Heart" and at the same time pushes the edge of defiance. "Laredo" finds her with both arms in the air waving for the waiter to bring another pitcher of margaritas. "Good-bye" gently opens the door to dealing with parting and then "I Miss You So Much" seems to offer comfort with a sock-hop back beat that makes you want to grab the one you love and hug-dance.

"Oh, Mandolin" has already been recorded by Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike on their "Turtle Wings" CD release. Pie performs it here as a mandolin duet with co-writer Debbie Nims. The haunting quality of this song is destined to make it a bluegrass classic.

The title song "Jubal" has got to be the best dog song ever penned. I'm not sure why, maybe it's because I can't listen without adding my voice. It draws me in and makes me a part.

If you've already discovered Pie through her first CD, titled, "Long Ride Home", there's no doubt in my mind you will want to add "Jubal" to your collection.

Rita R.


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Kip Maly

Where has she been ?
She is an awesome talent ,I wish she had done more since the Pozo Seco singers.Taylor Pie should have had Don Williams career.

wbayer

Jubal-originator of music
Discovered at CD Baby, I was there when Pozo Seco started hitting the airwaves, so was interested in Taylor Pie. Jubal is a real singer/songwriter delight, very listenable with songs that resound and rebound nicely. I am very pleased to hear Susan's continuing contributions to the music world. Don't miss this one!

Leon A. "Buddy" Walters

Susan still has it!
The songs show a versitility of music styles, and genre. There are deep insites into human emotions and feelings. It may/will bring back forgotten memories of love in times past. The Arrangements and Vocals are Execellent. The song, I Miss You So Much, has meaning to many who have lost a Love of their own.

Michael H


After hearing Long Ride Home, I had to own this. I commute every day, and this album is perfect for driving. Taylor's voice is still outstanding; it's filled with emotion and honesty, making every track worthwhile. I'm so glad she's back.

Jill Losee

Leaves me with a lump in my throat, and smile in my heart...
Nobody can listen to the love, pain and hope in a song like good bye and not be moved. Celebrating the joy of a special someone, the loss, and the strength that was left to carry you on in every new day. The amazing thing with Pie's music is that it all speaks to the core soul of every person, and whether the wild dance of joy in one song or the heartbreak in another each rings true on it's own merit.
Thanks Pie for doing it again and again. Miss you kiddo, but am glad to have your music around for a quick hug.

Dan D.


This is a great cd. It's rare to get a cd that every song on it is good, but I can say this is!!! Glad it's not vinyl or I'd have wore it out the first week.

CC McCartney

Time has been good to Susan. Great work!
Susan has maintained the magic! Believeable and touching; the world needs more of this!

Dalton Roberts

I wouldn't think of not having any Taylor Pie CD.
Having Pie's "Long Ride Home" dictated yo me that I would have to have "Jubal." Once again, "Jubal" shows she has one of the premier voices in folk music. She writes great songs and each song has its own satisfying groove.

Maggi Broussard

Maestro - Piestreaux has done it again!
Most excellent CD! What talent! Dandy words and music that get played over and over and over.

Charly Mann

Like Great Wine, Taylor Pie gets better with age
I am an unabashed music junkie of great songs and great voices. One individual that has enchanted me and consistently delivered both since 1966 is Taylor Pie. And like great wine – Taylor Pie gets better with age. Pie, formerly the angelic female voice of the Pozo Seco Singers (as Susan Taylor) has now released Jubal, her third solo album since leaving this legendary group, and the third time really is the charm. The entire album has a brilliant and consistent flow highlighted by three Pie compositions First Real Love, I Don’t Like It and Somethin’s Movin' that could all be hit singles. Buy this album now and stay tuned for her next outing, which may just be a reunion of Pozo Seco.