Flood & Burn (Limited Autographed Art-Card Edition)

Sean Taylor

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Genre
Blues
Label
Sean Taylor Songs
Released
February 3, 2017

Format: Compact Disc

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Limited Autographed Art-Card Edition, available only whilst stocks last and exclusively from Propermusic.com.

Sean Taylor's latest album 'Flood and Burn' is made from eleven new songs and one cover. The songs touch on a variety of music genres.

'A Good Place To Die' is a cocktail of Townes Van Zandt and Bob Dylan. 'Bad Case Of The Blues' could never have been written without Tom Waits. 'Cruelty Of Man' is the jazz song and opening song 'Codeine Dreams' is the ambient beginning that sets the tone for everything that follows. Blues is served up with 'Run To The Water' and the album's title track. 'Flood and Burn' was recorded live in the studio. Both 'Troubadour' and 'Life Goes On' have been features of Sean's live set for the last couple of years and have grown with every gig. 'Until The End Of Time' is the happy song on the album. 'Heartbreak Hotel' is the one cover and features Eliza Gilkyson as guest. The closing track 'Better Man' is about the beauty and danger of being a musician. The song was written with special guest double bass legend Danny Thompson in mind. As always, Danny delivers.

Other special guests include Leonard Cohen's band leader Roscoe Beck (double bass), Hana Piranha (violin), Andre Moran (slide guitar), Ephraim Owens (Trumpet), Jaimee Harris (Backing vocals), Mike Hardwick (Pedal Steel), and Joe Morales (saxophone) ...

The album was recorded at Congress House Studios in Austin, Texas with producer Mark Hallman (Carole King, Ani Di Franco).

Press Quotes

"'An absolutely superb guitarist ... reminiscent of John Martyn"

Bob Harris (BBC Radio 2)

''Articulate, compelling ... Simply brilliant''

Mojo Magazine (4*)

''A bluesy devotional intensity that rightly draws comparisons to John Martyn"

Q Magazine

'A fine blues guitarist ... Taylor is a man to watch'

The Guardian

"Formidable and skilled...recalls Chris Isaak.'

Uncut (4*)

'Sean Taylor's work just gets classier ... his talent might yet puncture the mainstream'

Classic Rock (8/10)

''A star in the making ...a superb talent''

Metro

''a record that shows maturity, confidence, growth and an artist having the total freedom to be himself.'' - 4 stars.

Music Republic

'better than anyone else I've heard in years' - 5 stars.

Music News

"Firmly rooted in the blues, veers beautifully into folk and jazz."

MOJO (4*)

"An Iinstant classic'.

R2

'Timeless, evocative and poetic'

Blues in Britain

"A masterclass in intelligent Americana. Mercury judges take note" ''Master with the guitar and has a voice that seethes with presence and power.''

Morning Star (5*)

"Taylor has become one of our most valuable and unique songwriters"

Folk Radio UK

"This is an album that really delivers, it's an album of songs and Sean Taylor is an exceptional talent"

Fatea

8/10 review 'The guitar sings and the vocals growl'

Blues Doodles

''premier poetic gold''

The Man in the Hat Reviews

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Key Value
Catalogue number STCD112
Barcode 5052442009962
Number of items 1
Packaging type Digipak
Imported No
Weight 58g
Dimensions (LxWxH) 140mm x 6mm x 127mm