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Dulcie Taylor, “Wind Over Stone”
Nov. 10, 2015
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It’s rare I cover an artist with two new releases. The first album, Only Worn One Time, represented a gift for words as the lyrics stood out as a superlative for poetry and storytelling. There was something special as the music mixed picture-perfect with her lyrics. The artist is Dulcie Taylor. Continue reading

posted October 5, 2015
by Megan B
wos-cover-art-smallCalifornia singer/songwriter Dulcie Taylor has made her strongest effort yet on Wind Over Stone (Mesa/Bluemoon Recordings, 2015). On the largely original, fourteen-track record, she collaborates with some dozen of her most talented friends (including famed studio whiz Keith Olsen, who mixed the album). Continue reading

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John Emms Music Reviews

DULCIE TAYLOR & FRIENDS RE-DEFINE COUNTRY ROOTS/ MUSIC WITH WIND OVER STONE
-BY JOHN EMMS
Oct. 12, 2015

Dulcie BWI can’t think of many other roots/country artists whose songwriting is as potent as Dulcie Taylor. Her new album Wind Over Stone is an Americana masterpiece. Continue reading

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Dulcie does it again!

GLEN STARKEY
New Times SLO
Saturday, September 26, 2015
Volume: 30, Issue: 9

One of the best things to happen in local music is when Southern Belle and Mesa/Bluemoon Recordings artist Dulcie Taylor moved to the area. She’s a welcome and talented addition to a scene already fat with great songwriters.

She’s just released her sixth album, Wind Over Stone, and it’s gorgeous. She’s once again working with musical partners George Nauful and Tony Recupido, among others, creating lyrically rich, musically complex songs that are expertly orchestrated for maximum effect. Continue reading