Barnes & Noble
by David McGee

albumcoversmallDulcie Taylor’s debut album, Diamond & Glass, is an unexpected pleasure rife with elegantly crafted pop songs with a jazz undercurrent, incisive lyrics, sweet, bluesy vocals reminiscent of both Joni Mitchell and Tish Hinojosa Continue reading

All Music Guide
by Heather Phares

albumcoversmallDulcie Taylor’s Diamond & Glass collects a dozen smooth, easygoing songs that mix folk, pop, and contemporary country. Highlights include the brooding “Easy for You” and “Never Enough,” the lively “It Ain’t Love,” and the surprisingly tough “I Don’t Know Anymore,” Continue reading

The Free Lance Star – 08/01/2002
Dulcie Taylor releases ‘Diamond and Glass’
by Michael Zitz

albumcoversmallMcLean singer-songwriter Dulcie Taylor had been winning over coffeehouse and club crowds before attracting critical acclaim and getting radio play for her new pop album “Diamond and Glass,” released in June. But she insists she didn’t do anything differently when she recorded the CD. ” I do what I do. . . ,” Continue reading

Diamond & Glass
(Black Iris Records)
by Jay Votel

albumcoversmallWashington-based singer-songwriter Dulcie Taylor uses her fragile voice and deeply personal lyrics to their best advantage on the title track of “Diamond & Glass.” She is able to sustain the spell through 12 new songs on her follow-up to her self-produced and Washington Area Music Association-award-winning 2000 disc, “Other Side of the Bed.” Continue reading