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Pop Culture Classics’ Recommended CDs, DVDs and Books
By Paul Freeman
Taylor’s brand of folk-country-rock is positively mesmerizing. She’s fiery on the uplifting, resilient freedom song, “Not Here, Not Today.” Her expressive voice rivets the listener on moving ballads like “Only A Dreamer,” “Prayer” and “Nobody Cared About Love.” “Love Like Yours and Mine,” a wistful waltz, charms. The mid-tempo “Straight at the Sun” is a pleaser. Her 13 original compositions here are all tremendously impressive. And the one cover, a country reworking of the vintage Supremes hit, “My World Is Empty Without You,” takes on a whole new feeling. Taylor’s heartening music is a breath of fresh air.

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Gifts for the Traveler: Music

By Kerry Dexter On December 2, 2015

Dulcie Taylor is based these days in central California. She grew up in the American south and has traveled widely with her music, all of which comes into play on her album Wind Over Stone. Continue reading

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Dulcie Taylor, “Wind Over Stone”
Nov. 10, 2015
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


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Wind Over Stone (CD) By Dulcie Taylor
Mesa/Bluemoon Recodings
Friday Oct 16, 2015
Posted by David Bowling in Cashbox Music Reviews

Now about 15 years into her career, Dulcie Taylor has returned with another album of introspective and intelligent folk/Americana music. Included is some of her many friends including guitarist/vocalist George Nauful and acoustic guitarist/vocalist Tony Recupido. Both contribute the lead vocal for two songs. 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