Dulcie Taylor delivers an emotionally affecting new album

BY GLEN STARKEY
New Times SLO

Cover_Art_1000x1000When Dulcie Taylor speaks, there’s no hiding her South Carolina roots, reflected in both her drawling accent and her unrelenting southern charm. After establishing her singer-songwriter bonafides in the Washington D.C. area, she moved to SLO County a couple years ago and wasted no time immersing herself in our own local music scene, even while her previous three albums were enjoying radio play nationwide.

Last year she entered and won the New Times Music Awards “Best Songwriter” category and won with “Cigarette Smoke.” This year, she’s released her fourth album, Only Worn One Time, and it’s a stunner—11 tracks recorded locally at the Colorado Room in Atascadero and produced by George Nauful and Tyson Leonard, mixed by Keith Olsen, and released on Mesa/Bluemoon Records. Continue reading

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Filled with fem-centric Sound: Maia Sharp, Dulcie Taylor, Prism Bitch and Judee Sill

by Mike Greenblatt
Updated: Apr 1, 2021
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By John Kereiff
Thursday, March 29, 2021
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This is the follow up to Taylor’s Reimagined EP of last year. Rediscovered is a re-mixing and re-mastering and sometimes re-recording of 6 tracks from across her 20 year career- not unlike Whitesnake’s recent trilogy of compilations. Very different music here of course, gentle and comfy Americana like a massage for the soul. Continue reading

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Thursday, March 25, 2021
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On March 12th, fellow singer/songwriter Dulcie Taylor released her new six-song EP titled “Rediscovered.” It follows her critically acclaimed EP “Reimagined,” released last year and features songs from throughout her 20-year career. The album kicks off with “Woman I Used To Be,” a favorite among her fans, as the song simmers with a blues vibe that just rides the red line of rocking out with anger. Next up, is one of the newer songs from her 2018 album “The Better Part Of Me.” Continue reading

March 18, 2021
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(Label: Mesa/Bluemoon Recordings. Released March 12, 2021.)

No one can penetrate with a song as effectively as singer/songwriter Dulcie Taylor. Haunting material, beautifully delivered. The latest from the dependable artist is a 6-track EP of updated versions of some of her strongest previously released material. Continue reading

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March 11, 2021 – Music,Arts & Culture
By Glen Starkey
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Dulcie Taylor was just 10 when her mother gave her a guitar for Christmas, leading to a lifelong journey of singing and songwriting. The award-winning performer has been a MesaBluemoon Records recording artist since 2002 with the release of Diamond & Glass, which quickly became a favorite of Triple A radio. Her follow up, Mirrors and Windows, was included on Soundstage’s Best Recordings of the Year along with artists such as Brian Wilson and Wilco. Continue reading