Dulcie Taylor Revisits Songs From Her Past Lives on ‘Rediscovered’

by Tina Benitez-Eves
March 11, 2021
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Some songs rear back around again. For Dulcie Taylor, the six songs on Rediscovered (Mesa/Bluemoon Recordings), out March 12, were parts of her past she was ready to revisit. Following up 2020’s Reimagined, Taylor continues a trip down memory lane and finds on Rediscovered that those recollections and stories, however fleeting or still present, are always part of one’s spirit. Continue reading


DULCIE TAYLOR/Rediscovered

by Chris Spector
March 9, 2021
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DULCIE TAYLOR/Rediscovered: Not everyone can compete with their younger self but Americana mainstay Taylor looks back at another ep sized bunch of tunes from her last 20 years successfully. Giving them various types of updating, these old songs are new songs once again loaded with a point of view that hits the nail on the head even if coming at it now from another direction. Continue reading

by Brian M. Owens for Metronome Magazine • December 4, 2020
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Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist Dulcie Taylor grew up in South Carolina. Influenced by her mother’s love for Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra along with her sister’s rock & roll records while singing in a Baptist church, Dulcie’s musical education was broad and multi-faceted. Her education didn’t end there though. When she was old enough to travel abroad, she found her way to California seeking a better way of life for herself. There, Dulcie began to find her voice. Continue reading

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Robert K Oermann • December 3, 2020

DulcieTaylor-ReimaginedWriters: Dulcie Taylor/George Nauful;
Publisher: Raven in the Window, ASCAP;
Producer: George Nauful;
Label: Mesa Bluemoon (track);

This critically acclaimed California troubadour has culled favorites from her seven prior CDs to create Reimagined. Continue reading

The Blade | Nov 10, 2020

Dulcie Taylor. Mesa/Bluemoon Recordings.
Grab a handkerchief in preparation for listening to singer-songwriter Dulcie Taylor’s latest release, Reimagined, which isn’t new material per se but reinterpretations of six original songs of hers (two which had a collaborator) close to her heart.

I became acquainted with Taylor’s work after being wowed by her last release, Better Part of Me, which came out in the summer of 2018. Continue reading