Eclectic Bohemian

Eclectic Bohemian

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by Gary Taylor

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Morning Crew


Album Credits

Performance Credits

Gary Taylor   Primary Artist,Keyboards,Vocals
Will Downing   Guest Appearance
Dori Caymmi   Acoustic Guitar
Vincent Calloway   Horn
Keith Fiddmont   Alto Saxophone,Soprano Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Rayford Griffin   Drums
Doc Powell   Acoustic Guitar
Larry Kimpel   Bass
Mark Ledford   Muted Cornet
Wayne Linsey   Keyboards
Style Scott   Guest Appearance
Michael White   Drums

Technical Credits

Gary Taylor   Composer,Instrumentation
Dennis Moody   Engineer
Jay Scott King   Director
Reggie Griffith   Engineer
Louise C. West   Executive Producer

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Eclectic Bohemian 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was a Quiet Storm night-jock in Black radio for much of the 80s & 90s. Gary Taylor has been there for all it. And this album follows suit with his others: consistent, smooth, excellent, memorable. Of note: anybody who would put musician Dori Caymmi on his album *knows* how to make it deep yet keep it real. So rare. And in this regard as well as these others, I somewhat liken him to Gino Vannelli -- deep, adventurous, unique, and yet largely missed by mainstream radio over the years -- but the REAL Quiet Storm fans know & love his work. Also, checkout the track "Woman of Color". Don't know where the Urban-AC / neo-soul movement will go from here, but no matter because Gary Taylor is his own standard -- PERIOD !