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Richard Taylor

Latest Movies

Frum The Hills 2014, click here
RAZZ "Teenage Head" @ The 930 Club 2013, click here
RAZZ "Bad Intentions" @ The 930 Club 2013, click here
RAZZ & Howling MAD Movies , click here
Richard Taylor & The Ravers @ The Marble Bar, click here
Richard Taylor & The Ravers "Slider" click here
RAZZ - Memo From Turner, click here
Richard Taylor & The Ravers "Lightning" click here
Richard Taylor & The Ravers HD 01, click here
Howling MAD Mr. Butterfly Hands Movie, click here
Richard's Favorite Winter Sport Movie, click here
Richard Taylor & The Ravers @ The Roxy Nightclub, 1986, click here
The Howling Mad @ The Metro Gallery 2009 Movie, click here
Pony Show Movie, click here
Frankentractor 2009 Movie 01 click here


Richard Taylor & The Ravers HD 01

Pony Show

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Richard's Music
Guitar driven indie Roots Rock and alt Country/Blues Twang
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"When roots rock is done right, ... it's a joy to hear, molding a half-century of rock, country and blues into an invigorating elixir of sound. Add Richard Taylor to the short list of musicians who "get it" all right, Taylor's Silhouette a textbook example of roots rock that bristles with life and energy. Every song on Silhouette is punctuated by Taylor's rambling guitarwork, an edgy rhythmic style that shakes like a railroad car careening off the tracks."
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REVIEW BY REV. KEITH A. GORDON, COPYRIGHT 2005


"...Richard Taylor delivers a flawless album with perfectly crafted guitar hooks, infectious bluesy licks, and with a lot of care-free attitude that will undoubtedly add more and more joy at every listen."
Giada Arnone Glasswerk.co.uk

Richard Taylor “Silhouette” (Independent ) "...the outer reaches of the rock n roll country trail blazed by Jason & the Scorchers; it has that rough edge to it. It is admirably straightforward, with guitar, bass and drums, vocals. The songs swagger with Friday night insouciance...
gritty unpretentious good time music."
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