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Morris Taylor
United States, Alabama, Montgomery
Morris Taylor
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Morris Taylor

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About Morris Taylor

I don't rush time anymore but nothing is wrong with looking forward to something. Be it half empty, be it half full ? Depends on where you're trying to be, and what you've got to pull. Everyday is a good day looking to the east as the morning light shines. My personality, changes instinctively, with the moonrise. Kind of freaky but so sometimes. I've upgraded my membership and will be adding a lot ... read more

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About Morris Taylor

I don't rush time anymore but nothing is wrong with looking forward to something. Be it half empty, be it half full ? Depends on where you're trying to be, and what you've got to pull. Everyday is a good day looking to the east as the morning light shines. My personality, changes instinctively, with the moonrise. Kind of freaky but so sometimes. I've upgraded my membership and will be adding a lot more songs. Please feel free to contact me and hope to visit a location near you in the near future.

Plays Today: 168

Total Plays: 653,862

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Music Review for Fumbling With The Fingers.

Got this music review for my original song Fumbling With The Fingers.
Overall Impression:
Morris Moon Taylor's epic blues-soaked rocker "Fumbling With The Fingers" offers listeners a particularly jam'tastic slice of guitar-fueled extravagance that manages to evoke a Hendrix inspired sense of virtuosic flair alongside a groove rich sensibility, resulting in a hook-heavy, overdriven drenched piece of songwriting that is sure to get those senses tingling. With its charismatic, soul-infused vocal performance, wild guitar work, and infectious grooves, I can certainly see the classic rock fans finding this to be a fun tune to get swept up by.


Strongest Point(s):
If there's one thing "Fumbling With The Fingers" has, its feel. A rock track of this ilk needs that certain sense of swagger in order to capture the spirit of the blues rock genre effectively, it not only heightens the energy of the track tenfold, but helps the track embody the very unique elements that make the genre what it is, and I can safely say "Fumbling With The Fingers" has that swagger in abundance. The energy that comes off this track is very similar to what a listener would experience when seeing it performed live, that feeling of pure raw energy can be felt throughout and it's this that helps give the track both its character and ear-grabbing qualities.


Target Audience Appeal:
I can certainly see the lovers of groove orientated blues rock strongly connecting with "Fumbling With The Fingers".


Artist target suggestions:
Jimi Hendrix, Eric Gales, Joe Bonamassa, Lenny Kravits, Kenny Wayne Shepard, Bernard Allison, Greg Koch, Living Colour,



About The Reviewer:
Andre Avanessian is a freelance session musician, composer, and sound engineer based in the link. Having studied music production and composition at a degree level, he has taken his passion for all things audio-related to a level that has allowed him to become both a competent musician and performer. Being a self-confessed "Guitar Nerd" Andre has been continually studying the guitar, as well as teaching it, helping students both learn the instrument, develop their songwriting, and how to become proficient in home recording.

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Morris Taylor Wildest Dreams Live

Wildest Dreams Live in Deep Ellum, Texas

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Wildest Dreams

This is a gig I did in Deep Ellum Texas.

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Music Review

Here's a music review for my original song: Take a Wrong and make a Right.
Overall Impression: Morris Moon Taylor throws back to the coolest days of Rock with his tune Take a Wrong and Make a Right. Guitar-forward and grooving slowly, Take a Wrong and Make a Right instantly casts a cool, easygoing mood tinted with a bit of Psychedelic smoke. Taylor is laid-back behind the mic and sings with a deep voice that wavers and floats above the music. The guitar tone in Take a Wrong and Make a Right is rich and snappy with a good deal of spank. It reminds listeners of that classic 60's single-coil sound found in Soul, Funk, and Rock. The tune seems to wander through a kaleidoscope, but is tethered to reality by Taylor's guitar. Overall, Take a Wrong and Make a Right (Long Version) is a trippy Psychedelic Rock tune that takes listeners on a cool journey and lets them find their own way back home.


Strongest Point(s): The running time on Take a Wrong and Make a Right is pretty substantial, but it never feels too long or drags. Morris Moon Taylor is somehow able to keep a high degree of intrigue with a small band and vocals. The guitar definitely leads the way, but the rest of the band holds down a solid and integral foundation for the vocals. It is impressive how transportive a single song can be without the heavy use of electronics or effects.


Target Audience Appeal: Fans of Rock and Psychedelic Rock will enjoy Take a Wrong and Make a Right (Long Version) by Morris Moon Taylor.


Artist target suggestions: Jimi Hendrix, Lenny Kravitz, John Mayer, Dave Matthews Band, Phish, Bob Marley, Ziggy Marley, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton,



About The Reviewer: Zachary Larson is a professional guitarist in New York City. Getting his start in high school rock bands, he has since toured the world as a classical chamber musician, onboard cruise lines, and with several Broadway musicals. His recorded work spans across Classical, Pop, and Experimental music. His arrangements are published through Clear Note Publications. Classically trained, he holds a Master of Music degree from the University of Denver.

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Trial and Error

Trial and Error when one comes to the fork(s) in the Road. Sometimes I need a redo to make the right decisions and get to the good side of sliding down the Rainbow. Luck is a big part of life to include my own. Sometimes I cook on the grill and be totally in the Zone. Pretty much everything is by chance. Even when you do all the right things as best you surely can. I have watched and witnessed my 7 children grow from birth to parenthood. Lot of times I have to check myself cause time will pass like a magician’s hand is quicker than the eye as best I understood. That the thing about being Daddy is you either Put Up or Shut Up. Changing a diaper at first was for a couple days very daunting lol. But after while I would put the rest of a sandwich in my mouth and finish what my kids started. Lol. I’m 6 ft 3 and all my kids are taller than me. I really don’t mind cause after all, ain’t that the way it’s supposed to be? One thing, about someone’s dreams is that, in my opinion they all start out as a fantasy. Like my imagination is a very powerful and sometimes frightening natural occurrence according to my interpretations. I mean I close my eyes and I see things. Beautiful lights and alternating colors like I am in touch with the Universe and beyond interstellar space. Does this happen to you when you close your eyes? As best I can figure is that it’s all math some kind of way. Adding up to whatever situation one has to deal with at anytime of day or night. And math and music runs deep in my family chain. My CD Visions Of Happiness is actually two CD’s to include a Friend For You. I will be uploading the longer versions of some the one’s included. I still am working on “Somehow, Someway, Somehow Someday”. Just wanted say hello to everyone and thanks to the now 2,027 people that have subscribed to my collection of songs. Thanks.

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