Otis Taylor’s ‘My World Is Gone’

Otis Taylor‘s ‘My World Is Gone’ is his thirteenth studio album released on February 12, 2013 by Telarc.


Otis Taylor’s ‘My World Is Gone’


Track listing1.My World Is Gone (Otis Taylor) – 04:272.Lost My Horse (Otis Taylor) – 03:303.Huckleberry Blues (Otis Taylor) – 04:404.Sand Creek Massacre Mourning (Otis Taylor) – 04:325.The Wind Comes In (Otis Taylor) – 05:486.Blue Rain in Africa (Otis Taylor) – 04:147.Never Been to the Reservation (Otis Taylor) – 05:028.Girl Friend’s House (Otis Taylor) – 04:359.Jae Jae Waltz (Otis Taylor) – 04:1010.Gangster and Iztatoz Chauffer (Otis Taylor) – 05:1111.Coming with Crosses (Otis Taylor) – 06:0712.Green Apples (Otis Taylor) – 03:5213.Sit Across Your Table (Otis Taylor) – 04:28PersonnelOtis Taylor – Banjo, Electric Banjo, Electronic Mandolin, Guitar, Slide Guitar, VocalsTodd Edmunds – Bass, TubaAnne Harris – FiddleBrian Juan – OrganRon Miles – CornetMato Nanji – Guitar, VocalsShawn Starski – GuitarLarry Thompson – DrumsOtis Taylor – Arranger, Producer Gus Skinas – EngineerMike Yach – Engineer, MixingJessie Zimmerman – Assistant EngineerDavid Glasser – MasteringO.S. Goff – PhotographyReleased by Telarc on February 12, 2013

(Source Otis Taylor‘s ‘My World Is Gone’ | Otis Taylor | Official Site)

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Rewiew : Otis Taylor– My World Is GoneThe problem with Otis Taylor has always been very simple: he puts too much stock into his not-particularly-engaging voice and not enough stock into his well-honed musicianly sense of texturing—specifically, the banjo and/or guitar playing that he gets out of either himself or whomever he’s hired for his latest album. […]

My World Is Gone continues Taylor’s approach of examining different aspects of the world around him and creating incisive lyrics and music to present his views. It may not always be a comfortable ride but it is an important one and worth taking. […]

This is another amazing release from Mr. Taylor and his band. The blues will stay alive and most certainly thriving as long as these folks continue to create music that is both sensual and accessible and not in the set pattern that sometimes seems to define the blues these days. […]


Otis Taylor‘s ‘My World Is Gone’


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