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Pam Taylor: Fate Alchemy

Read "Fate Alchemy" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


First, this performance does not come from a Pam Taylor recording, rather it is part of the soundtrack for the indy dark comedy Fate Alchemy (Directed by Ace Blankenship, Red Door Artistry, 2019). Taylor, an able guitarist and world-class blues belter steps out of her box, delivers an intensely plaintive and resigned performance of the traditional “House of The Rising Sun," one possessing a 21st Century authenticity not able to be delivered by Eric Burdon and the Animals in 1964, ...

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Pam Taylor: Steal Your Heart

Read "Steal Your Heart" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


With a voice full of that South Carolina Piedmont Pine, singer/songwriter Pam Taylor begins her ascent to escape velocity from being a local and regional talent to a major one. She has been knocking at the door, starting with the release of the 2011 Hot Mess by the short-lived Pam Taylor Band. That recording revealed a heady talent, but Taylor had some growing to do as an artist. In 2015, Taylor and one Robert Johnson, Jr. (no, not that one) ...


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