Or browse results titled :. The Motives feat. Matt Taylor London, UK. A new band project brings together some of the finest talent from the European blues scene. The Motives draw their musical inspiration from 40s New York, 50s Chicago and 60s London, combining Matt Taylor's electrifying guitar work with Jonny Dyke's virtuoso hammond and piano over a rock solid rhythm section of Roy Martin on drums and Andy Graham on Bass.
The Motives feat. Matt Taylor
Matthew Taylor born July is an Australian blues musician. Matt Taylor was born in Brisbane , Queensland in July He grew up in a working-class family in the suburb of Spring Hill. His father, who had emigrated from Liverpool , England, was a tram-driver. Taylor began listening to blues records in high school, and taught himself the guitar and harmonica.
An Australian blues legend, Matt Taylor has been playing his brand of Australian-twinged blues music since the mid-'60s. His first band, the Bay City Union, was formed in March and was one of Australia's first traditional Chicago blues bands. Taylor briefly sang with the Wild Cherries before forming the Horse, and then briefly stepped in as lead singer with Cam-Pact for a two-week tour of Sydney during early Taylor left Chain in October and spent the next year living on a farm in Beechworth, Victoria. His debut solo album, Straight as a Die, was released at the end of The album reached number 15 on the national charts and Taylor toured the country, performing at Sunbury ; the live track "We'll Never Do the Same Again" appeared on the various artists album Highlights of Sunbury '74 Part 2. His second album, Music, was released in August and he supported Jethro Tull on their Australian tour in August His third solo album, Old, New, Intuitive, was released in September , before Taylor once again retired to a commune, this time at Balingup, Western Australia. He formed a new band, Western Flyer , in and played with them until August
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