David Taylor

David Taylor

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Pop - General | San Francisco, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 137   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Teaming up with lyricist Billy Wilson, David Taylor and Billy Wilson formed a musical partnership in 19** that would eventually pen over 50 songs. The songs they produced and recorded during this time would become the foundation of the Junkyard Generation EP (recorded under the band name '80Days'). The Junkyard Generation EP received rave reviews in both the local and national press and was featured on BBC Radio 1 and many local independent radio stations. David and Billy would then go on to perform industry showcases for many of Britain’s major labels including BMG and MCA. Throughout this time, David worked with some of Scotland’s top musicians including Mary Kiani of ‘The Time Frequency’, John Bradley of ‘The McCluskey Brothers’, Danny Mitchell of ‘Ultravox’, Stuart Brown of ‘Murmur’ and Brian McNeil of ‘China Crisis’. David also joined as the front man for the Glasgow Rhythm and Blues outfit 'The Rhythm Method', fulfilling his craving for the live scene. David now lives in the US.


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AnnBrodsky posted over 30 days ago to David Taylor


Thanks for the constructive review! Song in key of C, with a change to D at the bridge - perhaps that's what seemed to "stick out a bit?" I tend to write songs that include a quirky chord change somewhere. Perhaps a smoother transition would allow the listener time to travel there with me? Appreciate your feedback. Ann

   
 
Milk Carton Boys posted over 30 days ago


Thanks for the awesome review. I appreciate it.


Gokul Salvadi posted over 30 days ago


David,

Thanks for your review on my song 'NeRe'

Gokul


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