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Heather Taylor | Undercurrents

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by Heather Taylor

Ten acoustic tracks highlight captivating female vocals, brilliant slide guitar and octave mandolin, lyrically unearthing a powerful antidote to self doubt and encapsulating themes of preservation, love and radical self acceptance.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Up on a Mountain
5:17 album only
2. Run Run Away
3:17 album only
3. Sedona Sunrise
6:05 album only
4. Other Side of Fear
3:53 album only
5. Starstuff
4:29 album only
6. Color of the Blues
5:57 album only
7. Milk Sugar Love
2:47 album only
8. Would You Love
4:09 album only
9. Roll Away
4:03 album only
10. Dear Julie
2:23 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Creeping Phlox, a woodland plant native to Appalachia is highly adaptable and known for its colorful carpet of cheerful blossoms. Its’ flower essence stimulates the development of individuality- softening aggression and promoting peace towards oneself. Like creeping phlox, Undercurrents unearths a powerful antidote to self-doubt. The 10 track LP is a carefully crafted remedy; Heather Taylor brews a tonic using her keen observations of emotional inner worlds and their effect on the outer, natural world.

Inspired by the rich storytelling culture of Appalachia, Undercurrents encapsulates themes of preservation, love and radical self-acceptance. Expansive and exposed like a rocky summit, Taylor offers a raw and refined vocal delivery that reminds of Rhiannon Giddens. She draws influence from the graceful and spirited songwriting of Sarah Jarosz- offering her own brand of holistic and divinely feminine americana.

After winning the Brown Bag Songwriter Competition in Asheville, NC, Heather Taylor recorded her upcoming album Undercurrents at Echo Mountain Recording Studios. Tracked live to capture the bare bones honesty of folk music, Undercurrents features Heather Taylor (vocals/octave mandolin), Sean Jerome (slide guitar) and Grammy Award winning producer Julian Dreyer (engineering/mixing).



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