Taylor Harvey | No Loitering

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No Loitering

by Taylor Harvey

Full of very guitar-oriented music and his no-nonsense approach to songwriting. From the folky to acoustic country to the anthemic rock.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Life Is Too Short
3:14 $0.99
2. Twist Of Fate
3:13 $0.99
3. Sunglasses
2:26 $0.99
4. Melancholy Pizza Guy
3:54 $0.99
5. 100,000 Mile Broken Down Greasy Hand Blues
2:53 $0.99
6. Rock n Roll Girl
4:17 $0.99
7. Don't Tread On Me
3:12 $0.99
8. Lincoln
4:11 $0.99
9. I Remember You
6:43 $0.99
10. The Bottom Line
3:39 $0.99
11. It Ain't Easy Bein' Me
3:00 $0.99
12. White Trash Blues
2:38 $0.99
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Album Notes
Taylor Harvey is a SoCal singer-songwriter who has been playing bars and parties for 12 years in bands and as a solo. Over that time he has grown and matured both personally and musically and that is reflected in his music. This CD, his first, starts out with a couple very mellow, lyrical acoustic guitar songs and proceeds to take the listener on an exciting ride.

The twists and turns include jazzy, bluesy, hard-rockin' and funny and are charged with more guitar work than you'll ever realize you just listened to. From the thoughtful insight of "Life Is Too Short," to the gritty passion of "Don't Tread On Me" to the raucous hilarity of "White Trash Blues," you'll be glad you added No Loitering by Taylor Harvey to your music collection.



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best local CD out there
This has to be the best CD put out by San Diegos hometown musicians ever!!! What a wonderful compilation of ballads, blues and good old rock'n roll. His next CD can't come out soon enough. We are so proud to host him at our house concert later this month (May 24).

Charles Johnson

Or, "The Everyman Chronicles
Where can I begin about Taylor Harvey's awesome album "No Loitering?"
I sometimes think that this album should have been entitled "The Everyman Chronicles", because in each and everyone of these tracks, there is someone each and everyone of us can relate to. In one track, you may know this guy, or in another, you may be THAT guy. Take for example in the rollicking "100,000 Mile Broke Down Greasy Hand Blues"...before most of us were aware of AAA, how many of us haven't been broken down on the side of the road with neither a cell phone signal or a degree in auto maintennance to our name? Or, the hapless deliveryman in "Melancholy Pizza Guy", who dreamed of something better, but somehow in an ironic twist of life, ended up asking "would you like a coke and crazy bread with your order, sir?" This song drives home the theory from Mr. Billy Shakespeare that comedy and tragedy can, and often do, co-exist in the same play.
But the song that truly speakes volumes is the opening track, "Life Is Too Short". "If I could have the money back I spent having a ball/I'd pay off all my credit cards and buy a shopping mall." Amen. So many other great songs, so little bandwidth in this review page.
Taylor's rich, warm baritone and solid playing from all the players in the band make this a great listening experience for the everyman/everywoman in all of us. So, dear reader, I implore you...stop reading this rambling review and buy this album. You won't regret it.

Ed Atkinson

As good a debut album as you'll ever hear!!
No Loitering has someything for everyone. From the acoustic ballads Life Is Too Short and Twist Of Fate that bring a young Buffet to mind, to the roadhouse type rockers 100,000 Mile Broken Down Greasy Hand Blues and Don't Tread On Me, Taylor Harvey has woven together an album of cleverly written and well crafted songs. Sunglasses and White Trash Blues are sure to bring a smile to your face, while the beautiful I Remenber You and The Bottom Line will make one sit back and think. This album is sure to find a place in any music lovers collection and will be loitering in ones stereo for a long time.

Lou West

Sunday Afternoon Music!
This is a CD well worth the money for anyone that loves dive bars and maragaritas in the sun!

A.C. Simonin-Williams

Gotta love it!
This is awesome old school rock and roll. Music for everyone...from my Dad to my kids, all enjoy getting down to these tunes. We all love it! A definite must have for kicking back and hanging out with family and friends.

Jim Gordon

awesome record with little of everything
I laughed, I cried, I rocked! Beautiful ballads, great guitar and White Trash Blues is one of the funniest songs I've ever heard. Its like putting Jimmy Buffett, the Stones and James Taylor on shuffle play.

Karla Leiler

For Everyone
You don't have to be from San Diego, hang out in dive bars, or love the blues to enjoy this album. No Loitering touches that part of your brain that says, I need a break today. The songs are first rate, as is the music. More than that, the feel of the CD is pure leisure and fun. I can't wait for the next one.