Taylor McCall – Tide Of Love – Single Review – gardenia publicity

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Review By Darren McIntyre

Taylor McCall is a soulful bluesman from South Carolina who has been riding a triumphant crest of a wave since his UK debut supporting the fantastic Robert Plant on his Saving Grace tour way back in November. This has been cemented by a welcome return to the UK which will see him play the iconic London Palladium, Taylor brings us his fantastic new album Mellow War on the 2nd of February and from that comes the fantastic 2nd single Tide Of Love which I will be reviewing for you today.

Tide Of Love – Sweet clean guitar picks get this blues eruption off the ground as the snare drum taps give this track a real soulful blues feel. The gravelly mellow vocals run freely through the intro as the slide guitar tones grab us and let this foot-stomping blues beast tell its own story, the whole arrangement lets us feel like we have strolled into a blues club and are greeted by this epic tune that brings cool keys and sweet deep basslines that are just grabbing our attention. The rhythm section brings us sweet clean snare drum punches that let the bass kicks drop cool tones to let the groove wash over us as the colossal bluegrass feel whisks us away to somewhere else as this killer track gives us goosebumps with its epic tones and sizzling vocals that instantly grab you and let you reach for the bourbon and pour a swift drink as we feel the mesmerising tones take us down the road for sure.

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                        Taylor McCall  –  Vocals / Guitar

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