The musician and songwriter known as Taylor James has released his latest official video, “Say It's Me / Living for You.” The video has been released worldwide as one of the most anxiously awaited videos of Q1 2015. A classy, razor sharp video for a classy, razor-sharp track, the “Say It's Me / Living for You” video by Taylor James is accessible to fans of any music genre and an instant classic [link provided below].
Taylor James (not to be confused to be with James Taylor) is a singer of soul and R 'n' B music best known for his signature blend of James Brown and Quincy Jones. James' style is bass-driven and full of funk, retaining the best qualities of soul and rhythm-n-blues from the '70s and '80s while simultaneously adding his own attributes for a contemporary edge. Unlike much of the pop music churned out by the corporate music machine in the modern era, music by Taylor James has a live, analog quality that can't easily be found amid the highly digitized and auto-tuned tracks which populate top-40 radio. Rich, real and full of groove and attitude, Taylor James' “Say It's Me / Living for You” video is not to be missed.
The video is the capstone of a series of capital Taylor James releases which began in November of 2014 with his “Good News” single and instrumental, rose to a crescendo with his popular “Olde School” LP, and mellowed for the holiday season with his newest EP, “A Taylormade Christmas.” Each of his recent releases has been published on the Hearts of Gold Music independent label to much fanfare and universal approbation.
Taylor James was born in 1953 in Vicksburg, Mississippi. He is a graduate of Jackson State University with a degree in music and a minor in recording engineering. He has been writing, recording and producing music since the age of 17. James served as drummer and lead vocalist for Wynd Chymes, whose two LP albums are still in circulation online. His own first album, “No Way Out” appeared on the Great Southern Productions (GSP) music label in 1984. He wrote and produced music under GSP from 1976-1990, after which time he built his own studio and recorded such popular artists as Willie Clayton, Bobby Rush, the William Brothers and the Canton Spirituals.
The “Say It's Me / Living for You” official video by Taylor James is available online worldwide.
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