"I love, love, LOVE Grant and Lee- I will be spinning it a lot for a long time!"
- Jim Jenkins WAGS South Carolina Internet Radio DJ
"Vocally and lyrically, artists like Tori Amos comes to mind, and then she hits you with a Michelle Shocked kinda vibe, and next thing you know, it’s like Ricki Lee Jones."
- Dana Marshall 92.5 The River
"Clearly, Taylor is a fearless singer-songwriter, one who is unafraid to get her hands dirty"
- Julia R. DeStefano, The Boston Noise
"…it’s an album filled with massive hooks, impossibly catchy tunes that bore into your brain and, having set up shop, absolutely refuse to leave — you know, the kind you find yourself humming without thinking about it"
- J.C. Lockwood, Newburyport Current
"The beauty of Lynne Taylor's songs is pure poetry"
- Remo Ricaldone, DJ and reviewer for www.bcmai.it, and
"Lynne’s vocals dominate... rich and full of expression. Her lyrics move with meaning for us to linger on."
- T-Max, The Noise
"...a super album that celebrates and rejoices in its diversity, but is never distracted by it."
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Lynne Taylor is like a voice in the wilderness, howling for truth and justice, whether it be about empire building, media lies or street kids.
- Diane Crowe, Music of the People, WMCB, Greenfield, MA
"With Lynne Taylor, what you see is what you get. She writes the songs, she sings them, and she accompanies herself on the piano. She is a one-woman act, but there is no acting involved. It’s all Lynne Taylor, and her music is anything but sweet, often rocking, sometimes waltz-like, and as raw as it gets."
- Louis McNulty The Noise- Boston 09/03/2014
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