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Coastal & Western
Larry Joe Taylor
Coastal & Western
Genre: Country
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All Artists: Larry Joe Taylor
Title: Coastal & Western
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Valley Multimedia-Closeouts
Release Date: 1/1/2002
Genre: Country
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 747942001121

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Gotta drink and go fishing!
(5 out of 5 stars)

"P.O.ed! Stopped in Victoria(Hasting's) and looked for the tape or C.D. which is always played on TEXAS RADIO out of Victoria by a man named Steve Caughman. Did not have this music which is listened to from P.O.C. to as far South as you can fish!Damn good music & radio station. Larry Joe is more relateable than Buffet(Except "Pirate looks at forty") and almost as tough as David Allen ..."
There is no other Texas musician quite like Larry Joe.
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Larry Joe Taylor has the uncanny ablity to tell tales with the best of today's storytellers in music. With a wit and wisdom comparable to Jimmy Buffett, John Prine, and Steve Goodman, his music is a must have to all who dream of the escapist way of life,but are grounded in a little reality. " American Dream" sums up how many feel in their daily lives, while "Brooksmith Texas" is a sad but realistic telling of how many of the rustic small Texas towns are literally drying up with the moves to the modern meccas of Dallas and Houston." Coastin'" is that Port A influence coming out in Larry Joe.....and let me say that I too....."Love coastin'." "Third Coast" is the autobiographical song wherein LJ admits that "..I followed Buffett to the Florida Keys." Make no mistake, however, LJ draws his influences from many sources, and his music is definitely his own. This is a must have CD for any who desire a little escape from the daily grind, a little fantasy, and a damn good time. Great music! Great performer."
Jimmy Buffett goes Texan
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Larry Joe will be a cult favorite like Robert Earl Keene and Jimmy Buffett, because he combines both styles with his own wit and wisdom."