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Matt Taylor Biography and Songs

Matt Taylor

Matt Taylor is an Australian blues musician born 1948. He is best known for his work with long-lasting blues band Chain and for the hit song “I Remember When I Was Young”. He grew up in a working-class family in the suburb of Spring Hill. His father who had emigrated from Liverpool, UK was a tram-driver.

Taylor has played with a wide range of Australian artists, including: Phil Manning, Dave Hole, Lucky Oceans, Broderick Smith, Jeff Lang, Chris Finnen, Lobby Loyde and Greg Lawrie. He has supported major American blues artists like B.B. King, Albert King, Freddie King, Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, Willie Dixon and Albert Collins.

Matt Taylor

Matt Taylor

Matt Taylor Songs

  1. I Remember When I Was Young
  2. Fair Dinkum Aussie Blues
  3. Tweetie
  4. I’m Gonna Miss You Babe
  5. Thirty Two, Twenty Blues
  6. Krishna Loves You Too
  7. Rearrenged
  8. Hard Road
  9. Booze Is Bad News Blues
  10. Brisbane to Beechworth
  11. Northern New South Wales
  12. Grab A Snatch & Hold it
  13. Blow in D
  14. Black and Blue
  15. Gertrude Street Blues
  16. Everyone Has Their Own Path
  17. Everybody’s Doll
  18. Stone Crumbling
  19. Yellow Afternoon
  20. Simple Desician
  21. A Tribute to Muddy Waters
  22. To the Moonlight
  23. Judgement
  24. The Highway 31 Shuffle
  25. Snatch it Back and Hold it
  26. Boogie
  27. Willie Brown
  28. 32-20 Blues
  29. Spring Hill
  30. Oz Boogie
  31. Saturday Night at the Trocadero