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"This is one hell of a record and deserves as much press and airtime it can gather! I love this CD!"
“Taylor has a way of seeing the hazy light inside a barroom and writing songs that make that darkness come alive.”
"There's something about Lynn Taylor's voice that gets right under your skin. But it's an infestation you'll welcome if you're a fan of real country music. Taylor's vocals recall Wayne the Train Hancock, with a touch of John Prine. BarFly is an unique record that’ll keep you busy peeling back the layers for a long time, an itch you’ll enjoy scratching."
“Lynn Taylor doesn't waste time trying to be cute. He'd rather tell you the truth, not so much in your face but beneath your skin.”
"…reminds me a lot of early John Prine with a touch of Guy Clark."
"BarFly is a consistently enjoyable slab, with Taylor burning especially bright on the heartfelt “Stay With Me,” the rollicking “Beffboy Jack & Mississippi John,” the title track, “Once Again,” “She Had a Laugh” and “Go Back."
"BarFly is a very special debut album by Lynn Taylor. While the session musicians can play cards, Lynn can sit down and write sweetly surreal verses. You have no idea the songs are going on forever, and you are stunned, once more, when you realize he’s created another masterpiece in one take. A 'must buy' album."
"…steeped in early rock ’n’ roll, R&B and mostly shuffling, summery country."