I am the partner of Beth Duquette, and was your sometimes long ago soundman at places like the Ripton Coffee House. I walked in tonite and our son Ike, (who was lost hitch-hiking in the rain the time you stayed with us) was listening to Velvet Town. So I sat down and enjoyed and was seriously moved by your music for like, the millionth time, and I just felt the need to make contact and let you know that years later, after you're long gone, apparently, from Vermont, you are still here, in fact, and STRONG, and affecting people in a positive way. Thank you. M.M.
Aloha Louise, Mahalo for having me over to your home and for sharing your music! I look forward to more of the same!
Thank you so much for sharing your awesome musical gift with us at the Kalihi Valley party tonight. You were brilliant!
Be well, Aloha,
Is there a CD available that has the song "Archaeology" on it? I have it on a compilation disc from Oasis but if it's available on a full CD I'd love to order it.
All The Best,
I have been dreaming of a new Louise Taylor CD after listening to my best of LT CDR this week. Does anyone have news of a new CD or a tour? I hope Louise makes it back to Seattle soon (along with a new batch of tunes)!!!!!!!
Always the challenge of saying it all in a few well chosen words, or get to the point, as my wife would say!
I lived in Santa Barbara, California for thirty years and listened religiously to KCBX (NPR) radio while I slaved away in my painting studio in the wee hours of the night and weekends. I recorded ALOT of stuff off the radio onto the ole cassettes, that I still listen to today. Sonnie Brown still does the Song and Minstrel show on saturdays. That's where and when I recorded, "How can they say my memory is gone?" Sonnie just emailed me and told me you did this great piece of poetry and music. I have been searching for a long time looking for clues to the song name and artist. God Bless the internet! So, are you the creator and singer of this deeply touching song? My wife and I have always loved this song and shared tears together. Her german grandmother, in the later years, would talk german to her or write her letters all in german, forgetting my wife was not fluent. This last year my mother has taken on the early stages of alzheimers/dementia and the heartaches are only beginning. So this song once more holds our hearts and draws the tears as we see my mother trying to cope with the loss of her mind sometimes. Here in northern Arizona (just below the Grand Canyon) out in cattle ranching country, I am part of the music ensemble at our small cowboy church. We do country gospel and other songs that possess a spiritual nature (like yours) I have been wanting to learn this one for a long, long time. I have all the lyrics and have figured out the chords and music. How do you feel about your song being done in a church? From all that I have read and seen, you look like the artist that did this song. You are blessed with word and melody and storytelling. I have not heard anything else of yours, but will persue it. If you did not write andd sing this song, please forgive me for rambling on to the wrong artist. God Bless You, thanks- Charles M. Huckeba
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