Paul Taylor: Ladiesí Choice
AAJ: Your work on Keiko's album, Moyo (Heart & Soul) (Shout Factory, 2007) and your contribution to the song "Black River are great. You made your acting debut on the soap opera, One Life to Live. Is acting another passion of yours or was that just an opportunity that presented itself?
PT: That is just something that came up. I am a big fan of television, you know, growing up. I have never really thought of myself as an actor. The opportunity presented itself to be on One Life to Live and it was cool because I got to play myself in a club setting playing my songs, and I had a couple of lines. It was really fun. I never really thought, "I want to be an actor, too. But, it was good while it happened.
AAJ: Well I'm sure you'll have other opportunities in the future if that is something that you decide to pursue. Back to the record, every song on Ladies' Choice has a really positive vibe.
PT: The song "Ladies' Choice is probably my favorite. We're filling in the calendar right now. I'll be touring with Regina Belle. I just want to say that I really appreciate all the support from my fans over the years and I hope that they follow my musical journey through the years. When they hear Ladies' Choice they will hear my latest inspirations, the sound has really inspired me. I think if anyone has liked my previous albums then they will like the vibe on Ladies' Choice.
Paul Taylor, Ladies' Choice (Peak Records, 2007)
Keiko Matsui, Moyo (Heart & Soul) (Shout Factory, 2007)
Paul Taylor, Nightlife (Peak Records, 2005)
Paul Taylor, Steppin' Out (Peak Records, 2003)
Paul Taylor, Hypnotic (Peak Records, 2001)
Paul Taylor, Undercover (Encoded Music, 2000)
Keiko Matsui, Full Moon and the Shrine (Countdown, 1998)
Paul Taylor, Pleasure Seeker (Countdown, 1997)
Keiko Matsui, Dream Walk (Countdown, 1996)
Paul Taylor, On The Horn (ULG, 1995)
Keiko Matsui, Sapphire (White Cat, 1995)
Photo Credit Cary Gillaspie