Maverick’s Current Music For Inspiration and 2017 Performance


The following items are song/dance music arrangements made by Clifford “Maverick” Taylor.

These pieces are studio recordings of music instruments excluding Maverick’s guitar track, a recording that contains his performance.

The 2017 song / dance production will be a performance built on three (3) 45-minute sets with 15-minute guest performances in each hour.  With three (3)  hours of music and dance performance, the themes will include:

  1. Woman of the Night
  2. Rock of Ages
  3. Chicago Blues: Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper and Larry Carlton — reprise

The following are a line-up of a few songs to be included:

Woman of the Night – WAITING FOR TONIGHT

(Live Performance Opens Spring 2017)

A Song Dance Production by Maverick and the Coalition


Woman of the Night – DANCE AGAIN

(Live Performance Opens Spring 2017)

A Song Dance Production by Maverick and the Coalition


Woman of the Night Stand Back

(Live Performance Opens Spring 2017)

A Song Dance Production by Maverick and the Coalition


The Librarian Belongs To The City

(Performance Opens Spring 2017)

A Song Dance Production by Maverick and the Coalition


Woman of the Night Masquerade

(Performance Opens Spring 2017)

A Song Dance Production by Maverick and the Coalition


Woman of the Night for her Husband


Music to improvise to:

Watermelon Man

by Herbie Hancock, arrangement: Clifford “Maverick” Taylor


Clifford “Maverick” Taylor is now working for fun as he returns to the entertainment stage, performing his energetic guitar style and  singing with the young and vibrant, singer / dancer,  Ms. Tamara Rodriguez:

2016_tamara-rodriguez_unity-in-the-community-event-with-clifford

The collaboration of these two artists will bring the musical sounds like “I Talked To ItalianO” with the fine blending of Techo-HipHop-Latin sounds with Maverick’s unique and discernible guitar chops:

I Talked To ItalianO

Rain On My Parade


For the men, and their family, who sit with me at my fire:

Pressing Toward The Mark

the Song Dance Production about Honor, Valor and Core Principles to Live By, featuring Joan of Arc (French: Jeanne d’Arc  5 January 1412 – 30 May 1431) 


Maverick and the Coalition produce:

“A Tribute to the Blues Brothers (with Latin Sisters) Dance Show”

Sources of inspiration and influence:

Show Opening Song: Can’t Turn You Loose


Monetize Your Music (Humorous Example):


Larry Carlton is back to playing his classic Gibson 335 guitar, but now he is playing through a custom BludoTone amplifier:

http://bludotone.com/index.php/about

Here is a run-down of Larry’s equipment and guitars:

http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/21081-rig-rundown-larry-carlton

Larry Carlton Trio – Estival Jazz Lugano 2011

Set List:

01. Larry’s Blues
02. That Road
03. Wes Thing
04. Free Way
05. Smiles And Smiles To Go
06. Sunrise
07. Burnable
08. Cold Gold
09. Walk With Me
10. Comfort Zone
11. The Prince

Larry Carlton with Robbin Ford:

3 thoughts on “Maverick’s Current Music For Inspiration and 2017 Performance”

  1. Larry Carlton is BRILLIANT… he keeps re-inventing his music from
    the beginning days to the present and beyond. He is truly the best
    Blues-Jazz-Fusion Guitarist on the PLANET. GREAT TALENT!!!!

    1. Jim Neely !
      I’m just now writing new songs in the Middle-Eastern mode using the style of Techno-HipHop-Latin with my guitar style added, and will soon be adding vocals similar to those made by Tamara Rodriguez. If you recall some sound samples I shared with you a few years ago, I will be looking for that Sax sound to add to my new music. Interested?

      Best regards, ~Maverick

  2. Hi Cliff , I`m pleased to see you doing something with Tamara ; She will be going places in the business . See you @ Java Joe`s < Russ

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