The creation of a website store with digital files in MP3 and Wav files, along with a PDF booklet with lyrics, liner notes, photos and meanings behind the geopolitical and physics of the songs, is in progress. More of the 42 songs recorded will be available as they’re ready for upload. Thank you for visiting. ~
World Without an Anchor| words and music Elaine Diane Taylor
Without a gold standard the nations are all ships without an anchor. We’ll all drown in debt in turn.
A Terrible Breeze | words and music Elaine Diane Taylor
The threat of nuclear war.
Not Much of a Holiday | words and music Elaine Diane Taylor
Greece’s bank holiday, the IMF and worsening worldwide debt crisis. “Who owes?…wait in line.”
Preparing for the Fall | Album
Bitcoin Barbarians | words and music Elaine Diane Taylor
Cryptocurrencies. “The penny’s gonna drop in this coin race.”
Coins and Crowns | Album
Helplessly Hoping | words and music Stephen Stills (Crosby, Stills & Nash), recording Elaine Diane Taylor
Fuel for Fire | words and music Matthew Ward, recording Elaine Diane Taylor
Hands in the Pocket | words and music Elaine Diane Taylor
Power and corruption.
Coins and Crowns | words and music Elaine Diane Taylor
As heard in the YouTube documentary series Hidden Secrets of Money by Mike Maloney (Episode 1) with over 2.4 million views
Debt and the central bank model’s inevitable collapse.
If… | words by Rudyard Kipling and music by Elaine Diane Taylor
Another Naked Short Week on Wall Street | words and music Elaine Diane Taylor
See the bankers wave the Wall Street wands.
Hallelujah | words and music Leonard Cohen, recording Elaine Diane Taylor 2010 | Single $.99
Leonard Cohen’s beautiful song. Just me and my guitar.
Helicopter Ben | words and music Elaine Diane Taylor
Ben Bernanke and society’s trust in the words of those who have no idea. Argentina, Weimar and Zimbabwe? I’ve heard those words.
Seventeen Stories Below | words and music Elaine Diane Taylor
Life and experience give us stories. Buildings have stories too. The more stories we climb the more perspective we have.Things that blocked the view become smaller and smaller.
“Every floor I come to has a better view. It’s easier to let it go when it’s seventeen stories below.”
Gods of the Copybook Headings | words by Rudyard Kipling and music by Elaine Diane Taylor
The Rise and Fall of Empires (We Know How it Goes)| words and music Elaine Diane Taylor
Nations rise and fall. All in a cycle. Every one. We know how it goes.
Elaine Taylor solo live @ Crush | Album
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