Maria Taylor's part of that terribly contemporary wave of pop artists who'll be able to support themselves for at least the next half-decade solely by selling songs to hour-long network dramas. (See also the Fray, Cary Bros.) It's the new Music For Airports, except it's Music For Grey's Anatomy – airy and expansive, loaded with melodramatic melodies and lyrics about wanting and never getting, stars and the romance of nature, childhood memories and pillows. It's hard to fault Taylor for being simpatico with this trend, since she's been rocking the wispy strumming/gentle electronics combo since her duo Azure Ray began. Nevertheless, Lynn Teeter Flower's a pretty lightweight disc, with barely a handful of tracks (the urgent piano-chord bounce of Replay and the Bright Eyes country stomp The Ballad Of Sean Foley stand out) that diverge from the predictable formula. Maria Taylor floats into the Horseshoe Wednesday (March 21).