John Taylor (2)

John Taylor

Also known as J. Taylor, John Taylor, Taylor
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.johntaylorjazz.com

Discography of John Taylor (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Pause, And Think Again 5 Audio 1971 Turtle Records
2 Azimuth 6 Audio 1977
3 Reverie 5 Audio 1978 Vinyl Records
4 Rosslyn 7 Audio 2003
5 Pause, And Think Again 5 Audio 1995 FMR Records (2)
6 Double, Double You 4 Audio 1984
7 Reverie 5 Audio 1978 Vinyl Records
8 Triangoli 11 Audio 2008
9 Morning Glory 4 Audio 1973 Antilles
10 What Now? 8 Audio 2005 C.A.M. Jazz
11 Nightfall 9 Audio 2004 Naim Label
12 Live At Roccella Jonica 4 Audio 1985 Ismez Polis
13 Solo 10 Audio 1992 Sentemo Records
14 Parlance 9 Audio 1995 Instant Present Records
15 Insight 11 Audio 2003 Sketch (2)
16 Overnight 11 Audio 2002 Sketch (2)
17 Exits And Entrances 9 Audio 2001 Oh No! (2)
18 Ambleside Days 7 Audio 1992 Ah Um
19 Moon 9 Audio 2001 EGEA
20 ContoS 9 Audio 1993 EGEA
21 New Old Age 9 Audio 2005 EGEA
22 Phases 12 Audio 2009 C.A.M. Jazz
23 Whirlpool 8 Audio 2007 C.A.M. Jazz
24 Angel Of The Presence 8 Audio 2005 C.A.M. Jazz
25 Pure And Simple 6 Audio 2007 C.A.M. Jazz
26 Songs And Variations 11 Audio 2005 C.A.M. Jazz
27 Where Do We Go From Here? 10 Audio 2004 C.A.M. Jazz
28 Verso 10 Audio 2000 Provocateur Records
29 ... Like Song, Like Weather 10 Audio 1999 Koch Jazz
30 In Concert 7 Audio 1999 Enodoc Records
31 Siren's Song 7 Audio 1997 Justin Time
32 Now And Now Again 4 Audio 2002 Justin Time
33 Live At Roccella Jonica 4 Audio 1996 Splasc(h) Records
34 One Of Many 10 Audio 2011 C.A.M. Jazz
35 Other People 8 Audio 2005 C.A.M. Jazz
36 Requiem For A Dreamer 7 Audio 2011 C.A.M. Jazz
37 Nightfall 7 Audio 2004 Naim Label
38 Juni 8 Audio 1999
39 Giulia's Thursdays 9 Audio 2012-07-13 C.A.M. Jazz
40 Songs Of The Stars 14 Audio 1988 Jazz House
41 In Two Minds 11 Audio 2014-01-14 C.A.M. Jazz


Self-taught pianist John Taylor first came to the attention of the jazz audience in the late 60s alonside UK saxophonists Alan Skidmore and John Surman. He has since worked with numerous jazz artists from around the world (Jan Garbarek, Enrico Rava, Gil Evans, Lee Konitz, Charlie Mariano, Ronnie Scott, to name a few), and released a number of albums under his own name, aswell as his work on ECM with Azimuth (playing alongside wife Norma Winstone and trumpet player Kenny Wheeler).

Taylor currently holds the position as professor of jazz piano at the Cologne College of Music, UK.

Born 9.25.1942, Manchester.


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