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Taylor's Universe / Taylor's Free Universe

Taylor's Universe / Taylor's Free Universe
Country
Denmark
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Taylor's (Free) Universe are two projects led by guitarist Robin Taylor. The Free variety is more improvisational, the un-Free, more composed.
Website
http://www.progressor.net/robin-taylor/
Related articles (12)
Releases on file (15)
Taylor's Universe — Almost Perfected Taylor's Universe — Almost Perfected
(Marvel of Beauty MOBCD 027, 2017, CD & LP)
Taylor's Universe — Across the Universe: An Introduction to Taylor's Universe Taylor's Universe — Across the Universe: An Introduction to Taylor's Universe
(Marvel of Beauty , 2015, CD)
Taylor's Universe — From Scratch Taylor's Universe — From Scratch
(Marvel of Beauty MOBCD 025, 2015, CD)
Taylor's Universe — Evidence Taylor's Universe — Evidence
(Marvel of Beauty MOBCD024, 2013, CD)
Taylor's Universe — Worn Out Taylor's Universe — Worn Out
(Marvel of Beauty MOBCD 023, 2013, CD)
Taylor's Universe — Kind of Red Taylor's Universe — Kind of Red
(Marvel of Beauty MOBCD 022, 2012, CD)
Robin Taylor / Taylor's Free Universe — Two Pack Robin Taylor / Taylor's Free Universe — Two Pack
(Marvel of Beauty MOBCD 021, 2011, 2CD)
Robin Taylor — Return to Whatever Robin Taylor — Return to Whatever
(MALS 315, 2009, CD)
Taylor's Universe with Denner — Soundwall Taylor's Universe with Denner — Soundwall
(Marvel of Beauty MOBCD 018, 2008, CD)
Taylor's Free Universe — Manipulated by Taylor Taylor's Free Universe — Manipulated by Taylor
(Marvel of Beauty MOBCD 016, 2006, CD)
Taylor's Free Universe — Family Shot Taylor's Free Universe — Family Shot
(Marvel of Beauty MOBCD 013 , 2005, CD)
Taylor's Universe with Karsten Vogel — Oyster's Apprentice Taylor's Universe with Karsten Vogel — Oyster's Apprentice
(Marvel of Beauty MOBCD014, 2005, CD)
Taylor's Free Universe — File under Extreme Taylor's Free Universe — File under Extreme
(Marvel of Beauty MOBCD 007, 2002, CD)
Taylor's Universe with Karsten Vogel — Experimental Health Taylor's Universe with Karsten Vogel — Experimental Health
(Marvel of Beauty MOBCD 002, 1998, CD)
Taylor's Universe — Taylor's Universe Taylor's Universe — Taylor's Universe
(RIGHTCD 018, 1994, CD)

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