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Dylan Taylor

Born: March 29    Primary Instrument: Bass

Dylan Taylor

Multiple genres weave in and out of Sweeter for the Struggle, Dylan Taylor’s latest album. A showcase of the diversity of Taylor's tastes, the album is all held together with his identifiable bass stylings and perpetual groove. Be prepared to be taken through turns of straight ahead, fusion, Afro-Cuban, fusion, straight ahead, blues, avant-garde, and more.

Masterful talents, the likes of Bobby Zankel, Tom Lawton, Craig McIver, Bob Meashey, and Steve Tirpak all gratefully and gracefully join in on the production, each lending their own voice so that the sum is truly greater than the parts. Not only that, but the great Larry Coryell, a longtime friend of Taylor's, is also featured on the album quite generously. In fact, the new recording of “Low-Lee-Tah,” a Coryell tune, is the fulfillment of a boyhood dream of Taylor's - to record this groundbreaking fusion composition with the composer himself....
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Dylan Taylor & Kelly Meashey, Songs of Living (CIMP Records, 2003)

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