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Very excited to release this album of new original music on Blujazz Records, featuring Larry Coryell and Mike Clark! Please see my calendar for performances!

Very excited to release this album of new original music on Blujazz Records, featuring Larry Coryell and Mike Clark! Please see my calendar for performances!

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Cadence Magazine 4/2018 Review of One In Mind 

It’s sad to be engaging this music after Coryell’s passing, but nice to check in with his playing regardless of circumstance. The bustling, fulsome groove on “The One or the Nine” makes for a rousing start. There’s strongly motivic playing at the heart of things, and the leader Taylor sounds fantastic in the thick of it all. Coryell’s playing suggests he’s fallen back in love with Grant Green, with a much more pared down phraseology than many associate with him. “Loft Funk” sounds especially dialed in, and…

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WRTI Top 100! 

My tune Hittin and Missin made the WRTI top 100 for 2017!

http://wrti.org/post/wrti-901s-top-100-jazz-countdown-2017-list

WTJU Richmond 

Dylan Taylor – One In Mind (BluJazz): Bassist/cellist Dylan Taylor has had a streak of very good luck over the years: A member of a local jazz band that backed up visiting players, he met and played with guitarist Larry Coryell. He later befriended and played with drummer Mike Clark. In 2015, the friends were set up to do a live performance which was wiped out by a heavy snowstorm, but also stranded the players in the performance hall. While stranded, they took advantage by playing AND recording their…

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Chip Stern - One In Mind review 

“… last year’s dramatic interplay with Dylan Taylor on the master bassist’s ONE IN MIND, which featured a remarkable degree of conversational funk and swing between Larry and the innovative drummer Mike Clark, an ideal pairing I was most certainly looking forward to hearing a great deal more of in the near future, Larry and Mike being two of my fave musicians and people, but then, we are all playing with the house’s money, are we not. It wasn’t meant to be. Chip Stern, http://radiofreechip.com/ 

 

"53 Stations" Cadence Magazine Review Jan. 2016  

53 STATIONS 

THE HILLTOP 

SESSIONS 

DREAMBOX MEDIA DMJ- 

1138 

LACY/ FOLLOW ME/ 53 

STATIONS/ SWEET 16/ BELLS/ 

PAGE 3/ LATER/ BLACK TIDE/ 

DEPARTURE 

54:42 

Jason Shapiro, ts, ss; Bob 

Meashey, tpt, flgh; Dylan 

Taylor, b; Skip Rohrich, d. 

February 1, 2007; June 9, 

2007; June 12, 2007.

53 Stations is a piano-less quartet of musicians 

from South Jersey, Southeastern Pennsylvania, 

and Northern Delaware. The group is firmly rooted 

in tradition and polished musicianship. Each 

member of…

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Sam Dockery, Jazz Pianist.   

Just learned of the passing of Sam Dockery, Jazz Pianist, from this world. I am proud to say I played and recorded with Sam and drummer Butch Ballard on what was probably their last recording; Butch's 2007  record Mozaic.  I've been meaning to put the recording up on this site. I will do it now.