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Jamie Taylor

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Between 2007 and 2009 Jamie was Course Leader for Jazz at Leeds College of Music (the UK's largest conservatoire), where he remains a principal lecturer on the jazz faculty. He has worked with leading jazz musicians like Baptiste Herbin, Sheryl Bailey, John Stowell, Roni Ben-Hur, Alan Barnes, Jim Mullen, Sebastiaan DeKrom, Andrea DiBiase, Geoff Gascoyne, Matt Fishwick, Steve Fishwick, Richard Iles, Tom Harrison, Steve Brown, Pete Whittaker, Gary Potter, David Lyttle, Laura Jurd, and Tori Freestone. In the field of popular music he has contributed to projects involving Mercury Music Prize nominee Richard Hawley, CANDID recording artist Sarah Mitchell, and Leeds-based indie band "The Pigeon Detectives"

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Ursa Minor/Ursa Major

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Label: Taccola
Released: 2017
Duration: 06:25

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Ignition (Perpetual Motion Machine)

Label: Taccola
Released: 2017
Track listing: Roadside Picnic; Jack Monkey; The Cut; Ignition; The Clock Of The Long Now; Zen; Orbits; Ursa Minor; Ursa Major; Sulphur City Rendezvous; Fog Circle

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Introducing Outside Line

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Released: 2014
Track listing: Someone New suite 1- Someone New 2- Fugue (Hazy) 3- The Optimist Three Colours: Blues suite 4- Canon For Cannon 5- Always Rising 6- Dig Doug

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Dig Doug

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Released: 2014
Duration: 09:39

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Outside Line: Introducing Outside Line

Read "Introducing Outside Line" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


The glory days of Leeds United may be long gone, but while its football team has seen better times, the Yorkshire city's music scene has gone from strength to strength. The individualist stance taken by musicians such as Matthew Bourne hasn't always pleased the jazz police, but it's given Leeds a reputation as a vibrant and ...

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Cat Dreams

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Released: 2009
Track listing: Just Us; A Thousand Ships; Life After Big Sam; Cat Dreams; The Long Window; Dartford Crossing; The Travelator.

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Jamie Taylor & Java: Cat Dreams

Read "Cat Dreams" reviewed by Matthew Warnock


With Cat Dreams, UK guitarist Jamie Taylor combines his high-energy chops with a hard swingin' rhythm section to produce an album that is sure to bring him greater recognition in North America. Jamie Taylor has become known as a young lion on the British jazz scene, as he regularly performs with some of the country's top ...


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