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Fragment

by John Taylor Sextet

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Previously only available on tape cassette in 1975, now remastered and available as a download and on limited edition CD for the first time. Released with the cooperation of Chris Laurence, Stan Sulzmann, Chris Bolton Levin, Mark Wheeler, Norma Winstone and John Taylor’s sons.

This is John Taylor’s third album as leader. John’s first was ‘Pause, And Think Again’, released on Turtle Records in 1971. Stan Sulzmann, Kenny Wheeler, Chris Pyne, Chris Laurence and Tony Levin make up the sextet on both albums (with Norma Winstone added on voice on the first album). John Taylor’s second album, which was released in 1973, between these two larger group albums, was a trio album called ‘Decipher’, this time on MPS records. That again included Chris Laurence and Tony Levin in the rhythm section.

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released June 3, 2022

All compositions by John Taylor

John Taylor – piano, electric piano
Ken Wheeler – trumpet, flugelhorn
Stan Sulzmann – tenor & soprano saxophone, flute
Chris Pyne – trombone
Chris Laurence – bass
Tony Levin – drums, percussion

Recorded live in London, January 1975
Original recording engineer - Mike Sykes
Remastering - Christophe Martyn
Cover design – Richard Moore
Produced by John Thurlow

© Jazz In Britain Ltd 2022

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A not-for-profit organisation, whose aim is to collect, curate, preserve, celebrate and promote the legacy of British jazz musicians. The archive collects, curates and preserves off-air and other recordings of British jazz performances.
The organisation will publish books, release vinyl, CDs and downloads, working in partnership with musicians and their families.
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