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Robin Taylor
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Isle of Black
Review by Gary Hill
Robin Taylor has given us quite a cool album here. At times on other releases his music has moved too far towards freeform weirdness for the tastes of this reviewer.
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Taylor's Universe - (with Karsten Vogel) - Once Again
Review by Josh Turner
I knew nothing about this band when I slipped this disc in. My first impression was one of confusion and utter uneasiness.
Taylor's Universe - (with Karsten Vogel) - Oyster's Apprentice
Review by Josh Turner
If you liked Robin Taylor's Once Again, this album makes the perfect companion. This is actually much of the same material, which makes it closely complement his previous creation.
Art Cinema - Art Cinema
Review by Bill Knispel
I’ve reviewed a number of Robin Taylor albums in the past for a variety of outlets. Taylor is nothing if not prolific…he’s released 25 albums since 1991 on a variety of labels (Marvel of Beauty, his own label, being the primary source).
Taylor's Universe - Soundwall
Review by Bill Knispel
Robin Taylor is making a career out of surprising his listeners and keeping them on their toes.
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