Art Taylor



Art Taylor

Rating
Active
1950 to 2000
Born
April 6, 1929 in New York
Died
February 6, 1995
Location
New York, New York, United States
Biography
Arthur S. Taylor, Jr. (6 April 1929-6 February 1995) was an American jazz drummer of the hard bop school. After playing in the bands of Howard McGhee, Coleman Hawkins, Buddy DeFranco, Bud Powell, and George Wallington from 1948 to 1957, he formed his own group, the Wailers. Between 1957 and 1963 he toured with Donald Byrd, recorded with Miles Davis and John Coltrane, and performed with Thelonious Monk. In 1963 he moved to Europe, where he lived mainly in France and Belgium for 20 years, playing with local groups and with touring American musicians.

Top Songs by Art Taylor


For Me and My Gal

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Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


L.I.T - Single

L.I.T - Single

Art Taylor August 7, 2015

1 Tracks

Purple Rocks - Single

Purple Rocks - Single

Art Taylor August 7, 2015

1 Tracks

Squad - Single

Squad - Single

Art Taylor August 7, 2015

1 Tracks

Level Of Emotion

Level Of Emotion

Art Taylor February 28, 2015

6 Tracks

Straight No Chaser

Straight No Chaser

Art Taylor February 23, 2015

6 Tracks

The Jazz Collection

The Jazz Collection

Art Taylor September 20, 2014

25 Tracks

Russian Lullaby

Russian Lullaby

Art Taylor September 19, 2014

19 Tracks

Wailing With Lou

Wailing With Lou

Donald Byrd August 5, 2014

6 Tracks

Settin' the Place

Settin' the Place

Art Taylor July 25, 2014

5 Tracks

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