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Robin Taylor , Taylor's Free Universe - Two-Pack FLAC album

Performer: Robin Taylor , Taylor's Free Universe
Genre: Jazz / Rock
Title: Two-Pack
Country: Denmark
Released: 2010
Style: Fusion, Prog Rock
Label: Marvel Of Beauty
Catalog Number: MOBCD 021
FLAC version ZIP size: 1938 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1151 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1875 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 673


1Taylor's Free UniverseDon't You Miles Me!11:53
2Taylor's Free UniverseDark City11:41
3Robin Taylor Heavy Friends5:13
4Robin Taylor Stoned Mushroom7:19
5Robin Taylor Ghost of Göran9:56


  • Bass, Keyboards, PercussionRobin Taylor (tracks: 1-1 to 1-3)
  • Design, GraphicsDan Eggers
  • DrumsKlaus Thrane (tracks: 1-1 to 1-3), Rasmus Grosell (tracks: 2-1, 2-2)
  • Electric BassAssi Roar (tracks: 2-1, 2-2)
  • Electric Guitar, Electronics, ProducerRobin Taylor
  • Mastered ByUdi Koomran
  • Mixed By, Edited ByLouise Nipper, Robin Taylor (tracks: 2-1, 2-2)
  • SaxophoneJacob Mygind (tracks: 1-1, 1-3)
  • Soprano SaxophoneCarsten Sinvald (tracks: 1-2)
  • Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Recorded ByKarsten Vogel (tracks: 2-1, 2-2)
  • Violin, ElectronicsPierre Tassone (tracks: 2-1, 2-2)
  • VocalsLouise Nipper (tracks: 1-2)


Split release issued on double 3" CD. CD2 recorded at Oyster Songs Recording Studio on February 8th, 2006. CD1 recorded in 2010 at Soundscape Studio, Copenhagen.


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  • Mixed At – Soundscape Studio
  • Edited At – Soundscape Studio
  • Mastered At – Ginger Studio
  • Recorded At – Oyster Songs Recording Studio
This unfortunately became the swan song of the band, started in 2001. Clearly an attempt at being more accessible, while still keeping the wild cards at hand. It wasn't easy, the first shots weren't leading anywhere but then .... the spirit of Miles came down on us, brought in by the rhythm section first, then the rest of the players. And it started streams of energetic free improvised music, based on rock-solid grooves. Even some spontaneous and uncontrolled effects took place, as my violin pick-up caught Karsten's saxophone playing, doubling it with the processed effects set for my violin (some mystically tuned harmoniser effect) and morphing the end sound into an unreal otherworldly entity. Robin's guitar and my violin were massively electronically processed and sounded tightly close to each other, shuffling the cards as to who was playing what! Those two tracks could have paved the way to a new Taylor's Free Universe and we only scratched the surface of its possibilities; instead it marked with a strong painful shout the end of a story!

Pierre Tassone