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Samuel Lawrence Taylor (June 26, 1942 – August 19, 2019) was an American bass guitarist, best known for his work as a member of Canned Heat from 1967. Before joining Canned Heat he had been a session bassist for The Monkees and Jerry Lee Lewis. He was the younger brother of Mel Taylor, long-time drummer for The Ventures.

Contents

Discography

with The Monkees

with Canned Heat

with John Mayall

  • Empty Rooms (1969)
  • USA Union (1970)
  • Back to the Roots (1971)
  • Memories (1971)
  • Jazz Blues Fusion (1972)
  • Moving On (1973)
  • Latest Edition (1974)
  • New Year, New Band, New Company (1975)
  • Notice to Appear (1975)
  • Banquet in Blues (1976)
  • Lots of People (1977)
  • Archives to Eighties (1988)
  • Rock the Blues Tonight (1999)

California 1969

with Harvey Mandel

  • Games Guitars Play (1970)
  • Baby Batter (1971)
  • Electronic Progress (1971)
  • Snake (1972)
  • Mercury Years (1995)

with Tom Waits

with others

  • Test Patterns (Boyce & Hart, 1967)
  • Slim's Got His Thing Goin' On' (Sunnyland Slim, 1969)
  • Fiddler on the Rock (Don "Sugarcane" Harris, 1971)
  • Lost Session (Albert King, 1971)
  • Mudlark (Leo Kottke, 1971)
  • The Devil's Harmonica (Shakey Jake Harris, 1972)
  • Cup Full of Dreams (Don "Sugarcane" Harris, 1974)
  • Summit Meeting (Free Creek, 1976)
  • I'm a Southern Man (Louis Myers, 1978)
  • Hollywood Fats Band (Mike „Hollywood Fats“ Mann, 1979)
  • Rock This House (Mike „Hollywood Fats“ Mann, 1979)
  • Anthology Previously Unreleased Material (The Grandmothers, 1980)
  • Rock Therapy (Colin Winski, 1980)
  • The Other Side of Town (Chuck E. Weiss, 1981)
  • Hard Line (The Blasters, 1985)
  • Harpburn (Rod Piazza, 1986)
  • Best (Leo Kottke, 1987)
  • Kristen Vigard (Kristen Vigard, 1988)
  • Healer (John Lee Hooker, 1988)
  • Keith Levene's Violent Opposition (Keith Levene, 1989)
  • Mr. Lucky (John Lee Hooker, 1991)
  • Got Love If You Want It (John Hammond, Jr., 1992)
  • Trespass (Ry Cooder, 1992)
  • In My Time (Charlie Musselwhite, 1992)
  • Mother of an Anthology (The Grandmothers, 1993)
  • That's Life (Kim Wilson, 1994)
  • My New Orleans Soul (Ronnie Barron, 1994)
  • Long Overdue (Junior Watson, 1994)
  • Trouble No More (John Hammond, Jr., 1994)
  • Martinis & Bikinis (Sam Phillips, 1994)
  • Blues for Thought (Terry Evans, 1994)
  • Closer to You (JJ Cale, 1994)
  • Working Girl Blues (Phillip Walker, 1995)
  • 88th Street Blues (Smokey Wilson, 1995)
  • Adventures at Catfish Pond (Bob „Catfish“ Hodge, 1996)
  • Rough News (Charlie Musselwhite, 1997)
  • Lost in America (Lynwood Slim, 1997)
  • Mr. Blake's Blues (Al Blake, 1997)
  • My Blues (Kim Wilson, 1997)
  • Signifyin' (Fred Kaplan, 1997)
  • Back to Back (Lynwood Slim, 1998)
  • Lookin for Trouble (Edward Taylor, 1998)
  • Jump Children! Finis Tasby, 1998)
  • New Depths (The Ventures, 1998)
  • Soul Disguise (Cesar Rosas, 1999)
  • Zero Zero Zero: The Best of Sam Phillips (Sam Phillips, 1999)
  • Something Good for Your Head (Blackburn & Snow, 1999)
  • I'm Going All the Way (Peggy Pruitt, 2000)
  • I Can Tell (Junior Valentine, 2000)
  • World Wide Wood (Lynwood Slim, 2000)
  • Mo' Na'Kins, Please! (James Harman, 2000)
  • Toughest Girl Alive (Candye Kane, 2000)
  • West Coast House Party (Kid Ramos, 2000)
  • There's a Song in There (Mark DuFresne, 2000)
  • Fool's Paradise (Dale Hawkins, 2000)
  • Wicked Grin (John Hammond, Jr., 2001)
  • Smokin' Joint (Kim Wilson, 2001)
  • "You Can Make It If You Try" (Gene Allison, 2002)
  • Beggar's Oil (Kelly Joe Phelps, 2002)
  • Harmonica Blues Orgy (Easy Baby, 2002)
  • Magic Soul Elixer (Al Blake, 2002)
  • Let It Rain (Tracy Chapman, 2002)
  • Whole Lotta Love (Candye Kane, 2003)
  • Heart Trouble (Wanda Jackson, 2003)
  • Villanelle (Paul Reddick, 2004)
  • Fernando Ortega (Fernando Ortega, 2004)
  • Think About It (Alex Schultz, 2004)
  • Soul Sanctuary (Hollywood Blue Flames, 2005)
  • Southern Jumbo (Colin Linden, 2005)
  • Time Brings About a Change... A Floyd Dixon Celebration (Floyd Dixon, 2006)
  • Hell Under the Skullbones (Graham Lindsey, 2006)
  • Spooked (Marley's Ghost, 2006)
  • Road to Rio (Hollywood Blue Flames, 2006)
  • Can't Quit the Blues (Buddy Guy, 2006)
  • Shower Some Love (Layni Kooper, 2007)
  • Luminous (Chris Murphy, 2007)
  • Big Plans (Mannish Boys, 2007)
  • Like a Fire (Solomon Burke, 2008)
  • Bluelisted (JW-Jones, 2008)
  • Midnight Memphis Sun (JW-Jones, 2010)
  • Definitive Albert King on Stax (Albert King, 2011)
  • New World Generation (New World Generation, 2011)
  • Driftin' From Town To Town (Barrelhouse Chuck & Kim Wilson's Blues All Stars (2013)
  • Blues And Boogie (Kim Wilson) (2017)




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