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With John Mayall's Bluesbreakers

  • Crusade (Decca, 1967/LP, 1987/CD)
  • Diary of a Band Volume 1 & 2 (Decca, 1968/LP)
  • Bare Wires (Decca, 1968/LP, 1988/CD )
  • Blues from Laurel Canyon (Decca, 1968/LP, 1989/CD)
  • Primal Solos (Decca, 1969/LP)
  • Back to the Roots (Decca, 1971/LP, 2001 on 2CD)
  • Return of the Bluesbreakers (AIM, 1985/LP, 1993/CD)
  • The 1982 Reunion Concert (Repertoire records, 1994/CD) with John Mayall, Mick Taylor, Colin Allen and John McVie
  • Wake Up Call (1993)
  • Silver Tones – The Best of John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers (Silvertone Records, 1998)
  • Along for the Ride (2001)
  • Rolling with the Blues (2003) – selection of live recordings '72–'82
  • Essentially John Mayall (Eagle Rock Records, 2007) 5 CD Box Set

With the Rolling Stones

  • Through the Past, Darkly (1969) (compilation) UK/US #2

Taylor plays on "Honky Tonk Women"

  • Let It Bleed (1969) UK #1 / US #3

Taylor plays on "Country Honk" and "Live With Me"

  • Get Yer Ya-Yas Out! (1970) UK #1 / US #6
  • Sticky Fingers (1971) UK/US #1
  • Gimme Shelter (album) (1971) (compilation) UK #19
  • Hot Rocks, 1964-1971 (1972) (compilation) UK #3 / US #4
  • Exile on Main St. (1972) UK/US #1
  • Rock'n'Rolling Stones (1972) (compilation) UK #41
  • Goats Head Soup (1973) UK/US #1
  • It's Only Rock 'n Roll (1974) UK #2 / US #1
  • Made in the Shade (1975) (compilation of hits 1971–74) UK #14 / US #6
  • Metamorphosis (1975) UK #45 / US #8

Taylor plays on "I Don't Know Why" and "Jiving Sister Fanny".

  • Rolled Gold: The Very Best of the Rolling Stones (1975) (compilation) UK #7
  • Get Stoned (30 Greatest Hits) (1977) (compilation) UK #8
  • Sucking in the Seventies (1981) (compilation of hits, album cuts and outtakes 1974–1981) US #15
  • Tattoo You (1981) UK #2 / US #1

Taylor plays on "Tops" and "Waiting on a Friend", both tracks recorded in 1972 during the Goats Head Soup sessions.

  • In Concert (Rolling Stones album) (1982) (live compilation 1966-1969) UK #94
  • Story of The Stones (1982) (compilation) UK #24
  • Rewind (1984) (compilation of hits 1971–83) UK #23 / US #86
  • Singles Collection: The London Years. (1989) (compilation of singles 1963–71) US #91
  • Jump Back: The Best of The Rolling Stones (1993) (compilation of hits 1971–89) UK #16 / US #30
  • Forty Licks (2002) (compilation 1964–2002) UK/US #2
  • Rarities 1971-2003 (2005) US #76

Taylor plays on "Let It Rock" (live 1971) and the 1974 b-side "Through The Lonely Nights".

  • Exile On Main St. (Rarities Edition) (2010) (Target Exclusive) US #27

Taylor plays on "Pass The Wine (Sophia Loren)", "Plundered My Soul", "I'm Not Signifying", "Loving Cup (Alternate Take)", "Soul Survivor (Alternate Take)" and "Good Time Women".

  • Brussels Affair (2011) 1973 live performance
  • GRRR! (2012) (compilation 1963–2012) UK #3 / US #19
  • Hyde Park Live (2013) (2013 live performance) UK #16 / US #19

Taylor plays guitar on "Midnight Rambler", acoustic guitar and backing vocals on "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"

Non-Rolling Stones work with Rolling Stones members:

  • Pay, Pack and Follow (John Phillips, first official release by Eagle Rock Records, 2001)

from 1973–1979 recording sessions in London aka "Half Stoned" sessions

produced by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards

  • I've Got My Own Album to Do (Ronnie Wood solo album) (1974)
  • Now Look (Ronnie Wood solo album) (July 1975) US #118
  • Gimme Some Neck (Ronnie Wood solo album) (April 1979) US #45
  • Talk Is Cheap (Keith Richards solo album) (1988) UK #37 / US #24

With Jack Bruce

  • Live on the Old Grey Whistle Test (Strange Fruit, 1995). Tracks from several Whistle Test shows recorded between '75 and '81. Seven of the songs feature Taylor on guitar.
  • Live at the Manchester Free Trade Hall (2 CD, Polydor, 2003)

With Bob Dylan

  • Infidels (1983) UK # 9 / US #20
  • Real Live (In Europe, 1984) (1984) UK #54 / US #115
  • Empire Burlesque (1985) UK #11 / US #33
  • The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961–1991 (1991) UK #32 / US #49

With Carla Olson

  • Too Hot For Snakes (aka Live at the Roxy,1991). Mick plays on all tracks and the album includes two Mick Taylor compositions: "Broken Hands" and "Hartley Quits")
  • Within An Ace (1993,Mick is on 7 of the 10 songs)
  • Reap The Whirlwind (1994, Mick is featured on 3 tracks)
  • The Ring Of Truth (2001, Mick plays on 9 of the 12 tracks)

With Sasha Gracanin

  • Shadow Man (2003)

Solo discography

Studio albums

  • Mick Taylor (1979) US No. 119 [5 wks on top 200]
  • A Stone's Throw (2000)

Live albums

  • Stranger in This Town (1990) (produced by Mick Taylor and Phil Colella)
  • Arthur's Club-Geneve 1995 (Mick Taylor & Snowy White) (Promo CD/TV Especial)
  • Coastin' Home aka Live at the 14 Below (1995) re-issued 2002
  • 14 Below (2003)

With Carla Olson (1 live album, the others are studio recordings)

  • Too Hot For Snakes (Live at the Roxy) (1991 live album)
  • Within An Ace (1993)
  • Reap The Whirlwind (1994, Virgin Records Europe)
  • Special – The best of Carla Olson (1995, Virgin Records Sweden)
  • The Ring of Truth (2001) Mick is on 9 of the 12 songs.
  • Too Hot For Snakes plus (2008, Collectors' Choice) 2-CD set of the Roxy album plus "You Gotta Move" and a 2nd disc of 13 studio tracks 1993 – 2004 including a previously unreleased version of "Winter" and "Think I'm Goin' Mad" from the Carla-produced Barry Goldberg album Stoned Again.

Too Hot For Snakes and The Ring of Truth was released by Fuel / Universal autumn of 2012 as a 2-CD set with 3 bonus tracks including 2 previously unreleased songs from the Roxy Theatre.

Other session work

  • Tubular Bells Premiere Mike Oldfield (June '73) Queen Elizabeth Hall
  • Tubular Bells (Mike Oldfield) Telecast Tubular Bells Part One and Tubular Bells Part Two. Recorded at BBC Broadcasting House November 1973 and aired in early '74 and June '74. Available on Oldfield's Elements DVD.
  • The Tin Man Was A Dreamer (Nicky Hopkins) (1973)
  • "London Underground" (Herbie Mann 1974)
  • Live European Tour Billy Preston – (A&M Records, 1974). Recorded with Stones Mobile Studio during the '73 tour. Preston opened up for the band with Mick Taylor on guitar.

Released on CD (A& M – Japan, 2002)

  • Have Blues Will Travel (Speedo Jones) (Integrity Records, 1988)
  • Reggae II (Herbie Mann) (Atlantic, 1976)
  • Just A Story From America (Elliott Murphy) (Columbia 1977)
  • Waiting for Columbus (Little Feat) (1978) double CD released 2002
  • Expresso II (Gong) (1978)
  • Downwind (Pierre Moerlen's Gong) (1979) lead guitar on What you know
  • Alan Merrill (Alan Merrill)'s solo album (Polydor, 1985) recorded in London in 1977
  • Vinyl (Dramarama) (1991)
  • Burnin' Blues (Coupe De Villes) (1992)
  • Piedra rodante (Tonky Blues Band) (1992)
  • Once in a Blue Moon (Gerry Groom) (1993)
  • Cartwheels (Anthony Thistlethwaite) (1993)
  • Hecho en Memphis (Ratones Paranoicos, Sony Music) (1993)
  • Let's get stoned (The Chesterfield Kings) (Mirror Records,1994)
  • Crawfish and Caviar (Anthony Thistlethwaite)
  • Blue Night (Percy Sledge, Virgin Records, 1994)
  • Mick & I (2001) Miyuki & Mick Taylor
  • From Clarksdale to Heaven (BlueStorm, 2002) John Lee Hooker Tribute Album.
  • Stoned Again (Barry Goldberg, Antone's Records, 2002)
  • Meaning of Life (Todd Sharpville) (Cathouse/Universal, 2003)
  • Key To Love (Debbie Davies) (Shanachie Records, 2003)
  • Shadow Man (re-release of a Sasha album from '96) (2003)

Originally released by Alpha Music in 1996, this "Mick Taylor featuring Sasha" album should have read "Sasha featuring Mick Taylor", but the company felt it would sell better under a household name. It features Mick Taylor on guitar, but is basically a Sasha Gracanin album.

  • Treasure Island (Nikki Sudden) (Secretly Canadian, 2004)
  • Unterwegs (Crazy Chris Kramer) (2009)
  • Chicago Blues (Crazy Chris Kramer) (2010)
 

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