Mark Taylor (music producer)

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Mark Taylor is a British record producer and songwriter. He has worked with artists such as Tina Turner,[1] Lady Gaga,[2] Nelly Furtado,[3] Lionel Richie,[4] Hall & Oates,[5] Cher,[6] Rod Stewart,[7] Belinda Carlisle,[8] Daniel Bedingfield,[9] Ronan Keating,[10] Enrique Iglesias,[11] Britney Spears,[12] James Morrison,[13] Kylie Minogue,[14] Jennifer Lopez.[15] Taylor worked on Cher's 1998 album Believe, with whom he won a Grammy for its title track.[16][17][18][19] The album went on to sell over 12 million copies worldwide.[20] The song Believe featured an early example of the vocal effect Auto tune.[21]


  1. ^ "DISCS". The Buffalo News. via HighBeam (subscription required). February 4, 2000. 
  2. ^ Shetler, Scott (August 22, 2011). "Lady Gaga's 'You & I' Remixed by Producer Mark Taylor". Pop Crush. 
  3. ^ "Broken Strings". Billboard. March 7, 2009. Archived from the original on March 9, 2009. 
  4. ^ "Lionel Richie's 'Renaissance'". Sacramento Observer. via HighBeam (subscription required). February 7, 2001. 
  5. ^ "Daryl Hall & John Oates, Do It For Love". All Music. 
  6. ^ Strauss, Neil (March 11, 1999). "Cher Resurrected, Again, by a Hit; The Long, Hard but Serendipitous Road to 'Believe'". The New York Times. 
  7. ^ Houlihan, Mary; Johnson, Jeff (August 5, 2001). "Spin Control". Chicago Sun-Times. via HighBeam (subscription required). Stewart has wisely turned over the producing reigns to Rob Dickins, who brought together a stellar stable of contemporary pop/R&B wizards including Brian Rawling, Mark Taylor and Christopher Neil. 
  8. ^ Meldore, Ritik. Belinda Carlisle. AnVi OpenSource Knowledge Trust. pp. 41–. 
  9. ^ Wilson, Lana (May 15, 2004). "Lionel Richie takes stepback into Motown --temporarily". The Oakland Tribune. via HighBeam (subscription required). 
  10. ^ "Ronan Keating and Kate Rusby - All Over Again". Hit Parade. 
  11. ^ "Enrique & Ronan to sing duet". The Mirror. via HighBeam (subscription required). May 29, 2002. 
  12. ^ Stern, Bradley (September 2, 2011). "Daily B: The Original Version of 'And Then We Kiss' Surfaces". Muumuse. 
  13. ^ "James Morrison, Nothing Ever Hurt Like You". All Music. 
  14. ^ "Kylie Minogue". All Music. 
  15. ^ "Jennifer Lopez, J to Tha L-O!: The Remixes". All Music. 
  16. ^ "Past Winners Search". The GRAMMYS. 
  17. ^ "Metrophonic renews global publishing deal with Universal". Music Business Worldwide. April 23, 2015. 
  18. ^ Cowley, Peter. "Reviews, Nell Bryden". Fatea Magazine. 
  19. ^ "Universal Music Renews Agreement With Metrophonic" (PDF). The Songwriter. July 2015. p. 16. 
  20. ^ "Don't Call it a Comeback". Rolling Stone. 23 Jan 2007. Archived from the original on April 6, 2008. Retrieved 2008-05-03. 
  21. ^ Westhoff, Ben (1 May 2011). Dirty South: OutKast, Lil Wayne, Soulja Boy, and the Southern Rappers Who Reinvented Hip-Hop. Chicago Review Press. pp. 224–. ISBN 978-1-56976-867-9. 

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