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5 thoughts on “ Dont Talk Now - James Taylor (2) - James Taylor (CD, Album) ”

  1. James Taylor was the first artist to be signed to record on the Beatles' short-lived vanity Apple label. In late , Taylor's sophisticated self-titled disc foreshadowed the introspective singer/songwriter genre that dominated pop music in the early and mid-'70s.
  2. James Taylor's first Greatest Hits album, released in and consisting of his well-known early '70s recordings on Warner Bros. and re-recordings of some of the songs from his Apple Records debut, is in the rarefied sales category of double-digit millions, so a second volume, taking in his tenure at Columbia Records, was a no-brainer. The only wonder is why it took so long.
  3. Apr 08,  · I don't buy an abundance of music, and this is the only James Taylor that I have, simply because I haven't got through listening to it yet. When I do, I will buy another James Taylor CD. I promise you will be happy with a purchase of this one/5().
  4. Best Live is a track, single-disc abridgement of the track, laacerohealimoosrwipanpostsmethwinca.coinfo set focuses on songs dating from James Taylor's Warner Brothers years, including "Fire and Rain," "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)," and "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight" (but not, curiously, "You've Got a Friend"). It also contains the Columbia hits "Handy Man" and "Your Smiling Face.".
  5. Aug 03,  · Good album, but not near as vibrant as the () "James Taylor Best Live" If you're looking for one album of live JT, skip this one and go to the If you're just looking for the greatest number of songs, go with the "James Taylor (Live)"/5().

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