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James Taylor, November 4, 2014: Shows I’ll Never Forget

James Taylor, November 4, 2014: Shows I’ll Never Forget

James Taylor, even at 66, takes the stage with a voice as clear and recognizable as if you were playing one of his early albums.

James Taylor – The Essential James Taylor (2013)

James Taylor – The Essential James Taylor (2013)

Having released his last studio album containing original material over 11 years ago, James Taylor has kept his fans waiting for his next collection of songs.

The Friday Morning Listen: James Taylor – Mud Slide Slim And The Blue Horizon (1971)

Shortly after a preview article was published on the upcoming remaster of James Taylor’s Mud Slide Slim And The Blue Horizon, we were knocking around some ideas while sitting around the Something Else! watercooler.

James Taylor – Mud Slide Slim And The Blue Horizon (1971; 2012 Audio Fidelity Remaster)

Sudden success can change people, and not always for the better. James Taylor had become an overnight sensation in 1970 on the strength of his second album

New Music Monday: Dr. John, Ian Anderson, Tab Benoit, James Taylor, David Sylvian

Another Monday, another teetering stack of new music goodness — just waiting to be tipped over, then rifled through.

Birdy – Birdy (2012)

A YouTube sensation after the she posted a bruised and lonely solo take on Bon Iver’s “Skinny Love” last year, the 15-year-old English singer Birdy will finally see the American release of her long-awaited debut.

James Taylor – Sweet Baby James (1970; 2011 Audio Fidelity Remaster)

Recorded in the waning days of the 60’s, James Taylor’s second album became one of a handful of albums that defined the pop and rock landscape in the immediate wake of the Beatles’ breakup.

One Track Mind: Larry Goldings, "In My Room" (2011)

Larry Goldings, the jazz organist and long-time James Taylor sideman, opens his second acoustic piano solo release with this update of “In My Room,” a Beach Boys’ 1963 pop masterpiece

Half Notes: James Taylor – Covers (2008)

by S. Victor Aaron James Taylor went through most of his career without putting together records that have a strong, overall theme to them. That’s changed of late: in 2006 there was a Christmas album and last year it was a live album with little accompaniment. This time out, it’s an album of all covers covering tunes both common andRead More

James Taylor – One Man Band (2007)

James Taylor – One Man Band (2007)

by Pico JT has been around since the Flower Power days and never really left the scene. He captured a large chunk of the young populace at that time who largely held on as his fanbase as younger generations passed on him. He’s long settled into a comfortable living from releasing new material every five or so years and fromRead More