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James Taylor

25 Oct. 2010 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 22 Oct. 2010
  • Release Date: 25 Oct. 2010
  • Label: EMI UK
  • Copyright: (C) 2010 Apple Corps Ltd under exclusive licence to EMI Records LtdThis label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved.(C) 2010 EMI Records Ltd
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  • Total Length: 50:57
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  • ASIN: B0045QMEGI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,375 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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James Taylor's first album as a solo performer showcases a massive song-writing talent and a beautiful voice. Neither wonder the Beatles signed him to Apple this is one of the best debut albums of all time and it has showed his songs can pass the test of time. It also contains the song which was said to inspire George Harrison to write Something from the Beatles Abbey Road album.
If you like singer/songwriters then this album will not disappoint, if you don't but have an open mind then give James Taylor a try, you will be pleasantly surprised.
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Great songs all the way, with four bonus tracks which include an acoustic demo version of 'Carolina in my Mind' which, to my mind, is superior to the over-produced version which made it onto the album. The three other bonus tracks are superfluous, really, especially the demo of 'Let Me Ride' (what IS that sound that repeats throughout in the background? Awful!). Favourite is 'Something in the Way She Moves', although why the clumsy title? Was it borrowed from the Beatles, or did it inspire them? Either way, why not just call it 'I Feel Fine' or 'Around Me Now?' Ah well, it's long been a favourite and am glad to at last have it in my collection. Small gripe: can't cue this up without the snatch of mad Gothic sitar that precedes it, which is bothersome. Stop moaning, woman, this is an excellent album that still sounds great 40 odd (some very odd) years on.
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In 2008 I reviewed a reissue CD on Rhino called "The Circle Game" by American singer-songwriter-catalyst TOM RUSH. The original LP was issued in the USA on Elektra Records in 1968 and apart from two original compositions from Rush, the album subsequently became famous for introducing 3 new writers and their extraordinary songs to the world (all on the same album) - Jackson Browne, Joni Mitchell and James Taylor.

Bolstered by his need to capitalise on this modest success - Taylor arrived in London in March 1968 - was signed to The Beatles ‘Apple’ label within weeks - recorded his songs between June and October 1968 and then saw his own self-titled debut LP released in December of that fateful year.

This CD is an ‘Expanded Edition’ of that 1968 “James Taylor” album - one of 14 Apple Label albums remastered and reissued on 25 October 2010 - and Apple 5099990581120 breaks down as follows (51:09 minutes):

1. Don’t Talk Now
2. Something’s Wrong
3. Knocking ‘Round The Zoo
4. Sunshine Sunshine
5. Taking It In
6. Something In The Way She Moves
7. Carolina In My Mind
8. Brighten Your Night With My Day
9. Night Owl
10. Rainy Day Man
11. Circle Around The Sun
12. The Blues Is Just A Bad Dream
Tracks 1 to 12 are the LP "James Taylor" released 6 December 1968 in the UK on Apple APCOR 3 (Mono)/SAPCOR 3 (Stereo) and on Apple SKAO-3352 in early 1969 in the USA (STEREO Mix Used on the CD).
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By Stueeh Warburton VINE VOICE on 23 Dec. 2010
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Like many, I have been a James Taylor fan since the late 60's. I spotted this 2010 Apple records issue and got it this week..Dec 2010. It consists of previous tracks -but remastered...I find it sublime and am actually listening to it as I write this review. Go and check out its 16 tracks. If you like JT and have not got this..you won't be disappointed. Superb and chilled! Thanks James for beautiful music..I think I'll stop there!
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