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What has been so memorable about this album were the sessions themselves: ten days in deep January in a converted barn in the woods of Western Massachusetts. It's remarkable and unusual today to put 12 musicians in the same place at the same time. It's a type of "live" recording sadly seldom seen in these days of the overdub. You get an immediate energy and it's a whole lot of fun. It sweeps you up and it carries you along and when it's done, it's done.
Missing the song I bought this album for!
Rogers and Hammerstien's "Oh What a Beautiful Morning"
Weird missing tracks on Amazin Albums
This album is better than I expected!! Great music from one of my favorite artists and I am looking forward to many more albums to comePublished 3 months ago by Gladys Nash
It is good but not exceptional. A few of the songs are really good but if I were going to select songs for him to cover too many of these are too obscure.Published 12 months ago by hulio
Wasn't sure what to expect with this cd Covers but was pleasantly surprised. I love most everything James Taylor and was not disappointed.Published 12 months ago by Deborah F.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with this. If you're a James Taylor fan, go for it. I was thinking more nostalgically when I bought it, and the reality it, I rarely listen to... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Willow
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In his concert in LA this week, he played "Wichita Lineman," "Get a Job," "Knock on Wood," "Some Days You Gotta Dance," and the prettiest version of "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'" (from Oklahoma!), I've ever heard. Those will probably be on the... Read More
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