Mud Slide Slim Gold CD
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This is his third time at bat, and this particular album showcases his truly amazing talents with a number of unforgettable songs like "You've Got A Friend', written by Carol King, "Mudslide Slim", and "Love Has Brought Me Around". It also shows a different aspect of his talents in that he has a wider selection of different types of songs, ranging all the way from a somber, reflective, and overtly political song like "Soldiers' to reflections about his newfound fame in "Hey Mister, That's Me Up On The Jukebox" to a lovely love song , "You Can Close Your Eyes". He has a number of short, sweet, and reflective songs like "Long Ago And Far Away", "Isn't It Nice to Be Home Again?", and "Places In My Past" that show just how durable and prolific an artist he had become.Read more ›
This album is a gestalt: it's a complete, seamless work: each track runs into the next--virtually without a break--not to tell a complete story, exactly, but rather to create a idealist image--an impression: it's the poet Mud Slide Slim thinking about places in his past, long ago and far away; he's also thinking of riding away on a railroad or the highway; but he's got a loving friend to whom he can return again home, and beside whom he can close his eyes with complete comfort. Isn't it nice?
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Great album by James Taylor when he was at the peak of his career. Subtle and sensitive singing and well crafted songs. Excellent musicians and studio production.Published 1 month ago by Harold E. Naideau
I have loved James Taylor for many moons. I just wanted some of his older tunes to listen to. It had been along time since I had heard some of them.Published 1 month ago by prjdreamer
The yearn to travel and bitter sweet rememberances of people encountered and places left behind are the primary themes of this album. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paul Moreau
A truly underrated classic! From start to finish, not a weak tune. Probably #2 on JT"s list, behind "Sweet Baby James". Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bruce Usher
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