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Listen To James Taylor

Michael King "Mike"
The list author says: "Selected James Taylor discography:

"James Taylor And The Original Flying Machine" (1967)
"James Taylor" (1968)
"Sweet Baby James" (1970)
"Mud Slide Slim And The Blue Horizon" (1971)
"One Man Dog" (1972)
"Walking Man" (1974)
"Gorilla" (1975)
"In The Pocket" (1976)
"James Taylor: Greatest Hits" (1976)
"JT" (1977)
"Flag" (1979)
"Dad Loves His Work" (1981)
"That's Why I'm Here" (1985)
"Never Die Young" (1988)
"New Moon Shine" (1991)
"Live In Rio" (1991)
"James Taylor Live" (1993)
"Hourglass" (1997)
"James Taylor - Greatest Hits, Vol. 2" (2000)
"October Road" (2002)
"The Best Of James Taylor" (2003)
"James Taylor At Christmas" (2006)
"One Man Band" (2007)
"Covers" (2008)
"Other Covers" (2009)
"Live At The Troubadour" (2010)
"The Essential James Taylor" (2013)
"Before This World" (2015)"
James Taylor And The Original Flying Machine
James Taylor And The Original Flying Machine
"(1967)  James Taylor recorded some songs with his band, the Flying Machine, in 1967.  The songs include "Rainy Day Man," "Knocking 'Round The Zoo," and "Brighten Your Night With My Day."
James Taylor
James Taylor
"(1968)  James Taylor was the first artist signed to the Beatles' Apple Records.  His debut album features the songs "Carolina In My Mind," and "Something In The Way She Moves."
Sweet Baby James
Sweet Baby James
"(1970)  James Taylor's first album for Warner Brothers features the songs "Fire And Rain" (#3 in 1970), "Sweet Baby James," and "Country Road" (#37 in 1971).  James wrote all of the songs, exept for "Oh! Susanna" (written by Stephen Foster).  The album peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart."
Mud Slide Slim And The Blue Horizon
Mud Slide Slim And The Blue Horizon
"(1971)  This album features the songs "You've Got A Friend" (#1 in 1971), "Long Ago And Far Away" (#31 in 1971), "You Can Close Your Eyes," "Hey Mister, That's Me Up On The Jukebox," and "Mud Slide Slim."  The album peaked at #2 in Billboard's album chart."
One Man Dog
One Man Dog
"(1972)  This album includes the songs "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight" (#14 in 1972), "One Morning In May," "One Man Parade," and "Someone" (written by John McLaughlin).  The album peaked at #4 in Billboard's album chart."
Walking Man
Walking Man
"(1974)  This album includes the songs "Walking Man," "Let It All Fall Down," and "The Promised Land" (written by Chuck Berry).  The album peaked at #13 in Billboard's album chart."
Gorilla
Gorilla
"(1975)  This album features the songs "Mexico," "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)" (#5 in 1975), "Lighthouse," and "Gorilla."  The album peaked at #6 in Billboard's album chart."
In The Pocket
In The Pocket
"(1976)  This album features the songs "Shower The People" (#22 in 1976), "A Junkie's Lament" (with Art Garfunkel), "Everybody Has The Blues," and "Don't Be Sad 'Cause Your Sun Is Down" (with Stevie Wonder).  The album peaked at #16 in Billboard's album chart."
Greatest Hits
Greatest Hits
"(1976)  This 12-song collection includes "Carolina In My Mind," "Fire And Rain" (#3 in 1970), "Mexico," "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight" (#14 in 1972), and "Steamroller Blues."  The album peaked at #15 in Billboard's album chart."
JT
JT
"(1977)  This was James Taylor's debut album for Columbia Records.  It features the songs "Your Smiling Face" (#20 in 1977), "Handy Man" (#4 in 1977), "Secret O' Life," and "Honey Don't Leave L.A." (written by Danny Kortchmar).  The album peaked at #4 in Billboard's album chart."
No Nukes
No Nukes
"(1979)  The "No Nukes" concerts were held from September 19 to 23, 1979, at Madison Square Garden.  This 2-CD, 27-song set includes James Taylor's performances of "Captain Jim's Drunken Dream," and "Honey Don't Leave L.A."  It also includes "Mockingbird" by James Taylor and Carly Simon, and "The Times They Are A-Changin'" by James Taylor, Carly Simon, and Graham Nash."
Flag
Flag
"(1979)  This album includes the songs "Up On The Roof" (#28 in 1979), "Rainy Day Man," "Day Tripper," and "Is That The Way You Look?"  The album peaked at #10 in Billboard's album chart."
Dad Loves His Work
Dad Loves His Work
"(1981)  James Taylor wrote or co-wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Her Town Too" (with J.D. Souther; #11 in 1981), "That Lonesome Road," and "Hard Times."  The album peaked at #10 in Billboard's album chart."
That's Why I'm Here
That's Why I'm Here
"(1985)  This album features the songs "Everyday," "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance," "That's Why I'm Here," and "Only One."  The album peaked at #34 in Billboard's album chart."
Never Die Young
Never Die Young
"(1988)  James Taylor wrote or co-wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Never Die Young," "Baby Boom Baby," and "Sweet Potato Pie."  The album peaked at #25 in Billboard's album chart."
JT/That's Why I'm Here/Never Die Young (3 Pak)
JT/That's Why I'm Here/Never Die Young (3 Pak)
"This collection includes the albums "JT" (1977), "That's Why I'm Here" (1985), and "Never Die Young" (1988)."
Stay Awake: Various Interpretations of Music from Vintage Disney Films
Stay Awake: Various Interpretations of Music from Vintage Disney Films
"(1990)  This album includes the song "Second Star To The Right" by James Taylor."
In Concert [VHS]
In Concert [VHS]
"(1991)  This concert took place at Boston's Colonial Theater.  It includes James Taylor's performances of "Fire And Rain," "Your Smiling Face," "Shower The People," "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight," "Never Die Young," and "Sweet Baby James."
New Moon Shine
New Moon Shine
"(1991)  This album features the songs "Copperline," "(I've Got To) Stop Thinkin' 'Bout That," "Everybody Loves To Cha Cha Cha" (written by Sam Cooke), and "The Water Is Wide."  The album peaked at #37 in Billboard's album chart."
League of Their Own
League of Their Own
"(1992)  This soundtrack album includes two songs by James Taylor: "It's Only A Paper Moon," and "I Didn't Know What Time It Was."
Squibnocket
Squibnocket
"(1992)  This intimate show, taped at James Taylor's home in Martha's Vineyard, includes his performances of "You've Got A Friend," "Fire And Rain," "Country Road," "Mexico," and "Your Smiling Face."
James Taylor Live
James Taylor Live
"(1993)  This 2-CD, 30-song set includes James Taylor's performances of "Fire And Rain," "Secret O'Life," "Shower The People," "She Thinks I Still Care," "Only One," and "That Lonesome Road."  It peaked at #20 in Billboard's album chart."
Hourglass
Hourglass
"(1997)  This album includes the songs "Little More Time With You," "Enough To Be On Your Way," and "Walkin' My Baby Back Home."  This album won the 1997 Grammy Award for Best Pop Album.  It peaked at #9 in Billboard's album chart."
Live at the Beacon Theatre
Live at the Beacon Theatre
"(1998)  This concert includes James Taylor's performances of "You Can Close You Eyes," "Steamroller Blues," "Only A Dream In Rio," and "Not Fade Away."
Elton John And Tim Rice's Aida (1999 Concept Album)
Elton John And Tim Rice's Aida (1999 Concept Album)
"(1999)  This album features songs from the stage show, and includes "How I Know You" by James Taylor."
For Our Children: 10th Anniversary Edition
For Our Children: 10th Anniversary Edition
"(1999)  This album includes the song "Getting To Know You" by James Taylor."
Greatest Hits Volume 2
Greatest Hits Volume 2
"(2000)  James Taylor was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000.  This 16-song collection includes "Your Smiling Face" (#20 in 1977), "Copperline," "Shed A Little Light," and "That's Why I'm Here."
James Taylor - Pull Over
James Taylor - Pull Over
"(2001)  This concert DVD includes James Taylor's performances of "That's Why I'm Here," "Millworker," "Carolina In My Mind," "Traffic Jam," "Knock On Wood," and "You Can Close Your Eyes."
October Road
October Road
"(2002)  This album features the songs "September Grass," "Belfast To Boston," "Mean Old Man," and "Carry Me On My Way."  The album peaked at #4 in Billboard's album chart."
Anthology
Anthology
"(2002)  This 2-CD, 40-song collection includes James Taylor and Carly Simon's versions of "Mockingbird" (#5 in 1974), and "Devoted To You" (#36 in 1978)."
The Best of James Taylor
The Best of James Taylor
"(2003)  This 20-song collection includes "Fire And Rain" (#3 in 1970), "You've Got A Friend" (#1 in 1971), "Long Ago And Far Away" (#31 in 1971), "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)" (#5 in 1975), and "Bittersweet."  It peaked at #11 in Billboard's album chart.  HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!"
James Taylor At Christmas (Bonus Track Version)
James Taylor At Christmas (Bonus Track Version)
"(2006)  This holiday album includes the songs "Winter Wonderland" (featuring Chris Botti), "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town," "Jingle Bells," and "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas."  The album peaked at #16 in Billboard's album chart."
A MusiCares Person of the Year Tribute Honoring James Taylor
A MusiCares Person of the Year Tribute Honoring James Taylor
"(2006) This tribute concert includes "You Can Close Your Eyes" by Sting, "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)" by James Taylor, "Millworker" by Bruce Springsteen, "Shed A Little Light" by James Taylor, "You've Got A Friend" by Carole King, and "Fire And Rain" by James Taylor."
A Tribute To Joni Mitchell
A Tribute To Joni Mitchell
"(2007)  This Joni Mitchell tribute album includes the song "River" by James Taylor."
One Man Band
One Man Band
"(2007)  This 2-disc (CD & DVD) set includes performances of "Never Die Young," "The Frozen Man," "Secret O' Life," "Slap Leather," and "Fire And Rain."  The album peaked at #17 in Billboard's album chart."
Live At The Troubadour (CD +DVD)
Live At The Troubadour (CD +DVD)
"In November of 2007, James Taylor and Carole King played the Troubadour for six shows over three nights, to celebrate the club's 50th anniversary.  This 2-disc (CD & DVD) set features their performances of "Sweet Baby James," "Fire And Rain," "It's Too Late," "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?," "You've Got A Friend," and "You Can Close Your Eyes."  The album peaked at #4 in Billboard's album chart."
Covers
Covers
"(2008)  This album of cover versions includes "Wichita Lineman," "Hound Dog," "On Broadway," "Summertime Blues," and "Not Fade Away."  The album peaked at #4 in Billboard's album chart."
Other Covers
Other Covers
"(2009)  This 7-track EP of covers includes "Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin'," "Get A Job," "Memphis," "Shiver Me Timbers," "Wasn't That A Mighty Storm?," "In The Midnight Hour," and "Knock On Wood."
The Essential James Taylor
The Essential James Taylor
"(2013)  This 2-CD, 30-song collection includes "Fire And Rain" (#3 in 1970), "Sweet Baby James," "You've Got A Friend" (#1 in 1971), "Handy Man" (#4 in 1977), "Her Town Too" (#11 in 1981), and "Never Die Young."
Before This World
Before This World
"(2015)  This album includes the songs "Angels Of Fenway," "Stretch Of The Highway," "Far Afghanistan," "Wild Mountain Thyme," and "Before This World/Jolly Springtime."