James Taylor is the self-titled debut studio album by American singer-songwriter James Taylor. Released on December 6, 1968, it was the first recording by a non-British artist released by Apple Records, and would also be Taylor's only release on that label. The album was released under the title First Album on the South African market. Retrieved 6 November 2011. a b c d White, Long Ago and Far Away, pp. 142–144. "Knocking 'Round the Zoo". Archived from the original on 2014-07-02.
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Critic Al Rudis notes a resemblance between some of the melody of "Long Ago and Far Away" and that of "Sunny Skies," a song from Taylor's prior album Sweet Baby James. Journalist Peggy Mulloy Glad regards it as an example of how Taylor can use his vocal and guitar playing to "communicate the pain, melancholy and desires that most people experience. Author Dave Thompson described the song as "slight. But Rudis considers it a "nice dreamy number.
I've been a Timothy White fan since his early work in Rolling Stone. This look at the family, life, and work of James Taylor provides not just information, but a deeper understanding of what helped shape him and his songs.
Taylor wrote "Long Ago and Far Away" in 1970, about a year before it was recorded for Mud Slide Slim. Joni Mitchell sings background vocals and Carole King plays piano. It is a sad song that Taylor biographer Timothy White calls "among the most wistful of Taylor's vast catalogue of secular hymns. The theme of the song is how things don't turn out as planned, how dreams don't usually match the ultimate reality and how expectations don't last.
Album · 1971 · 13 Songs. With his sweet, winsome voice and reverence for America's great musical traditions, James Taylor has a knack for putting us in a good mood-especially on an album like this one. Recorded on the heels of his breakthrough success as an artist, he celebrates his triumphs with upbeat tunes like the jubilant "Love Has Brought Me Around" and Carole King's heartwarming "You've Got a Friend. Always a confessional singer/songwriter at heart, Taylor shows us his contemplative side on tracks like the lonesome "Highway Song.
Date de parution 12 Fevrier 1996. Labels pas de label connu. Style MusicalRock Gothique. Membres possèdant cet album2. 8. Wednesday's Child. 10. Sulfer Salt and Mercury. 12. Long Ago and Far Away.