JT is the eighth studio album by American singer-songwriter James Taylor, and his first album for Columbia Records. Released in June 1977, two hit singles were spawned from the album: "Handy Man", a Jimmy Jones cover, which peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and also topped the Adult Contemporary chart.
Your Smiling Face" is a hit single by singer James Taylor.
Produced by Peter Asher. Album JT. Your Smiling Face Lyrics. Whenever I see your smiling face I have to smile myself Because I love you (Yes, I do) And when you give me that pretty little pout It turns me inside out There's something about you, baby (I don't know). Isn't it amazing a man like me Can feel this way Tell me how much longer It will grow stronger every day Oh, how much longer.
Charted: 20. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. When Taylor ran through the song, McDonald noticed a section with no vocals, which he filled with a little riff that Taylor called "that happy Munchkin song. Like all of his early work, this was produced by Peter Asher, who was also Taylor's manager. In a Songfacts interview with Asher, he said: "I loved the song. I think that was Clarence McDonald, Lee Sklar, Russ Kunkel and Danny Kortchmar
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Watch the video for Your Smiling Face from James Taylor's The Best of James Taylor for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Whenever I see your smiling face I have to smile myself Because I love you And when you give me that pretty little pout It turns me insid. ead the full lyrics for Your Smiling Face. Discuss these lyrics on MetroLyrics. fm Best Albums of 2018. Data Top 20 New Albums of 2018 on Last.
I was going through my records this weekend and realized just how many of them feature the tasteful bass lines of Leland Sklar. Of course, that sent me into a Sklar phase on YouTube, which led me to this great version of James Taylor’s Your Smiling Face from 1988. His playing on this track is the perfect mix of anchoring the song while adding melodic flourishes at just the right moments. This bass line has and will continue to inspire scores of bassists. For more on Sklar’s take on the song, check out our Stories Behind the Songs interview. Get the Daily Bass Video in your inbox
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