Live is the first live album by singer-songwriter James Taylor, released on August 10, 1993, on Columbia. The double album presents selections from 14 shows during a November 1992 tour. Live peaked at number 20 on the Billboard 200 chart, and has sold more than one million copies, being certified 2x platinum by the RIAA. A single-album CD featuring highlights of the double album was also released, titled Best Live.
James Taylor (Best Live). This album pars the two-disc James Taylor Live album down to one album of selected highlights. James Taylor (Best Live). X. There is a young cowboy lives on the range His horse and his cattle they’re his only companions He works in the saddle and he sleeps in the canyons Just waiting for summer his pastures to change.
Listen to James Taylor on YouTube. James Taylor - Fire and Rain, Live 1970. You've got a Friend" By: James Taylor. Carolina In My Mind - James Taylor. James Taylor best albums. James Taylor best tracks. Include tracks from compilation albums Exclude tracks from compilation albums The same track can appear on multiple albums, so excluding tracks from compilation albums helps to remove duplicates from this list.
First signed to The Beatles Apple label, gifted American troubadour James Taylor released his eponymous debut album in 1969. Back in the states in 1970, he delivered Sweet Baby James as his Warner Bros. If it were all first recordings, all live recordings or the best selling tracks it would make some sense from a "best of" perspective.
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James Taylor is one of the best singer/songwriters of all time. This James Taylor discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top James Taylor albums can be found at the top of the list. The 1970s were a boon period for singer/songwriters, and Taylor very much led the pack, particularly with his seminal 1970 album Sweet Baby James.
|1||Sweet Baby James||4:12|
Written-By – J. Jones*, O. Blackwell*
|3||Your Smiling Face||2:51|
|8||Fire And Rain||4:34|
|9||How Sweet It Is
Written-By – B. Holland-L. Dozier-E. Holland, Jr.*
|10||Riding On A Railroad||2:42|
|11||Something In The Way She Moves||3:59|
|12||Sun On The Moon||3:51|
|13||Up On The Roof
Written-By – G.Goffin-C. King*
Written-By – Reynolds Price
|16||You've Got A Friend
Written-By – C. King*
|17||That Lonesome Road
Written-By – D. Grolnick*
|CXR 68096||James Taylor||(Best Live) (2xCD, Album, & C)||Columbia||CXR 68096||Europe||1996|
|COL 476657 2||James Taylor||(Best Live) (CD, RP)||Columbia||COL 476657 2||Spain||1996|
|CK 66235||James Taylor||(Best Live) (CD, Album)||Columbia||CK 66235||US||1993|
|CK 66235||James Taylor||(Best Live) (CD, Album)||Columbia||CK 66235||US||Unknown|
|FRMLP 66235||James Taylor||(Best Live) (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Cle)||Friday Music||FRMLP 66235||US||2016|