The Warner Bros. Albums: 1970-1976 (Remastered) James Taylor

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  • Sweet Baby James (1970):
  • 1Sweet Baby James (2019 Remaster)02:53
  • 2Lo and Behold (2019 Remaster)02:38
  • 3Sunny Skies (2019 Remaster)02:21
  • 4Steamroller Blues (2019 Remaster)02:57
  • 5Country Road (2019 Remaster)03:22
  • 6Oh, Susannah (2019 Remaster)02:01
  • 7Fire and Rain (2019 Remaster)03:23
  • 8Blossom (2019 Remaster)02:13
  • 9Anywhere like Heaven (2019 Remaster)03:27
  • 10Oh Baby, Don't You Loose Your Lip on Me (2019 Remaster)01:49
  • 11Suite for 20 G (2019 Remaster)04:46
  • Mud Slide Slim And The Blue Horizon (1971):
  • 12Love Has Brought Me Around (2019 Remaster)02:44
  • 13You've Got a Friend (2019 Remaster)04:28
  • 14Places in My Past (2019 Remaster)02:01
  • 15Riding on a Railroad (2019 Remaster)02:42
  • 16Soldiers (2019 Remaster)01:15
  • 17Mud Slide Slim (2019 Remaster)05:19
  • 18Hey Mister, That's Me up on the Jukebox (2019 Remaster)03:48
  • 19You Can Close Your Eyes (2019 Remaster)02:29
  • 20Machine Gun Kelly (2019 Remaster)02:37
  • 21Long Ago and Far Away (2019 Remaster)02:20
  • 22Let Me Ride (2019 Remaster)02:44
  • 23Highway Song (2019 Remaster)03:53
  • 24Isn't It Nice to Be Home Again (2019 Remaster)00:55
  • One Man Dog (1972):
  • 25One Man Parade (2019 Remaster)03:11
  • 26Nobody but You (2019 Remaster)02:57
  • 27Chili Dog (2019 Remaster)01:35
  • 28Fool for You (2019 Remaster)01:42
  • 29Instrumental I (2019 Remaster)02:21
  • 30New Tune (2019 Remaster)01:36
  • 31Back on the Street Again (2019 Remaster)03:01
  • 32Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight (2019 Remaster)02:35
  • 33Woh, Don't You Know (2019 Remaster)02:11
  • 34One Morning in May (2019 Remaster)02:54
  • 35Instrumental II (2019 Remaster)01:41
  • 36Someone (2019 Remaster)03:36
  • 37Hymn (2019 Remaster)02:24
  • 38Fanfare (2019 Remaster)02:35
  • 39Little David (2019 Remaster)00:57
  • 40Mescalito (2019 Remaster)00:28
  • 41Dance (2019 Remaster)02:06
  • 42Jig (2019 Remaster)01:14
  • Walking Man (1974):
  • 43Walking Man (2019 Remaster)03:34
  • 44Rock 'n' Roll Is Music Now (2019 Remaster)03:27
  • 45Let It All Fall Down (2019 Remaster)03:34
  • 46Me and My Guitar (2019 Remaster)03:34
  • 47Daddy's Baby (2019 Remaster)02:38
  • 48Ain't No Song (2019 Remaster)03:30
  • 49Hello Old Friend (2019 Remaster)02:48
  • 50Migration (2019 Remaster)03:16
  • 51The Promised Land (2019 Remaster)04:03
  • 52Fading Away (2019 Remaster)03:33
  • Gorilla (1975):
  • 53Mexico (2019 Remaster)02:58
  • 54Music (2019 Remaster)03:47
  • 55How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) (2019 Remaster)03:36
  • 56Wandering (2019 Remaster)02:41
  • 57Gorilla (2019 Remaster)03:12
  • 58You Make It Easy (2019 Remaster)04:11
  • 59I Was a Fool to Care (2019 Remaster)03:20
  • 60Lighthouse (2019 Remaster)03:16
  • 61Angry Blues (2019 Remaster)03:26
  • 62Love Songs (2019 Remaster)05:46
  • 63Sarah Maria (2019 Remaster)02:45
  • In The Pocket (1976):
  • 64Shower the People (2019 Remaster)04:33
  • 65A Junkie's Lament (2019 Remaster)03:30
  • 66Money Machine (2019 Remaster)04:35
  • 67Slow Burning Love (2019 Remaster)03:43
  • 68Everybody Has the Blues (2019 Remaster)02:03
  • 69Daddy's All Gone (2019 Remaster)03:39
  • 70Woman's Gotta Have It (2019 Remaster)04:20
  • 71Captain Jim's Drunken Dream (2019 Remaster)04:03
  • 72Don't Be Sad 'Cause Your Sun Is Down (2019 Remaster)03:29
  • 73Nothing like a Hundred Miles (2019 Remaster)03:43
  • 74Family Man (2019 Remaster)03:38
  • 75Golden Moments (2019 Remaster)03:36
  • Total Runtime03:45:56

Info for The Warner Bros. Albums: 1970-1976 (Remastered)

Between 1970 and 1976, James Taylor released six albums with Warner Bros. Records that became the foundation for his unparalleled career that includes five Grammy® Awards, induction into the Songwriters and Rock and Roll Halls of Fame, and more than 100 million records sold worldwide.

Rhino pays tribute to Taylor with a new collection that introduces newly remastered versions of all his Warner Bros. albums. This collection brings several albums back for the first time in many years.

Each album in the set has been remastered, a process overseen by Peter Asher, who signed Taylor to the Beatles’ Apple Records label in 1968, worked as his manager for 25 years, and originally produced several of these albums.

In the collection’s liner notes Asher writes: “Revisiting these albums several decades later has been revelatory, nostalgic, and exciting. I have heard bits and pieces frequently over the years, of course, but listening with concentration and in detail to each of the original tapes without interruption has been a thrilling luxury.”

The collection 1970-1976 includes: Sweet Baby James (1970), Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon (1971), One Man Dog (1972), Walking Man (1974), Gorilla (1975), and In the Pocket (1976).

The collection is filled with some of Taylor’s most iconic and beloved songs like “Sweet Baby James,” “Fire And Rain,” “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight,” “Walking Man,” “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You),” “Mexico,” “Shower The People” and Carole King’s “You’ve Got A Friend,” the later which was Taylor’s first #1 hit and earned him his first Grammy Award (Best Male Pop Vocal) in 1971.

The collection also offers up some spectacular deep cuts like his acoustic lullaby “You Can Close Your Eyes” from Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon; the 10-minute song cycle that closes One Dog Man; “Rock ’n’ Roll Music Is Now” from Walking Man, which features backing vocals by Paul and Linda McCartney; and “Don’t Be Sad ’Cause Your Sun Is Down” from In the Pocket, a song Taylor wrote and recorded with Stevie Wonder.

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James Taylor
In a career marked by artistic triumphs, the past two years for James Taylor have been notable for both creative virtuosity and recognition of exceptional achievement. In 2012, he was awarded the distinguished Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters by the French government and in 2011, was awarded the National Medal of Arts by President Barack Obama in a ceremony at the White House. Both medals are their nation's highest honors for artistic excellence recognizing 'outstanding achievements and support of the arts.' In 2011, Taylor was also honored with a Carnegie Hall Perspectives series, which consisted of four concert evenings presented by Carnegie Hall and featuring Taylor and personally selected musical guests. The first of these concerts was a gala benefit celebrating the 120th anniversary of Carnegie Hall. Three months after the National Medal of Arts ceremony, Taylor returned to the White House to perform for President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel at a state dinner held in the Rose Garden.

James Taylor's music embodies the art of songwriting in its most personal and universal forms. He is a master at describing specific, even autobiographical situations in a way that resonates with people everywhere. For more than forty years Taylor has been a compass for his fans, articulating moments of pain and joy, and letting his listeners know that they are not alone.

As a recording and touring artist, Taylor has set a precedent to which countless young musicians have aspired. His warm baritone is among the most recognized voices in popular music and his distinctive style of guitar-playing has been enormously influential. He has sold close to 100 million albums throughout his career, beginning in 1968 when he was signed to The Beatles' Apple Records. In 1971, Taylor was featured on the cover of Time magazine, heralded as the harbinger of the singer-songwriter era. Forty years later, his voice has been a constant in a changing world for his first generation of fans and their children. His songs have had a profound influence on songwriters and music lovers from all walks of life: 'Fire and Rain', 'Country Road', 'Something in the Way She Moves', 'Mexico', 'Shower the People', 'Your Smiling Face', 'Carolina In My Mind', 'Sweet Baby James', 'Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight,' 'You Can Close Your Eyes,' 'Walking Man,' 'Never Die Young,' 'Shed a Little Light', 'Copperline', 'Enough to be On Your Way', 'Caroline I See You' and many more. He has earned 40 gold, platinum, and multi-platinum awards and five Grammy Awards for a catalog that runs from James Taylor (1968) and Sweet Baby James (1970) to Hourglass (1997) and October Road (2002). His first greatest hits album earned the Recording Industry Association of America's elite Diamond Award, given for sales in excess of 10 million units in the United States. For his artistic accomplishments, Taylor was honored with the 1998 Century Award, Billboard magazine's highest accolade, bestowed for distinguished creative achievement.

Taylor released his breakthrough album Sweet Baby James in 1970. It went triple-platinum and spawned his first top 10 hit, the intensely personal 'Fire and Rain.' The following year saw the release of another million-seller, Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon, with the #1 single 'You've Got a Friend', written by his longtime friend Carole King. The recording won a Grammy Award in 1971 for Best Pop Male Vocal. In 1972, Taylor scored another gold album with One Man Dog, followed up in 1973 with Walking Man. The album Gorilla (1975) included two more major chart entries: 'How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)' and 'Mexico'. Following his final Warner Brothers recording, In the Pocket, Taylor moved on to Columbia Records and released a string of critically praised and commercially successful albums: JT, his 1977 double-platinum Columbia debut; Flag (1979); Dad Loves His Work (1981); That's Why I'm Here (1985); Never Die Young (1988); New Moon Shine (1991); the double-disc Live album (1993); Hourglass (1998), garnering Taylor his first Grammy Award for Best Pop Album; and October Road (2002)—all certified platinum.

The year 2000 saw Taylor's induction into both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the prestigious Songwriters Hall of Fame. The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences selected him as its MusiCares Person of the Year in 2006, and his One Man Band (2007) was nominated for an Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Variety, Music, or Comedy Special. In 2008, Taylor released Covers and Other Covers that features Taylor's full band and is his own musical interpretation of tunes from the '50s, '60s and '70s. In May 2010, Taylor released the Live at the Troubadour CD/DVD of his November 2007 live performance with Carole King at the Troubadour nightclub in Los Angeles. Their subsequent Troubadour Reunion tour was one of the most successful concert tours of the decade. Most recently, Morgan Neville's acclaimed documentary, Troubadours: The Rise of the Singer-Songwriter was nominated for the Jury Prize at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and was recently broadcast on PBS as part of its prestigious American Masters series.

James Taylor has received honorary doctorates of music from Williams College and the Berklee School of Music. Raised in North Carolina, he lives in western Massachusetts with his wife Caroline and their sons Henry and Rufus.

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