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4.3.1 Solos (James Taylor)




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This article is from the James Taylor FAQ, by Joel Risberg (jrisberg@shore.net) with numerous contributions by others.

4.3.1 Solos (James Taylor)

"A League Of Their Own Soundtrack"
JT did two songs: "Paper Moon" (with Mark O'Connor on violin) and
"I Didn't Know What Time It Was." "I Didn't..." is heard very
faintly in the background during a bus scene and "Paper Moon"
doesn't appear in the movie at all.

"Second Star To the Right" -- JT sang it on "Stay Awake," a collection of
Disney songs (A&M records number 3918)

"Jelly Man Kelly" -- Sang it on the 1979 Sesame Street album "In Harmony"
Co-written by JT's daughter, Sally. Also appears on "A Child's
Celebration of Song" (Warner Bros.) - 1992

"Sunny Skies" -- Performs it on Sesame Street "In Harmony II" album.
(Columbia PC 37641).

"Getting To Know You" -- Sang it on "For Our Children," a benefit album for
pediatric AIDS research.

"Riding On A Railroad" live version on 3-LP set "The Bitter End Years."
Released 1974. JT's contribution appears on LP 3.

"Your Smiling Face" -- On the soundtrack to the 1978 movie "FM."

"Captain Jim's Drunken Dream" and "Honey Don't Leave L.A." -- On the 1979
"No Nukes" album. JT also performs on four other songs.

"Dream Lover" -- On Manhattan Transfer's 1994 album "Tonin'".

"Faust" -- Sang the role of The Lord for the album version of Randy
Newman's rock opera. Songs featuring JT include "Glory Train,"
"How Great Our Lord," "Northern Boy," and "Relax, Enjoy Yourself."
The album also features Randy Newman, Don Henley, Elton John,
Bonnie Raitt, and Linda Ronstadt (Reprise 9 45672-2).

 

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