James Taylor - One Man Band EPK flac album
Title: One Man Band EPK
MP3 album: 1514 mb
FLAC album: 1803 mb
Other formats: WAV AUD MP1 MMF TTA DTS AHX
Genre: Records / Folk / World music
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. The album was produced by Peter Asher, who was A&R head for The Beatles' newly formed label Apple Records
One Man Band is the second live album by American singer-songwriter James Taylor, that was released in November 2007, and his first on the Hear Music label. It was recorded over several days at the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. The songs (chosen for the album) span over five decades. The premise for One Man Band is that instead of having a wide array of instruments, as with most concerts, Taylor is accompanied by only his guitar, while Larry Goldings plays piano
Band Name James Taylor. Album Name One Man Dog. Type Album. Released date November 1972. Labels WEA. Music StylePop Rock. Members owning this album1. 2. Nobody But You. 3. Chili Dog.
Acoustic Guitar – James Taylor (2)Bass – Leland SklarDrums – Russ KunkelElectric Guitar – Daniel Kortchmar Electric Piano – Craig DoergeRecorded By – Peter AsherSaw – Mark PeletierSounds – James Taylor (2)Written-By – Taylor. Acoustic Bass – James Taylor (2)Backing Vocals – Abigale Haness, Carole King, James Taylor (2)Bass – Leland SklarDrums – Russ KunkelElectric Guitar – Daniel Kortchmar Piano – Craig DoergeRecorded By – Peter AsherWritten-By – Taylor.
A one-man band is a musician who plays a number of instruments simultaneously using their hands, feet, limbs, and various mechanical or electronic contraptions. One-man bands also often sing while they perform. The simplest type of "one-man band" is a singer accompanying themselves on acoustic guitar and playing a harmonica mounted in a metal "harp rack" below the mouth. This approach is often taken by buskers and folk music singer-guitarists.
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