The Clique Featuring James Taylor - Early Days mp3 flacPerformer: The Clique
Title: Early Days
Style: Acid Jazz, Mod
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Size FLAC version: 1497 mb
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The Clique Featuring James Taylor - Early Days mp3 flac
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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
It’s not his best album, but James Taylor may have never made a more inherently fascinating album than this one. It definitely has an aura of mystique about it, not in the least since it’s the first and only album he ever made for one of the most intriguing of all vanity imprints, the Beatles-owned Apple Records.
Taylor in the early 1970s. Once he had recovered, Taylor moved to California, keeping Asher as his manager and record producer. In December 1969, he held the recording sessions for his second album there. Titled Sweet Baby James, and featuring the participation of Carole King, the album was released in February 1970 and was Taylor's critical and popular triumph, buoyed by the single "Fire and Rain," a song about both Taylor's experiences attempting to break his drug habit by undergoing treatment in psychiatric institutions and the suicide of his friend, Suzanne Schnerr.
James Taylor’s first album was released in 1968 on the Beatles legendary Apple Records label. Since his debut album, James Taylor has released 16 more studio albums. As of this writing, James Taylor’s most recent album entitled Before This World was released in 2015. It’s a James Taylor album that’s mostly known just by fans, and that’s probably for good reason: beyond Taylor’s well known cover of Carole King’s You’ve Got a Friend, there isn’t much that’s recognizable on Mud Slide Slim by title alone. Still, most fans and critics alike will point to this early effort as his best: it is earnest, it is wise beyond his years, and it takes everything great about folk music and stretches it tightly but smoothly over a pop frame. As a result, the songs on Sweet Baby James sound just as fresh today as they did in 1970.
As James Taylor celebrates his first-ever No. 1 on the Billboard 200 US album chart with ‘Before This World,’ the album has his joint-highest UK peak for a studio release at No. 4. Meanwhile, Taylor has been in nostalgic mood about his relationship with Britain, talking fondly about the days he spent in London when The Beatles signed him to their. By 1968, the singer-songwriter had been trying to advance his music career in a number of settings, writing and performing with his friend Danny Kortchmar
1. Don't Talk Now. 2. Something's Wrong. 3. Knocking 'Round The Zoo. Sunshine Sunshine. 5. Taking It In. 6. Something In The Way She Moves. 7. Carolina In My Mind. 8. Brighten Your Night With My Day. 9. Night Owl.
Though James Taylor defined the early-'70s singer/songwriter movement, he continued to write and record songs of great lyrical and melodic import for decades. His exquisite acoustic guitar skills turned songs such as Fire and Rain, Sweet Baby James, and Carole King’s You’ve Got a Friend into standards for both radio and acoustic guitarists.
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Written-By – Mery*, Harper*, Newman*, Otto*
Written-By – R Kelly*
Written-By – Holland/Dozier/Holland*
Written-By – J Moore*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Detour Records
- Copyright (c) – Detour Records
- Recorded At – Rooster Studios
- Manufactured By – CBA Productions
- Pressed By – Orlake Records
- Artwork By – Dom Strickland
- Bass – Phillip Otto
- Design [Sleeve Design], Liner Notes – Jon-Paul Harper
- Drums – Gilles B. Mery
- Guitar, Vocals – Jon-Paul Harper
- Organ [Hammond] – James Taylor
- Vocals, Harmonica – Paul Newman
130 Copies on green transparent vinyl, same three different coloured picture sleeves used again (purple, orange and blue) but has white labels only due to error at pressing plant.
(A note that came with the vinyl says: Due to an error at the pressing plant, 130 x copies of this EP was pressed in green vinyl but only with white labels, so what you are holding right now is an instant rarity & collectors item !!!)
First issue of some of the tracks from the January 1989 recording session conducted in South Kensington.
B1b is a short Hammond instrumental and B2b a reprise of A1; neither are listed on the release.
A1 originally performed by The Kelly Brothers
B1 originally performed by Eddie Holland
B2 originally performed by Slim Harpo
CBA = CBA Productions & O = Orlake Records are identified on the matrix runout
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): O DR 006 A-1 C.B.A.
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): DR 006 B-1 O
|DR006||The Clique Featuring James Taylor||The Clique Featuring James Taylor - Early Days (7", EP)||Detour Records||DR006||UK||1993|
|DR006||The Clique Featuring James Taylor||The Clique Featuring James Taylor - Early Days (7", EP, Yel)||Detour Records||DR006||UK||1993|
|DR006||The Clique Featuring James Taylor||The Clique Featuring James Taylor - Early Days (7", EP, M/Print, Yel)||Detour Records||DR006||UK||1993|
|DR006||The Clique Featuring James Taylor||The Clique Featuring James Taylor - Early Days (7", EP, TP, W/Lbl)||Detour Records||DR006||UK||1993|
|DR006||The Clique Featuring James Taylor||The Clique Featuring James Taylor - Early Days (7", EP, Whi)||Detour Records||DR006||UK||1993|