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James Taylor - Dad Loves His Work (2011) Lossless/320 kbps

23-12-2015, 16:49
World | Folk

Title: Dad Loves His Work
Year Of Release: 1981/2011
Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab: UDSACD 2072
Genre: Folk Rock / Soft Rock / Country
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,scans)/320 kbps
Total Time: 39:07
Total Size: 250/101 MB


01. Hard Times (3:13)
02. Her Town Too (4:35)
03. Hour That The Morning Comes (2:58)
04. I Will Follow (4:19)
05. Believe It Or Not (3:59)
06. Stand And Fight (3:11)
07. Only For Me (4:55)
08. Summer's Here (2:43)
09. Sugar Trade (2:50)
10. London Town (3:57)
11. That Lonesome Road (2:28)

• James Taylor - acoustic guitar, harmonica, vocals, choir, chorus, bass
• J.D. Souther - vocals
• Peter Asher - percussion, vocals
• Bill Cuomo - synthesizer
• Dan Dugmore - pedal steel guitar, electric guitar
• Jim Gilstrap - backing vocals
• Don Grolnick - organ, synthesizer, piano, keyboards, multi-instruments, fender rhodes
• Bernard Ighner - backing vocals
• Steven Edney - backing vocals
• David Lasley - backing vocals
• Rick Marotta - percussion, conga, drums, timbales, multi instruments
• Arnold McCuller - backing vocals
• Leland Sklar - bass
• Greg Taylor - harmonica
• Waddy Wachtel - electric and slide guitar, multi-instruments
• Jennifer Warnes - backing vocals

Dad Loves His Work is James Taylor's 10th studio album. Released in 1981, it is best remembered for the duet with J. D. Souther "Her Town Too", which reached #11 on the Billboard Pop Singles Chart, "I Will Follow", "London Town" and the haunting "That Lonesome Road".

The album's title was, in part, drawn from the reasons for Taylor's divorce from Carly Simon. She gave him an ultimatum: cut back on his music and touring, and spend more time with her and their children, or the marriage was through. The album's title was his answer, and the divorce took place soon after.

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