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The Early Years 1969-1971 [no label, 1CD]
Live at various venues. VG+ to Ex FM/ TV stereo-mono.
Back in the ’70s, BBC recorded and broadcast James Taylor Sings James Taylor and, over the years, this programme has been widely circulated among fans. Also, back in the day, circa 2005 or maybe even earlier, the James Taylor Trading Group Vine compiled and shared this disc especially for those looking for an audio version of the show.
Thanks to everyone who worked on the compilation and for sharing it.
James Taylor Trading Group Vine CDR > WAV (EAC, secure) > Flac Frontend
(compression level 8, aligned and verified)
Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (224 kbps). As far as we can ascertain, these tracks have never been officially released on CD.
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Track 01. Fire And Rain (5.0MB)
Track 02. Carolina In My Mind (5.8MB)
Track 03. Steamroller (6.1MB)
Track 04. Knocking Around The Zoo (6.4MB)
James Taylor Sings James Taylor
Track 09. With A Little Help From My Friends
Sweet Baby James (5.8MB)
Track 10. Fire And Rain (6.4MB)
Track 11. Rainy Day Man (5.2MB)
Track 12. Steamroller (7.1MB)
Track 13. Greensleeves (4.0MB)
Track 14. Tube Rose Snuff Commercial (3.7MB)
Track 15. Carolina In My Mind (6.6MB)
Track 16. Long Ago And Far Away (5.6MB)
Track 17. Riding On A Railroad (4.4MB)
Track 18. You Can Close Your Eyes (4.0MB)
On Campus With Johnny Cash
Track 19. Intro/Fire And Rain (3.7MB)
Track 20. Country Road (5.7MB)
Track 21. Oh, Susannah (with Johnny Cash) (3.9MB)
Track 22. Sweet Baby James (5.5MB)
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