12 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

James Taylor: Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 opens gently with a re-recording of “Something In the Way She Moves” from his self-titled debut album (this take without the psychedelic harpsichord intro). “Carolina In My Mind” also gets the soft rock redo. “Fire and Rain” as well as the title-track follow in their familiar warmth. “Taylor’s semi-soulful take on the 1964 Motown hit “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)” is another standout.

EDITORS’ NOTES

James Taylor: Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 opens gently with a re-recording of “Something In the Way She Moves” from his self-titled debut album (this take without the psychedelic harpsichord intro). “Carolina In My Mind” also gets the soft rock redo. “Fire and Rain” as well as the title-track follow in their familiar warmth. “Taylor’s semi-soulful take on the 1964 Motown hit “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)” is another standout.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
501 Ratings
501 Ratings
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James Taylor's Greatest Hits

Each time I listen to this album I enjoy it more. James Taylor's classic songs have a way of tranporting the listener to a quite peaceful place. We all need more music like this in our lives. Thank you James Taylor.

Jefef ,

Quintessential JT

Kick back, relax, and just enjoy the music. A man and a guitar and a mike. Not too many did it better than JT.

1995 Hip Hop ,

Thank you JT

I simply love this album. It's heartfelt, passionate, and well produced.

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