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Man, I saw these guys in Paris a few years ago and then at a small bar in Portland Oregon. Great fun. Love the New Jersey Kings stuff. But, I don't know why we need another badn playing Motown hits. Eh.

Some people just don't get it

The JTQ covers Motown and lays down the groove with fresh interpretations of songs everybody knows and loves. Great party record. Don't overthink it.

Yo Brother Jug

A one star rating because you do not agree with song selection? I agree in theory but no reason to dog a brother over song selection when its done this well. Take THAT! :-}~


Born: London, England

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

When the Medway Valley’s psychedelic-mod hopefuls the Prisoners disbanded in 1986, organist James Taylor vowed to move into the realms of jazz, and away from rock. Assembling a quartet from Kent, England, comprising fellow Prisoner bass player Alan Crockford and ex-Daggermen personnel Simon Howard (drums) and Taylor's brother David (guitar), the band recorded a BBC session for disc jockey John Peel before Taylor retired to Sweden for a break. However, the broadcast made such an impression that the...
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Don't Mess With Mr T, James Taylor Quartet
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: Aug 27, 2007

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