James Taylor records ‘JT’ his eighth album with producer Peter Asher (1977)

James Taylor‘s ‘JT’ is his eighth studio album produced by Peter Asher recorded between March 15–April 24, 1977 and released in June 1977 by Columbia Records.

Track Listing : 1.Your Smiling Face (James Taylor) – 02:50 . 2.There We Are (James Taylor) – 03:02 . 3.Honey Don’T Leave L.A. (Danny Kortchmar) – 03:05 . 4.Another Grey Morning (James Taylor) – 02:44 . 5.Bartender’S Blues (James Taylor) – 04:12 . 6.Secret O’ Life (James Taylor) – 03:34 . 7.Handy Man (Otis Blackwell, Jimmy Jones) – 3:17 . 8.I Was Only Telling A Lie (James Taylor) – 03:24 . 9.Looking For Love On Broadway (James Taylor) – 02:23 . 10.Terra Nova (James Taylor, Carly Simon) – 4:32 . 11.Traffic Jam (James Taylor) – 01:58 . 12.If I Keep My Heart Out Of Sight (James Taylor) – 03:01

Musicians : James Taylor – Guitar, Vocals . Peter Asher – Percussion . Red Callender – Tuba . David Campbell – Viola . Dan Dugmore – Steel Guitar . Danny Kortchmar – Guitars . Leah Kunkel – Vocals . Russell Kunkel – Drums, Percussion . Clarence Mcdonald – Keyboards . Linda Ronstadt – Vocals . David Sanborn – Saxophone . Carly Simon – Vocals . Leland Sklar – Bass

Production : Produced By Peter Asher . Val Garay – Engineer, Mixing

Arrangements : David Campbell

Recorded March 15 – April 24, 1977 At The Sound Factory, Hollywood, California.

Released In June 1977 By Columbia.

(Source James Taylor‘s ‘JT’ | Official Site)

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