Letters from a Hill Farm
glad to be aging in such good company :)
Me, too, Library Mermaid!
I love this song. I was just thinking about James Taylor the other day when I read something about his (& Carly Simon's) son Ben's album - have you ever heard any of Ben's songs? I wonder if he has a similar style.
Happy Birthday J.T.!!!!
Alison, I heard a song by Ben a while back, and thought it sounded like his dad. I keep meaning to listen to more.Sherri, we celebrated with a friend of ours who is a huge fan. I like him; but only like a few songs. I put them on a cd, and we listened to those six(!) songs while we ate supper.
Thanks for the James Taylor music. It was nice listening (twice) while I read your blog posts.
Margot, thank you! I'm so pleased you enjoyed it.
The Chapel Hill guy.........in my mind I am in Carolina!
My favorites:Carolina In My MindSweet Baby JamesFire and RainYou've Got a FriendWalking ManDon't Let Me Be Lonely TonightSweet Baby JamesShower the PeopleMexicoDo we have any in common? ;)
Bonnie, lucky you!!Les, I'm not a giant fan, but I do love a few songs. I bought them at iTunes and put them on a cd calling it: James Taylor - Nan's fave singles:Your Smiling Face, Sweet Baby James, Mockingbird (because of fond memories of Margaret and her best friend singing it as girls), Shower the People, You've Got a Friend, and Secret O' Life. So, 3 in common on our lists!
I've always been a JT fan.Jody
Jody, good to hear from you! as I have written in some comments, I'm not a huge fan but I do love a few songs.
I adore James Taylor. It's weird seeing him age. His voice is better than ever.
His voice is still great, Debbie.
Now that I am a grandmother, it seems that I am often late in replying to your most-appreciated comments. But I read them as soon as they come in, and I will write as soon as I can. Please do come back and check. I love these blogging conversations.Also, you may comment on any post, no matter how old, and I will see it.