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.
I am really going to try and respond to your comments as soon as they come in! I'm so grateful for your notes.Also, you may comment on any post, no matter how old, and I will see it.