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Other Works

  • 2004: TV commercial for MCI The Neighbourhood.
  • Album: "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight," 2002.
  • Album: "The Best of James Taylor"
  • Album: "Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon", 1971 (WB)
  • Album: "One Man Dog", 1972 (WB)
  • Album: "Walking Man", 1974 (WB)
  • Album: "Gorilla", 1975 (WB)
  • Album: "James Taylor", 1972 (Apple)
  • Album: "James Taylor and the Original Flying Machine 1967", 1971 (Euphoria)
  • Album: "Sweet Baby James", 1970 (WB)
  • 1978: Was among several people nominated for a Tony award for music and lyrics for "Working".
  • CD: "One Man Band", 2007.
  • Album: "That's Why I'm Here"
  • (2011) He made his acting debut as Bob Cratchit in a production of Charles Dickens's "A Christmas Carol" at the Berkshire Theatre Group. Members of his family were in this as well- his wife Kim played Mrs. Cratchit for the second year, and his twins sons were in the show too, Rufus as the younger Scrooge and Henry, who had played Tiny Tim the year before, now playing the boy who buys the turkey.
  • (January 6, 1978) He composed the Millwork song for Studs Terkel's musical, "Working," at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with David Patrick Kelly, Rex Everhart, Jay Flash Riley, Joe Ponazzeck, Jo Henderson, and Jay Footlik in the cast. Stephen Schwartz was director and adapter. Micki Grant composed music and lyrics. Craig Carnelia composed other songs. David Mitchell was scenic designer. Marjorie Slaim was costume designer.

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