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James Taylor Live (1998)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Music | TV Movie 30 May 1998
Recorded in support of the 1997 album Hourglass, James Taylor's Live At The Beacon Theatre features the legendary singer-songwriter on a spirited journey through his acclaimed catalog. This... See full summary »

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Recorded in support of the 1997 album Hourglass, James Taylor's Live At The Beacon Theatre features the legendary singer-songwriter on a spirited journey through his acclaimed catalog. This set features footage not seen in the original broadcast.

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30 May 1998 (USA)  »

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Lots Of Great Songs Presented Well, But.....
10 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

James Taylor performs almost two hours worth of songs at a semi-famous theater in New York City in the late '90s.

These are mostly great songs, about every hit song he ever had and more, and his voice is in fine form. The only problems I found was that it got monotonous after awhile. Although likable, Taylor is not exactly an animated performer, nor are his shows. After a half dozen or so tunes they all start sounding similar.

This is better just played as background music while you are doing something else. In other words, it's better served as a CD rather than a DVD. But it's an excellent concert as Taylor and his band perform beautifully.


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