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Q&A Part Two with James Taylor

‘Fire And Rain’ troubadour keeps talking story

April 11, 2013
By JON WOODHOUSE ( , For The Maui News

ames Taylor was first struck by the power of music as a six-year old hearing the Coasters' 1950s hit, "Searchin'." By his teen years he was heading to Harlem to hear such soul legends as James Brown, Gladys Knight and Joe Tex play the Apollo. And at home he was immersed in absorbing albums by seminal artists like the Beatles, Miles Davis and Brazilian composer Antonio Carlos Jobim.



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