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Livingston Taylor: Our Turn to Dance

[cover art]

Livingston Taylor has been making records for nearly as long as his more famous brother though, unfortunately, with nowhere near the frequency. A talented songwriter in his own right (and most of the album is written or co-written by him) he's a good judge of other people's songs. Two fine examples are "No Easy Way to Break Somebody's Heart" by Barry Mann (Yup, the "Who Put the Bomp" guy) and the Jerome Kerns classic "The Way You Look Tonight." While some may categorize Livingston as a sensitive singer/songwriter type, don't get the wrong idea. This is no muzak album. Like all his previous work, it's worth the money.
-- Jim Worbois, All-Music Guide

Garth Hudson contributes accordion on this one.

Tracks

  1. Our Turn to Dance
  2. It's My Job
  3. I Must Be Doing Something Right
  4. No Eay Way to Break Somebody's Heart
  5. Make the Change
  6. My Father's Eyes
  7. Silvered Wings
  8. You Got the Right Guy
  9. Someday You May Notice Me
  10. Vacation
  11. Way You Look Tonight

Sidemen

(only members of the Band listed)
  • Garth Hudson, accordion

Livingston Taylor - Our Turn to Dance - 1991 - Vanguard 79469

AMG Rating: 8 (out of 9)


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