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American singer-songwriter and guitarist. Wikipedia

  • James Taylor discography

    American singer-songwriter, consists of seventeen studio albums, six compilation albums, at least five live albums, one tribute album, nine video albums, one extended play, and forty singles. Taylor signed his first recording contract with Apple Records, where he released his self-titled debut album in 1969. Wikipedia

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  • Carole King

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  • The Best of James Taylor

    Fourth compilation album by American singer-songwriter James Taylor. Released by Warner Bros. Records in April 2003. Wikipedia

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  • Taylor Swift

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  • Cat Stevens

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  • Janet Jackson

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  • Richie Sambora

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  • Johnny Cash

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