Livingston Taylor (born November 21, 1950) is an American singer-songwriter and folk musician. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, and raised in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, he is the brother of singer-songwriter James Taylor, singer-songwriter Kate Taylor, musician Alex Taylor (d. 1993), and innkeeper and singer Hugh Taylor. With a career reaching the fifty-year mark in 2017, Taylor is most notable for his Billboard hits I Will Be In Love With You, First Time Love, and I’ll Come Running.
Livingston Taylor is singer-songwriter Livingston Taylor's first album, released in 1970. Its eleven tracks include ten of Taylor's own compositions, and one cover version of the Earl Greene and Carl Montgomery country standard "Six Days on the Road". The album contains the song "Carolina Day", an original, personal song that helped set the tone for Taylor's intimate, laid-back musical style. Livingston Taylor peaked at number 82 on the Billboard charts.
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Get Out of Bed" leads off Liv, the 1971 album from Livingston Taylor, and it is a brilliant and exciting slice of pop music which should have been a huge international smash. It is one of those songs that you want to play 50 or 60 times in a row, perfectly written and recorded.
Livingston Taylor’s career as a professional musician has spanned 50 years . All tracks composed by Livingston Taylor; except where indicated
Livingston Taylor is singer-songwriter Livingston Taylor's first album, released in 1970. All tracks composed by Livingston Taylor; except where indicated
1971 studio album by Livingston Taylor. Liv is the second studio album by the rock artist Livingston Taylor. It was released in 1971 on Capricorn Records. The album's eleven tracks include ten of Taylor's own songs, and a cover rendition of "On Broadway". All tracks composed by Livingston Taylor; except where indicated.