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Surreal

Label: Dome Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: The Less You Know; Goodbye To Yesterday; Above The Night; Ain't It Time; Capricorn Sun; Don't Wanna Know; Restless As We Are; Rivers On The Sun; Don't Break Me Down; The Stars From Here; To Be With You; This Must Be Love; The Way You Love; Thoughtful Fantasies.

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Goodbye To Yesterday (Radio Edit)

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Label: Dome Records
Released: 2012
Duration: 03:28

Transatlantic R.P.M.

Label: Dome Records
Released: 2010

Tales From The Beach

Label: Dome Records
Released: 2008

James Taylor Quartet: Don't Mess With Mr. T

Label: Dome Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Money (That's What I Want); Got To Give It Up; Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours); Function At The Junction; After The Dance (ft. Omar); Jimmy Mack; Machine Gun; Come See About Me (ft. Donna Gardier); Cleo's Mood; You Beat Me To The Punch (ft. Hil St Soul); You're All I Need To Get By; Don't Mess With Mr. T.

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James Taylor Quartet: James Taylor Quartet: Don't Mess With Mr. T

Read "James Taylor Quartet: Don't Mess With Mr. T" reviewed by Frederick Bernas

James Taylor's vintage Hammond-led outfit has consistently delighted lovers of jazz, funk and R&B in equal measure over the last twenty years. The group is most famous for its signature tune, the “Theme From Starsky and Hutch, but this album shows greater variety than the standard jam workout. Don't Mess With Mr. T: James Taylor Quartet ...

Who Needs Love

Label: Dome Records
Released: 2002


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