℗ 1972 Warner Bros
 

One Man Dog

James Taylor

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1
One Man Parade
James Taylor
3:10
2
Nobody but You
James Taylor
2:57
3
Chili Dog
James Taylor
1:35
4
Fool for You
James Taylor
1:42
5
Instrumental 1
James Taylor
0:55
6
New Tune
James Taylor
1:35
7
Back on the Street Again
James Taylor
3:00
8
Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
James Taylor
2:34
9
Woh, Don't You Know
James Taylor
2:10
10
One Morning in May
James Taylor
2:54
11
Instrumental II
James Taylor
1:41
12
Someone
James Taylor
3:36
13
Hymn
James Taylor
2:24
14
Fanfare
James Taylor
2:33
15
Little David
James Taylor
1:00
16
Mescalito
James Taylor
0:29
17
Dance
James Taylor
2:07
18
Jig
James Taylor
1:13
Total Playing Time    37:35
- Billboard 200 - #4 (1973)

One Man Dog is the fourth studio album by singer-songwriter James Taylor. Released on November 1, 1972, it features the hit "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight". The album is made up of 18 short pieces strung together, and the basic tracks were primarily recorded in Taylor's home studio.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Bros. Studio Masters

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