℗ 1974 Warner Records Inc
 

Walking Man

James Taylor

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1
Walking Man
James Taylor
3:30
2
Rock 'n' Roll Is Music Now
James Taylor
3:25
3
Let It All Fall Down
James Taylor
3:30
4
Me and My Guitar
James Taylor
3:30
5
Daddy's Baby
James Taylor
2:37
6
Ain't No Song
James Taylor
3:28
7
Hello Old Friend
James Taylor
2:45
8
Migration
James Taylor
3:14
9
The Promised Land
James Taylor
4:03
10
Fading Away
James Taylor
3:32
Total Playing Time    33:34
Walking Man is the fifth studio album by singer-songwriter James Taylor. The song "Walking Man", released as the album's first single, failed to place on the Billboard Hot 100 chart at all, but nevertheless, stands today as an often reprised fan favorite.

"Hello Old Friend" was used in the intro for ABC's Game 3 coverage of the 1989 World Series, just before the pre-game broadcast was interrupted by a 6.9 magnitude earthquake.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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