The London Sessions is a bit of a misnomer, as 16 of the 25 songs on this double disc actually were recorded in New York. The first disc consists of the nine tracks done in London, and feature a pick-up band that was able to cut most of the songs in one day. Even though it is described as the "Electric" disc, the music is subtle and thoughtful, and Taylor's lyrics paint poignant pictures of the down-and-outers of the world. The second "Acoustic" disc includes 16 tracks, featuring guest vocals by Lucinda Williams, fiddle by Tammy Rogers and Anton Fig on percussion. While slower and less musically dynamic than the first disc, Taylor maintains an edge in the words of his songs. The total package is an interesting view into the world of a well-traveled man, and shows that singer/songwriters don't have to be self-centered and boring.
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These guys are fantastic...great performers who put on a wonderful show. .thoroughly enjoyed it.☆☆☆
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