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James Taylor looks back, with favorite songs and old stories
« on: February 02, 2020, 07:32:58 pm »
James Taylor looks back, with favorite songs and old stories

CBSNews 4 hrs ago


"I don't sit still very well," said singer-songwriter James Taylor. "And so, I need to have something to occupy me, particularly if I'm trying to concentrate on getting some work done or something."

Before Taylor can kindle the flames of his imagination, he likes to split kindling for his own little fire in the wood stove of his studio in Lenox, Massachusetts.

He demonstrated splitting wood for "Sunday Morning" anchor Jane Pauley. "Where'd you learn to do that?" she asked.
"I grew up in the sticks," he replied. "Didn't you have fires as kids?"
"James, I had a suburban childhood. We were girls. We didn't start fires."
Then, he takes a blowtorch ("This is cheating, of course"), and voila!

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/music/news/james-taylor-looks-back-with-favorite-songs-and-old-stories/ar-BBZzBzM?ocid=spartanntp
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