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James Taylor: Pull Over
     

James Taylor: Pull Over

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Director: James Taylor

Cast: James Taylor

 

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This performance film, shot during James Taylor's 2001 concert tour, gets a glossy presentation on DVD. James Taylor: Pull Over has been transferred to disc in its original full-frame aspect ratio of 1.33:1, and viewers have a choice of two audio tracks, one in Dolby Digital 5.1 and the other in PCM Stereo. The disc contains no subtitles or closed captioning,

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This performance film, shot during James Taylor's 2001 concert tour, gets a glossy presentation on DVD. James Taylor: Pull Over has been transferred to disc in its original full-frame aspect ratio of 1.33:1, and viewers have a choice of two audio tracks, one in Dolby Digital 5.1 and the other in PCM Stereo. The disc contains no subtitles or closed captioning, but there are several bonus features -- a documentary on the making of Taylor's 2002 album October Road, a short biography on the singer, and a discography of his recordings.

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For more than three decades, James Taylor has been crafting his signature folk anthems, winning Grammys, and reminding fans that there's a gentle, soothing voice out there for those who need one. James Taylor & Band: Pull Over provides more proof that he's still going strong. It features the beloved singer-songwriter performing on his summer tour in 2001, fresh from snagging the Best Male Pop Vocal Grammy Award for "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight." This 23-song live concert DVD features many of JT's classic cuts, including "Mexico," "Carolina in My Mind," "Fire and Rain," and "You've Got a Friend," as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the album October Road. For diehards and casual fans alike, it's a musical tour through some of Taylor's most treasured tunes.
  • Everyday
  • That's Why I'm Here
  • Only One
  • Frozen Man
  • On the 4th Of July
  • Whenever You're Ready
  • Raised Up Family
  • Luis Conte Percussion Solo
  • Mexico
  • Steamroller Blues
  • Carolina in My Mind
  • Millworker
  • Sun on the Moon
  • Junkie's Lament
  • Copperline
  • Shed a Little Light
  • Fire and Rain
  • You've Got a Friend
  • Your Smiling Face
  • How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)
  • Traffic Jam
  • Knock on Wood
  • You Can Close Your Eyes
  • Sweet Baby James
  • Product Details

    Release Date:
    11/19/2002
    UPC:
    0074645440095
    Original Release:
    2002
    Rating:
    NR
    Source:
    Sony
    Region Code:
    134
    Sound:
    [stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
    Time:
    1:59:00
    Sales rank:
    39,939

    Special Features

    Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound; PCM stereo; Behind the scenes: The Making of October Road; Biography; Discography

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    Scene Index

    Side #1 --
    1. Program Start [1:39]
    2. Everyday [3:38]
    3. That's Why I'm Here [4:05]
    4. Only One [5:25]
    5. Frozen Man Introduction [2:20]
    6. Frozen Man [5:05]
    7. On the 4th of July [3:52]
    8. Whenever You're Ready [4:16]
    9. Raised Up Family [5:01]
    10. Luis Conte Percussion Solo [3:01]
    11. Mexico [4:34]
    12. Steamroller Blues [3:43]
    13. Carolina In My Mind [5:54]
    14. Millworker [4:29]
    15. Sun On the Moon [3:44]
    16. Junkie's Lament [3:41]
    17. Copperline [4:42]
    18. Shed a Little Light [5:23]
    19. Fire & Rain [4:57]
    20. You've Got a Friend [5:10]
    21. Your Smiling Face [2:55]
    22. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) [5:17]
    23. Traffic Jam [1:58]
    24. Knock on Wood [5:37]
    25. You Can Close Your Eyes [2:56]
    26. Sweet Baby James [4:28]
    27. Credits [1:15]

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    4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
    Guest More than 1 year ago
    I have always loved James Taylor and I bought this CD for my dad AND father-in-law! They both loved it! Can't go wrong with JT!
    Guest More than 1 year ago
    Standards from 1970's thru the new millenium including a number of tunes from October Road. A fine performance with the usual 'at home' feel and off the wall liveliness of JT.
    Anonymous More than 1 year ago