One Man Dog

One Man Dog

by James Taylor


Product Details

Release Date: 12/11/1990
Label: Imports
UPC: 0075992593328
catalogNumber: 943293

Album Credits

Performance Credits

James Taylor   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Harmonica,Autoharp,Electric Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals
John Hartford   Banjo,Fiddle,Violin
Carole King   Piano,Vocals,Background Vocals
Linda Ronstadt   Vocals,Background Vocals
Carly Simon   Vocals,Background Vocals
Michael Brecker   Flute,Saxophone,Soprano Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
John McLaughlin   Acoustic Guitar
Red Rhodes   Steel Guitar
Alex Taylor   Vocals,Background Vocals
Kate Taylor   Vocals,Background Vocals
Bobbye Hall   Percussion,Bongos,Conga,Tambourine,Bells,Shaker
Peter Asher   Vocals,Guiro
Art Baron   Trombone
George Bohannon   Trombone
Randy Brecker   Trumpet,Flugelhorn,Tenor Saxophone,Piccolo Trumpet
Dash Crofts   Mandolin
Craig Doerge   Piano,Keyboards,Electric Piano
Abigale Haness   Vocals,Background Vocals
Danny Kortchmar   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Timbales
Russ Kunkel   Conga,Drums,Tambourine,Cabasa
Barry Rogers   Trombone
Hugh Taylor   Vocals,Background Vocals
Art Baran   Bass Trombone
Mark Paletier   Saw
Leland Sklar   Bass,Guitar,Guitarron
Ms. Bobbye Hall   Conga,Tambourine

Technical Credits

Robert Appere   Engineer
Peter Asher   Producer,Engineer
Russ Kunkel   Contributor
Phil Ramone   Engineer
Mark Paletier   Sound Effects
Ed Thrasher   Art Direction

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One Man Dog 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This Record is one of my all time favorites - a true Masterpiece! If you don't like James Taylor's Older stuff, then you should just buy stuff from the nineties when all the Mescaline he was doing back then finally caught up to him. This is the true, raw artform right here, brothers and sisters; recorded in a cabin out in the woods in between fishing, grilling, smokin' and drinkin'. Beautiful!
JohnQ More than 1 year ago
One gathering a collection of the best albums of Rock history could be forgiven for not including this album, but then they would be missing out on a true treasure. I have tried to come up with an explanation for the love many of us have for this album but I just have not been able to do an adequate job of it. The truth is that, for whatever reason, this album somehow fits into the feel of Sweet Baby and Mud Slide even if it is less complete that those previous works. Those of us who lived at the time, and were buying these LPs when they came out, cant consider having those previous two without having this one as well. I have no idea if that feel would be understood by a younger collector, but for us old timers, this is one we just have to hear once in a while.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Why the critics savaged this own theory is that J. Taylor was so hot at the time, that it was time, the music critics thought, to bring him down a peg. What a lovely, lovely album. It ages beautifully, hauntingly melodic, just gorgeous. If you like anything this guys ever done, try this record! And all you music critics, now that he's not all hot and gorgeous anymore, and your not jealous now that hes over 50 and bald, listen again! It is a Classic!