is a man from another era. Together with Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne, Carole King, Cat Stevens and others, he used to impress with craftily written songs at the beginning of the70s. But Taylor was something else; his voice truly grabbed you.That inviting, somewhat drawling, sonorous voice touched many a tender spot. Today, Taylor is still the same intelligent, cautious and warm man. Exactly like in his pictures and performances. In the 70s, he experienced some difficult times but he never belied his distinct style. The man from North Carolina has been very productive these last years and his latest outburst is his album Covers
from 2008, which is filled with his favorite songs. Taylor is a superstar, but it isn't something he enjoys. 'I have a lot of good friends, such as Neil Young and Bob Dylan. They all say they dislike the fuss, but I know better than that. They thrive in the limelight; I only thrive with my guitar in my hands.' This time he brings along a line-up of pure top-of-the-bill artists, truly a Band of Legends. He is accompanied by the legendary drummer Steve Gadd, bassist Jimmy Johnson, keyboardist Larry Goldings and guitarist Michael Landau.