Grammy and Dove Award winner Bruce Carroll joins Mike to chat about 'Sweet Baby James', the breakthrough album from American singer-songwriter James Taylor.
Bruce looks back on discovering Taylor's music in the early 1970's and the effect it had on him and society as a whole at that time.
Who did James Taylor write the title track of 'Sweet Baby James' for?
Which band does Mike cite as a potential influence on track 'Sunny Skies'?
Why did 'Fire and Rain' prompt Carole King to write 'You've Got a Friend' as a response to the song?
PLUS Mike shares an anecdote from his stag weekend at a Steel Panther show! It's all right here on Episode 9 of 'My Classic Album'.
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Music Credit: 'This Is Rock' by Silvia Marchese