Starbucks' Hear Music will release James Taylor's 40 years worth of hits in a CD/DVD compilation called 'One Band Man'.
Starbucks' new imprint label Hear Music will release the third album this year, this time a James Taylor. 'One Band Man', a CD/DVD set featuring live recordings plus commentaries from his recent concerts at the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield will be dropped this holiday season.
The album will include live recordings of the singer's hits such as 'Something in the Way', 'Carolina in My Mind' and 'Fire and Rain'. Taylor summarized the compilation as "intimate retrospective of 40 years worth of songs."
Hear Music, specializing in huge names with new records, have signed three artists including Taylor. 'One Band Man' is preceded by Paul McCartney's 'Memory Almost Full' that was released on June 5 in U.S. The second artists under the label's wing would be Joni Mitchell whose first studio album in nine years called 'Shine', will be dropped Sept. 25.