The White Horse
"...Thursday night’s Austin City Limits taping with James Taylor was as surprise-filled as any I’ve ever witnessed. He concentrated on tunes from his first collection of new material in 13 years, Before This World, but those songs fit snugly next to his better-known hits..."
"...If James Taylor and Carly Simon thought they could pull a Don Corleone by sending their son Ben off to school, they were wrong. As with Pacino's character in the Godfather, Ben born 1977, the same year his dad released JT, featuring the hit "Handy Man" has found it impossible to resist the pull of the family business..."
"...Directed by: David Van Taylor. I can remember a year or so ago, during the precedent-setting trial of James Vance vs..."
"...Surely, many fans will begin spinning their DVDs now, but two weeks will fly by fast before it's time for Turner Classic Movies' 24-hour Tribute to Elizabeth Taylor, set for Sunday, April 10...."
"...5, at Ross' Old Austin Cafe, and Friday, Oct. 12, with the Texas Pioneers at the Taylor Slavonic Benevolent Order of the State of Texas...."
"...war with Mexico in the 1840s. One joins Zachary Taylor's army and the other joins the infamous Glanton gang of scalp hunters..."
"...20]. I was surprised more mention wasn't made of Andy Salmon or Tommy Taylor, who, whether they agreed or declined to be interviewed, were a huge part of the band's success, and who each remain a vibrant and important member of Austin's music scene..."
"...John Smithee, and Rep. Larry Taylor...."
"...Starring: Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen, Leslie Mann, Eric Bana, Jonah Hill, Jason Schwartzman, Aubrey Plaza, Maude Apatow, Iris Apatow, RZA and Aziz Ansari. “Do you ever get tired of playing the same songs over and over again?” a young comic named Ira (Rogen) asks the singer-songwriter James Taylor, who has just watched Ira’s set..."
"...Directed by: Tate Taylor. Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Nelsan Ellis, Dan Aykroyd, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Craig Robinson, Lennie James, Jill Scott, Josh Hopkins, Fred Melamed, Tika Sumpter, Allison Janney, John Benjamin Hickey, Jamarion Scott and Jordan Scott...."
"...Even shooting in Texas was a major decision then," said Graham, the longtime University of Texas J. Frank Dobie Regents Professor in American and English Literature, who recounts the story of the production in his new book Giant: Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, James Dean, Edna Ferber, and the Making of a Legendary American Film...."
"...Instead of true grit and gutshot black-hatters, director Les Mayfield has crafted what may well be the world's first Tommy Hilfiger Western, chock-a-block with fresh-faced up-and-comers sporting pearly whites so dazzling the reflected glare could bring down the entire Texas Air National Guard. The real source of American Outlaws' unceasing barrage of numbing mediocrity isn't the cast, though (Aussie lead Farrell as young Jesse James is riveting when he's actually given something interesting to do that doesn't involve shooting a hole in someone, which isn't often enough), it's writer Roderick Taylor's awful script, which takes the general lore of the James-Younger Gang and slickens it up with contemporary pop culture twang..."
"...Edie Brickell, James Taylor, Lyle Lovett, Ray Benson, Willie Nelson, Paul Simon (obscured), and Charlie Sexton..."
"...Directed by: James Wan. Starring: Lili Taylor, Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, Shanley Caswell, Hayley McFarland, Joey King, Mackenzie Foy, Kyla Deaver and Shannon Kook...."
"...Directed by: Alan Taylor. Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney, Jason Clarke, J.K..."
"...Directed by: Sam Taylor-Johnson. Starring: Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan, Jennifer Ehle, Marcia Gay Harden, Eloise Mumford, Luke Grimes and Victor Rasuk...."
"...Fire and Rain: The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, James Taylor, CSNY, and the Lost Story of 1970by David Browne Da Capo, 392 pp., $26..."
"...He can’t quite hit those pie-in-the-sky highs anymore, the 63-year-old American folk hero singing in a lower register while his count-‘em four back-up singers collectively pulled some ozone notes, but really, there wasn’t anything the least bit wrong with James Taylor’s voice Saturday night at a bustling Bass Concert Hall...."
"...Holy Mountain partner James Taylor characterized the increase as "completely unsustainable." Holy Mountain/Red 7 partner Jared Cannon simply says "impossible." Upon viewing the price-per-square-foot rates of the listings, one real estate executive with experience in Downtown retail leases confirmed, "That price is definitely on the high end. What we're seeing happening is someone from out of town will come in and pay an extraordinary rate for a property in a certain neighborhood, then it sets a high benchmark."..."
"...Starring: Alex Kendrick, Shannen Fields, Tracy Goode, Bailey Cave, Jason McLeod, Steve Williams and James Blackwell. Like a modern-day Job, Grant Taylor (Kendrick) – high school football coach, loyal husband, and all-around shlemazl – just can’t seem to catch a break..."
"...206 W. Second, Taylor, 512/352-6206 Mon-Thu, 9am-8pm; Fri, 9am-5pm; Sat, 9am-'til they run outta food...."
"...Night Shyamalan. Starring: James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy, Betty Buckley, Jessica Sula, Haley Lu Richardson, Izzie Coffey, Brad William Henke and Sebastian Arcelus...."
"...Casualties of the pricing boom, owners were confronted with a 45% rent increase, putting their monthly bill at $8,000 plus "triple net" fees – taxes, insurance, and maintenance – totaling in the thousands. It's an unmanageable figure for the club to sustain, confirms co-owner James Taylor...."
"...When Chip Taylor wrote "Storybook Children" in the mid-Sixties, there was no way of knowing it would become a catalyst for his career resurgence in the next millennium. The song, co-authored and sung by Billy Vera with Judy Clay, charted high, and the pair became the first interracial couple to do so..."
"...I was 15 when I met James Taylor at Clementine Coffee, now Thunderbird Manor. Our friendship began over a discussion of pomegranate Italian sodas..."
"...Directed by: Masayuki Ochiai. Starring: Joshua Jackson, Rachael Taylor, Megumi Okina, David Denman, John Hensley, James Kyson Lee and Maya Hazen..."
"...Indeed, both Malick and Hellman work the same existential angst into their films, mixing the mundane (cars, cowboys, killers) with a not-so-nouvelle vague mindset that plays off the American id like so much buckshot off bone. Two-Lane Blacktop, starring a young James Taylor, Beach Boy drummer Dennis Wilson, and Hellman regular Warren Oates, is about cars and speed, but Hellman being the auteur that he is, it's also about a lot more than that..."
"...To truly understand the success a single song can achieve, look up songwriter Chip Taylor at AllMusic.com. There, under his name and the tab marked "Songs," click through to "Songs Composed By," and peruse a few titles: "Country Girl, City Man" by Ike & Tina Turner..."
"...Directed by: Taylor Sheridan. Starring: Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, Graham Greene, Gil Birmingham, Jon Bernthal, Kelsey Asbille, Julia Jones and James Jordan...."
"...There, ex-mercenary Keegan (Momoa) kills Louis. While seeking vengeance, Bonomo hooks up with Detective Taylor Kwon (Kang), who is interested in the link between both killings..."
"...Directed by: Sam Taylor-Wood. Starring: Aaron Johnson, Anne-Marie Duff, Kristin Scott Thomas, David Threlfall, Josh Bolt, James Johnson and Thomas Sangster..."
"...Jazz the World Forgot catches the music just as it was emerging, the unlikely marriage of string band blues with military marching band brass and ragtime syncopation, spitting forth raw hedonism. And best of all, this collection seems to capture everything; sure, it's not too hard to find cuts by legends like King Oliver, Jelly Roll Morton, or the golden-voiced Mamie Smith, but how many CDs contain regional obscurities like the Ross De Luxe Syncopaters or Taylor's Dixie Serenaders? If historical importance enhances your enjoyment of music, you'll be beside yourself with the discoveries here. 5.0 stars -- Lee Nichols..."
"...The club scene is also captured through the movie's ever-present music track which was supervised by Texas rocker Johnny Reno. Reno also performs in the film with his band in addition to appearances by Steve James, Anson Funderbergh and the Rockets and Cafe Noir as well as soundtrack contributions from Fever in the Funkhouse, Big Boss Groove and Cricket Taylor..."
"...Directed by: Luke Scott. Starring: Kate Mara, Anya Taylor-Joy, Rose Leslie, Toby Jones, Paul Giamatti, Michael Yare, Chris Sullivan, Michelle Yeoh, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Boyd Holbrook and Vinette Robinson...."
"...A good-hearted singer-songwriter whose music combined a classical training on horns and love of folk music, Pettis co-fronted the gritty, soulful Bankrupt & the Borrowers with Moore, Blue Mongeon, and James Taylor...."
"...• James Taylor's solo shivers through Joni Mitchell's "Woodstock" and Stephen Stills' Fender catching fire on Crosby, Stills & Nash's "Wooden Ships." Michael Stipe puts them all to shame delivering "Man on the Moon" out front of R.E.M. with Eddie Vedder...."
"...Everyone from Lance Bass and Richard Chamberlain to Dave Matthews wanted a piece of this mess. The strange cherry on top is that the screenplay was co-written by Academy Award-winning writer/director Alexander Payne (Sideways, About Schmidt) and his writing partner, Jim Taylor..."
"...Directed by: Sean Baker. Starring: Kitana Kiki Rodriguez, Mya Taylor, Karren Karagulian, Mickey O’Hagan, James Ransone, Alla Tumanian, Luiza Nersisyan, Arsen Grigoryan and Clu Gulager...."
"...For better or worse, there are few -- if any -- instances in which comparisons to James Taylor are good. Thus, when Bruce Robison's light tenor smoothes itself over a gentle acoustic guitar and dreamy steel in decidedly Sweet Baby Jamesian fashion mere seconds into this Austin singer-songwriter's second release for Nashville-based Sony imprint Lucky Dog, you're already making polite excuses like "nice" and "pleasant." Even the album's press release cites Taylor..."
"...15, 18th Floor at Hilton Garden Inn, 8pm One of the more intriguing local entries this SXSW and fast-tracked for breakout folk success, the young singer-songwriter from Utah caught the attention of Austin City Limits majordomo Terry Lickona. His single "Make America Kind Again" filters the political through a James Taylor/Slowdive strainer. – Kahron Spearman Kay Odyssey..."
"...James Taylor, Holy Mountain’s general manager, told the Chronicle Wednesday that most venues around town will be donating variations of proceeds – cover charges, percentages of bar sales, etc. – from one or two nights out of the nine, with his club hosting Possessed by Paul James, the Lonesome Heroes, Mother Mary & the Black Dirt, and Harrison Anderson on April 18..."
"...DRAMATIC COMPETITION Another Earth (Director: Mike Cahill; Screenwriters: Mike Cahill and Brit Marling) — On the eve of the discovery of a duplicate Earth, a horrible tragedy irrevocably alters the lives of two strangers, who begin an unlikely love affair. Cast: William Mapother, Brit Marling, Jordan Baker, Robin Lord Taylor, Flint Beverage. Benavides Born (Director: Amy Wendel; Screenwriters: Daniel Meisel and Amy Wendel) — A high school senior in a forgotten town has earned admission to the University of Texas at Austin but can’t afford to go..."
"...Deeply religious Christians, his parents didn't allow any secular music in the household. Though he discovered pop-punk and ska in his teenage years, a James Taylor record was the first to which he knew all of the words..."
"...A mind-blowing lineup of musicians – including Willie Nelson, Paul Simon, Bonnie Raitt, James Taylor, Lyle Lovett, and Little Joe y La Familia – came together and raised millions for the Rebuild Texas Fund with a four-and-half-hour concert defined by epic collaborations and the mantra "Harvey Can't Mess With Texas" (revisit "Harvey Hurricane Concert Rallies," Sept. 23)..."
"...Young Latin-Americana sisters Ha’Ash, who’d just returned from Mexico City relief efforts, introduced themselves with stunning vocals, before James Taylor settled in with Sexton on “Country Road” and Raitt joined in for a Carly Simon-like harmony on “You Can Close Your Eyes.” Lyle Lovett brought an emotional pin-drop silence to the arena with the cello-backed “Simple Song.”..."
"...Meanwhile, an attractive young African-American woman (Sumpter, who also co-produced the film) on the Southside intently readies herself, fielding questions from her parents about the Harvard summer intern at her law firm who’s picking her up in his beat-up Datsun for an outing she emphatically denies is a date. Not much happens during these first few minutes of Southside With You, the semi-fictionalized version of what, in fact, turns out to be the first date between future White House residents Barack Obama and Michelle Robinson, but the setup is so enticing (the jazzy chords of Stephen James Taylor’s score subtly suggest romance) that you’re instantly on the hook, eager to see how this day will go even though you already know how it will end...."
"..."Fire and Rain," James Taylor..."
"...Last Wednesday, a group representing the Red River Cultural District, including Mohawk owner James Moody, Holy Mountain partner James Taylor, and Austin Music People (AMP) Executive Director Jennifer Houlihan, met with the developers to welcome them to the neighborhood and open a dialogue about the hotel's impact on the area's live music ecosystem...."
"...A box-office dud more or less suppressed by an embarrassed Universal until 1999, this was a film prized among cinephiles like samizdat, arriving in my hands on one of those tapes as precious for the entertainingly libelous yarn about its provenance as for its actual contents. Not to say that the contents weren't considerable, but if context isn't all, it can mean a hell of a lot, especially when you're dealing with the kind of angular, allegorical minimalism that favors landscapes over the speed of the cars traveling through them and traffics in character names like the Driver (James Taylor), the Girl (Laurie Bird), the Mechanic (Dennis Wilson), and GTO (Warren Oates)...."
"...Art Garfunkel's comb-over resembled a bird's nest, and Paul Simon's apparently given up his decades-old quest to disguise his baldness, which is as it should be. Between them and James Taylor, who also performed, they could make some franchise of the Hair Club for Men very happy..."