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  • Performer: Livingston Taylor
  • Album: Unsolicited Material
  • FLAC: 1740 mb | MP3: 1319 mb
  • Released: 2006
  • Country: US
  • Style: Folk
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 418
Livingston Taylor - Unsolicited Material album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Intro/Life Is Good
Written-By – L. Taylor*, M. Taylor*
2 Writing A Book
Written-By – J. Curtis*, L. Taylor*
3 Jacques Cousteau
Written-By – Andy Paley
4 Olympic Guitar
Written-By – L. Taylor*
5 Elusive Butterfly
Written-By – Bob Lind
6 Save Your Heart For Me
Written-By – Gary Geld, Peter Udell
7 I Hate Country Music
Written-By – J. Curtis*, L. Taylor*
8 I Must Be Doing Something Right
Written-By – L. Taylor*, N. Claflin*
9 Railroad Bill
Written-By – A. Breckman*
10 Pajamas
Written-By – L. Taylor*, M. Taylor*
11 Jason (Waltzing With Bears)
Written-By – Eugene Poddany, T. Seuss Geisel*
12 Heart And Soul
Written-By – F. Loesser*, H. Carmichael*
13 No Easy Way To Break Somebody's Heart
Written-By – B. Mann*
14 On And On
Written-By – S. Bishop*
15 The Dollar Bill Song
Written-By – A. Breckman*
16 Carolina Day
Written-By – Livingston Taylor
17 City Lights
Written-By – P. Alger*
18 Earl's Breakdown
Written-By – Earl Scruggs
19 Eight More Miles To Louisville
Written-By – L. Jones*
20 Songs That Should Never Be Played On The Banjo 3:07
21 Goodnight 1:49
22 Over In The Soviet Union
Written-By – J. Curtis*
23 Over The Rainbow
Written-By – E.Y. Harburg, H. Arlen*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Whistling Dog Music
  • Manufactured By – Sony Music Direct (Japan) Inc.


Issued in a replica mini-LP gatefold papersleeve with obi strip, inner sleeve and booklet in English and Japanese.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4582192931967
  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Livingston Taylor Unsolicited Material ‎(CD, Album) Whistling Dog Music none US 1994

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Unsolicited Material. Tracks count: 23. Views: 0. Livingston Taylor - Intro/Life Is Good 02:56. Livingston Taylor - Writing A Book 03:01. Livingston Taylor - Jacques Cousteau 03:19. Livingston Taylor - Heart and Soul 02:18. Livingston Taylor - No Easy Way To Break Somebody's Heart 04:31. Livingston Taylor - On and On 03:41. Livingston Taylor - The Dollar Bill Song 03:27. Livingston Taylor - Carolina Day 01:55. Livingston Taylor - City Lights 05:33. Livingston Taylor - Earl's Breakdown 00:52.

Livingston Taylor (born November 21, 1950) is an American singer-songwriter, born in Boston, Massachusetts and raised in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He attended the Westtown School in Pennsylvania. He is the brother of singer-songwriter James Taylor and a faculty member at Berklee College of Music. Unsolicited Material Album.

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Livingston Taylor is singer-songwriter Livingston Taylor's first album, released in 1970. Its eleven tracks include ten of Taylor's own compositions, and one cover version of the Earl Greene and Carl Montgomery country standard "Six Days on the Road". The album contains the song "Carolina Day", an original, personal song that helped set the tone for Taylor's intimate, laid-back musical style. Livingston Taylor peaked at number 82 on the Billboard charts.

His debut album, "Livingston Taylor", produced by Landau, included the song "Carolina Day," an original, personal song which helped set the tone for Taylor's intimate and laid-back musical style. His second album, "Liv", also produced by Landau, included the minor hit "Get Out of Bed". His third album, "Over the Rainbow", was released in 1973, but did not sell well. Taylor left Capricorn Records for his next album, "Three Way Mirror", released in 1978. A second retrospective was released in 2005 with "". The year ended with an album of all-new material, "There You Are Again". Taylor has been artist-in-residence at Lowell House at Harvard College since 2000.