Above, the alternate insert version.
The “Volume 1/2” designation found in the HOTWAX listings apparently added by them as it’s not found anywhere on these inserts.
Source: November 3 or 4, 1972 – Radio City Music Hall, NY 0 audience recording, “I’ve got a lot to be happy for tonight,” announced an elated James Taylor at his Radio City Music Hall concert on Nov. 3, 1972. Earlier that evening, the 24-year-old troubadour had wed balladeer Carly Simon, 27, at her Manhattan apartment. No matter that the bride’s first hit had been the marriage-skeptical ”That’s the Way I’ve Always Heard It Should Be” — the audience roared its approval when Simon joined her ”steamroller” on stage. ” [If that’s not on this album, than it’s probably from the 4th.]
Label: From the producers that would eventually bring you Berkley Records. Mostly found as two single LP’s and as it was produced during a time when this outfit produced relatively low runs, not impossible but also not that easy to find.
4044 runs at the incorrect speed.
Notes from a collector: “My copy comes in a double gatefold sleeve with two inserts…. The labels are blank, but the dead wax area of the first record has 4033-A and -B, and the second has 4044-A and -B engraved by hand.“
101 Sweet Baby James 102 Makin' Whoopee 103 Riding On A Railroad 104 Long Ago And Far Away 105 Lo And Behold 106 Anywhere Like Heaven 107 Brighten Your Night With My Day 108 Something In The Way She Moves 109 Highway Song 110 Sunny Skies 111 Carolina In My Mind 112 Rainy Day Man 113 Instrumental 114 Hymn 115 Fanfare 201 Nobody But You 202 You've Got A Friend 203 Chili Dog 204 New Tune 205 Back On My Feet Again 206 Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight 207 Country Road 208 One Man Parade 209 Steamroller Blues 210 Fire And Rain -- Encore 211 (You Can) Close Your Eyes James Taylor Danny Kortchmar (guitar), Leland Sklar (bass), Craig Doerge (keyboards) and Russ Kunkel (drums).
Just presented as a needledrop on dime a few years ago.
3 November 1972