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Angel of the Morning
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Angel of the Morning
Chip Taylor gives you a historical account about his career and the song, “Angel of the Morning.”  There have been many versions of “Angel of the Morning,” which has hit the Top 10 three times: In 1968 by Merrilee Rush, 1981 by Juice Newton and 2001 by Shaggy. Be sure to catch the end as Chip does a special Song Performance with his full band.

Chip plays a Gibson J-45  in the lesson.

Chip Taylor
    Creating distinctive music that is also enduring and influential has been Chip Taylor’s m├ętier over the course of what is closing in on five decades as “one of America’s finest songwriters as well as a masterful singer and performer,” says Rolling Stone. His two best-known songs are only some of the many pop, rock, country and R&B chart hits he wrote in the 1960s (Janis Joplin, Aretha Franklin, Dusty Springfield and Frank Sinatra all recorded his songs).  Taylor was then one of the pioneers of the pivotal country-rock movement as a recording artist in the 1970s.   His 1973 album, Last Chance, remains a beloved cult classic.

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By Chip Taylor
Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)
All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission

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