Who Sang Migration? James Taylor

James Taylor Walking Man cover art

Some other versions of "Migration"
Credits
release date: 1974
genres: Rock
styles: Folk Rock/Acoustic/Soft Rock
length: 3:18
producer: David Spinozza
piano: Kenny Ascher
mixer: Harry Maslin
engineer: Harry Maslin
bass: Andy Muson
organ: David Spinozza and Don Grolnick
acoustic guitar: Hugh McCracken and James Taylor
percussion: Ralph MacDonald
drums (drum set): Rick Marotta
Distant hands in foreign lands
Are turning hidden wheels
Causing things to come about
Which no one seems to feel
All invisible from where we stand
The connections come to pass
And though too strange to comprehend
They affect us nonetheless, yes

Once again a time of change
O the change makes music
And the children will dance

See the pieces of the picture rearrange themselves
It feels just like a symphony to me,
With nothing left to chance

Just look over your shoulder
It’s out of you hands
It’s over for now
Leave behind what you can
You can always return

The rhythm remains unbroken
Unspoken but loud and clear
It’s a slow vibration. migration

Mystery muse, how I hunger for an answer
Unsung song, how I long to play the changes
Hidden rhythm, haven’t I always been your dancer
Sacred secrets of the meaning to my dreaming. migration



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Walking Man
  • 2 Rock & Roll Is Music Now
  • 3 Let It All Fall Down
  • 4 Me and My Guitar
  • 5 Daddy's Baby
  • 6 Ain't No Song
  • 7 Hello Old Friend
  • 8 Migration
  • 9 Promised Land
  • 10 Fading Away

  • Album Information
    label: Warner Bros. Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin