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KATE TAYLOR #21 "Auld Lang Syne"

KATE TAYLOR 21 Auld Lang Syne

Kate Taylor   "Auld Lang Syne"

A new translation of the ballad “Old Long Since,” a poem by National Poet Robert (“Robbie”) Burns written in 1792 from a Scottish folk song of the 1680s.  This translation adapted by Kate Taylor; musical arrangement by James Taylor, who also sings harmony.  

Kate's new CD Fair Time! now available.

Kate's new DVD Kate Taylor: Tunes from the Tipi and Other Songs from Home
now available at
Kate Taylor has danced in and out of the mainstream since the release of her first record “Sister Kate’’ in 1971.   With her three daughters now grown up, Kate has had more time for songwriting and has been on a creative roll. She wrote or co-wrote every tune on her new album, Fair Time! a brilliant and sassy blend of styles from rock and folk, to country and soul.

Kate, who was born in Boston, began her recording career at 19 with the Sister Kate album.
It was produced by Peter Asher.

"I just want to perform,’’ she says. “It’s fun and I love my audience. I’ll just put one foot in front of the other and go where they’ll have me.’’

"Auld Lang Syne"