After 30 years of critical thinking that began with a sophomoric interest in the personal challenges singer-songwriters such as James Taylor and Marvin Gaye experienced in order to create songs like Fire and Rain (Warner Records, 1970) and Sexual Healing (Columbia Records, 1982), John Patrick Acevedo (Synergy Press Author, Poet, Publisher), continued the collaboration that earned James Taylor 1975 commercial success with Gaye’s 1964 song How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) (Motown Records) and Marvin Gaye success with his Sexual Healing muse (1982, Columbia Records) from Taylor’s 1970 album Sweet Baby James, which featured the sober lament about his view on closely-felt loss and society’s treatments of it entitled Fire and Rain, with the same sense of rehabilitative strength Taylor experienced with his 1981 Grammy-award winning album entitled Dad Loves his Work
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