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James Taylor, Alison Krauss Sing for Louvin Tribute
James Taylor and Alison Krauss were in a Nashville studio Tuesday (May 27) to record a duet for the upcoming Louvin Brothers tribute album from Universal South Records. Their selection for the album was "How's the World Treating You," a 1961 hit for the Louvins. Taylor had performed the evening before at Nashville's AmSouth Amphitheatre. As already reported in CMT.com's Hot Talk, the Louvin Brothers project is being produced by Carl Jackson and will include cuts by Johnny Cash and Pam Tillis ("Keep Your Eye on Jesus"), Joe Nichols and Rhonda Vincent ("Cash on the Barrel Head"), Vince Gill and Terri Clark ("I Can't Keep You in Love With Me"), Jackson and Linda Ronstadt ("New Partner Waltz"), Marty Stuart and Del McCoury ("Let Us Travel, Travel On") and Kathy Louvin and Pamela Brown ("I Wish You Knew"). Other participants will be announced soon. 05/28/03
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