Mexico - James Taylor - Selections From James Taylor (Live)
Label: Columbia - ESK 5342 • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Acoustic, Soft Rock
It was released as a single, with the album's title track as the b-side, and reached 49 on the Billboard Hotbut performed much better on the Adult Contemporary chart, reaching 5.
The lyrics of "Mexico" describe a dream of enjoying a night in a Mexican border town. Graham Nash and David Crosby sing backup vocals. It only reached 83 on the singles chart but made it to 8 on the Adult Contemporary chart. Rolling Stone critic Bud Scoppa describes the song as "delightful. It was included on the album Greatest Hits. Jimmy Buffett covered "Mexico" on his album Barometer Soup.
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