Man’s Best Friendis singer-songwriter Livingston Taylor‘s sixth album, and fifth original album, released in 1980.
Livingston Taylor (born November 21, 1950) is an American singer-songwriter, born in Boston, Massachusetts, and raised in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He attended the Westtown School in Pennsylvania. He is the brother of singer-songwriter James Taylor and a faculty member at Berklee College of Music.
In the 1980s Taylor released his second album on the Epic label, Man’s Best Friend. The album contained the songs: “First Time Love,” and “Pajamas” (sometimes known as “I’ve Got My Pajamas On”), which was later adapted into a book for children written by Taylor and his wife, Maggie. Taylor hosted a nationally syndicated television show, This Week’s Music, and began teaching performance at the Berklee College of Music in Boston.
1 Ready Set Go (Jeff Baxter, Livingston Taylor, David Wolfert) 3:15 2 Dance With Me (John Hall, Joanna Hall) 3:19 3 First Time Love (Pat Alger, Peter Kaminsky) 2:45 4 Sunshine Girl (John Manchester, Livingston Taylor) 3:50 5 You Don’t Have To Choose (Jeff Baxter, Livingston Taylor) 3:30 6 Dancing In The Street (William Stevenson, Marvin Gaye, Ivy Hunter) 3:27 7 Out Of This World (Maggie Taylor, Livingston Taylor) 2:36 8 Face Like Dog (John Manchester, Livingston Taylor) 4:05 9 Pajamas (Maggie Taylor, Livingston Taylor) 1:57 10 Marie (Randy Newman) 2:22