That's Why I'm Here is singer-songwriter James Taylor's eleventh album. It was released in 1985, four years after his previous effort, Dad Loves His Work [MOVLP893], and contains a cover version of Buddy Holly's "Everyday", as well as the participation of a number of artists, including Don Henley, Joni Mitchell and Graham Nash.
Taylor had found his long-term niche with baby boomer fans now permanently tuned to Soft Rock radio - this was Taylor's first record to spawn three Top Ten adult contemporary hits, with the title track, "Only One" and a cover of Buddy Holly's "Everyday". That's Why I'm Here eventually went platinum.
- 180 gram audiophile vinyl