Don't Look Down is the fifth album by the Southern rock/Country rock band The Ozark Mountain Daredevils. The band lost another founding member, Buddy Brayfield, gained a new producer David Kershenbaum, and added three new players, including singer/guitarist and longtime pal Steve Canaday, who as owner of the New Bijou had been instrumental in the group's formation. Despite containing "Following The Way That I Feel", one of the strongest pop tunes in their catalogue, Don't Look Down didn't meet sales expectations, and presaged the Ozark Mountain Daredevils' move from A&M Records to Columbia Records.
Recorded at Caribou Ranch, Colorado. Mixed at AIR, London Engineered by Pete Henderson Assisted by Tom Likes and Nigel Walker. Road Manager: Charlie McCall. Equipment: Larry Tucker and Dick Trask. Lights and Stage Production: Dan Mayoand Rick Redford. Artist Management: Good Karma Productions, Kansas City, Missouri. Art Direction: Roland Young. Designers: Brian Hagiwara, Stan Evanson. Cover Photography: Mark Hanauer. Inner-sleeve Photography: Jim McCrary.