High, Low and in Between

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High, Low and In Between
Studio album by Townes Van Zandt
Released 1972
Recorded Larrabee Sound Studios, Los Angeles, California
Genre Country rock
Length 31:44
Label Rhino/WEA, Tomato
Producer Kevin Eggers
Townes Van Zandt chronology
Delta Momma Blues
(1971)
High, Low and In Between
(1972)
The Late Great Townes Van Zandt
(1972)
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Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

High, Low and In Between is an album by country singer/songwriter Townes Van Zandt, released in 1972. The album was recorded in L.A. and showcases the country rock sound of the time, similar to Gene Clark, on songs such as "You Are Not Needed Now", as well as featuring what Van Zandt himself considered to be one of his most well written songs, "To Live Is To Fly".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Two Hands"
  2. "You Are Not Needed Now"
  3. "Greensboro Woman"
  4. "Highway Kind"
  5. "Standin'"
  6. "No Deal"
  7. "To Live Is to Fly"
  8. "When He Offers His Hand"
  9. "Mr. Mudd & Mr. Gold"
  10. "Blue Ridge Mountains"
  11. "High, Low and In Between"

Personnel[edit]

  • Townes Van Zandt - vocals, guitar
  • Donnie Owens - guitar
  • David Cohen - guitar
  • Don Randi - piano, organ, cymbals, handclaps, arrangement
  • Harvey Newmark - bass
  • John Summer - drums
  • Ann Whitsett - handclaps

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