Townes Van Zandt (album)
|Townes Van Zandt|
|Studio album by Townes Van Zandt|
|Recorded||Bradley's Barn, Nashville, Tennessee|
|Label||Poppy Records, Tomato|
|Producer||Kevin Eggers, Jim Malloy|
|Townes Van Zandt chronology|
Townes Van Zandt is the third release by country singer/songwriter Townes Van Zandt, released in 1969. It includes re-recordings of the first song he ever wrote, "Waitin' Around To Die", and maybe his greatest love song "(Quicksilver Daydreams Of) Maria", which Van Zandt considered his definitive versions. The cover photograph was taken by Sol Mednick, in the kitchen of Milton Glaser.
All tracks composed by Townes Van Zandt
- "For the Sake of the Song"
- "Waiting 'Round to Die"
- "Don't You Take It Too Bad"
- "Colorado Girl"
- "I'll Be Here in the Morning"
- "Fare Thee Well, Miss Carousel"
- "(Quicksilver Daydreams Of) Maria"
- "None But the Rain"
- Townes Van Zandt - vocals, guitar
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