Rock Salt & Nails (album)

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Rock Salt & Nails
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Studio album by Steve Young
Released November, 1969
Recorded 1969
Genre Country, country rock, folk
Length 41:03
Label A&M
Producer Tommy LiPuma
Steve Young chronology
Rock Salt & Nails
(1969)
Seven Bridges Road
(1972)Seven Bridges Road1972
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Rock Salt & Nails is the debut album by Steve Young. It is a pioneering Country rock/Outlaw country album that was recorded in 1969, with guest musicians Gram Parsons, Gene Clark and James Burton.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Steve Young; except where indicated

  1. "That's How Strong My Love Is" (Roosevelt Jamison)
  2. "Rock Salt and Nails" (Utah Phillips)
  3. "I'm a One-Woman Man" (Johnny Horton, Tillman Franks)
  4. "Coyote" (Peter La Farge)
  5. "Gonna Find Me a Bluebird" (Marvin Rainwater)
  6. "Love in My Time"
  7. "Seven Bridges Road"
  8. "Kenny's Song" (Kenny Austin)
  9. "Holler in the Swamp"
  10. "Hoboin'" (Traditional; arranged by Steve Young)
  11. "My Sweet Love Ain't Around" (Hank Williams)

Personnel[edit]

Bernie Leadon was supposedly on board playing guitar as well as Gram Parsons and Gene Clark.

Production[edit]