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For the French general, see Eloi Charlemagne Taupin.
Studio album by Bernie Taupin
Released 1971
Genre Spoken Word
Label DJM
Producer Gus Dudgeon
Bernie Taupin chronology
- Taupin
He Who Rides The Tiger
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Taupin is lyricist Bernie Taupin's first solo album. It is a spoken word album of his poetry. Taupin was well known for writing the words to many Elton John songs, and he collaborated with the same musicians John used on his albums in order to create his own. Gus Dudgeon produced the album and Steve Brown coordinated it.

All the poems were written by Bernie Taupin.

Track listing[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. "Child"
    • "Birth" (Taupin, Quaye, Johnson)
    • "The Greatest Discovery" (Elton John, Taupin)
    • "Flatters (a beginning)" (Taupin, Quaye, Johnson)
    • "Brothers Together" (Taupin, Quaye, Johnson)
    • "Rowston Manor" (Taupin, Quaye, Johnson)
    • "End of a Day" (Taupin, Quaye, Johnson)
    • "To a Grandfather" (Taupin, Quaye, Johnson, Phillips)
    • "Solitude" (Taupin, Quaye, Johnson)
    • "Conclusion" (Taupin, Quaye, Johnson)

Side two[edit]

  1. "When the Heron Wakes" (Taupin, Quaye, Johnson)
  2. "Like Summer Tempests" (Taupin, Quaye, Johnson)
  3. "Today's Hero" (Taupin, Quaye, Johnson, Phillips)
  4. "Sisters of the Cross" (Taupin, Coff, Lewis)
  5. "Brothers Together Again" (Taupin, Quaye, Johnson)
  6. "Verses After Dark"
    • "La Petite Marionette" (Taupin, Coff)
    • "Ratcatcher" (Taupin, Phillips)
    • "The Visitor" (Taupin, Phillips)