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Chip Taylor

Last Chance: The Warner Bros. Years

train wreck



2cd+dvd

Released: 10th Nov 2017

£20.99


this collects three inspiring country-rock records he made for warner bros in the mid ‘70s, taken directly from the original masters, plus a never-before-seen concert & a booklet by taylor, including rare photos – a glorious slice of material from one of the world’s greatest songwriters.

During the 1960s, he had great success as a songwriter – ‘Wild Thing’ & ‘Angel Of The Morning’ are two of the most iconic hits of all time, let alone of the ‘60s! As the '70s began, Taylor began a solo career with the well-regarded ‘Gasoline’ album on Buddah Records. This led to being signed to Warner Brothers in 1972, for whom he would release the seminal record ‘last chance’. Johnny Cash, Emmylou Harris, Anne Murray & George Strait would go on to record cover versions of the songs on this album. It is one of the foundations of country-rock.

Last Chance: The Warner Bros. Years

Tracklist

  1. (I Want) The Real Thing
  2. Son Of A Rotten Gambler
  3. I Read It In Rolling Stone
  4. (The Coal Fields Of) Shikshinny
  5. I Wasn't Born In Tennessee
  6. (The Likes Of) Louise
  7. It's Still The Same
  8. Intro to 101 In Cashbox
  9. 101 In Cashbox
  10. Family Of One
  11. Clean Your Own Tables
  12. Last Chance
  13. Me As I Am
  14. Early Sunday Morning
  15. (It's A Long Way) Back To The Heart
  16. Something 'Bout The Way This Story Ends
  17. Funny Songs
  18. Comin' From Behind
  19. If You're Ever In Warsaw
  20. If I Can't Be In Austin
  21. Here Again
  22. Some Of Us. 'This Side Of The Big River' (1975)
  23. Same Ol' Story
  24. Holding Me Together
  25. Gettin' Older, Lookin' Back
  26. John Tucker's On The Wagon Again
  27. Big River
  28. May God Be With Me
  29. Circle Of Tears
  30. Sleepy Eyes
  31. I've Been Tied
  32. You're Alright, Charlie
  33. DVD: Chip Taylor Live At The Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, Texas, November 1973: