1978 Livingston Taylor – 3 Way Mirror

Three Way Mirror is singer-songwriter Livingston Taylor’s fourth album, released in 1978. Its ten tracks produced the song that was perhaps Taylor’s biggest hit, “I Will Be In Love With You”, as well as “Going Round One More Time”, later covered by Taylor’s brother James on his album That’s Why I’m Here. Taylor promoted the album by touring as the opening act for Linda Ronstadt during her “Living in the USA” national tour.

Tracks

1  Going Round One More Time (Livingston Taylor) 2:50
2  L.A. Serenade (Livingston Taylor) 2:59
3  Gonna Have a Good Time (Livingston Taylor) 2:24
4  Train Off the Track (Livingston Taylor) 3:35
I Will Be In Love With You (Livingston Taylor) 3:30
6  No Thank You Skycap (Livingston Taylor) 2:55
I’ll Come Running (Livingston Taylor) 3:23
8  Living Without You (Livingston Taylor) 4:18
9  Southern Kids (Livingston Taylor) 3:03
10  How Much Your Sweet Love Means To Me (Livingston Taylor) 2:35

Musicians

1 Going Round One More Time

BassDavid Hungate
DrumsEd Greene
GuitarLee Ritenour
Acoustic GuitarFred Tackett
PianoJai Winding
AccordionNick DeCaro
PercussionSteve Forman


2 L.A. Serenade

BassDavid Hungate
DrumsEd Greene
GuitarLee Ritenour
GuitarBrian Ray
Acoustic GuitarFred Tackett
PianoJai Winding
AccordionNick DeCaro
PercussionGary Coleman
PercussionSteve Forman
Background VocalsJon Joyce
Background VocalsLinda Dillard
Background VocalsShelby Flint


3 Gonna Have a Good Time

BassDavid Hungate
DrumsMike Baird
GuitarLee Ritenour
Steel GuitarDan Dugmore
MandolinFred Tackett
PianoJai Winding
FiddleRichard Greene
PercussionSteve Forman


4 Train Off The Track

BassDavid Hungate
DrumsJim Keltner
GuitarBillie Walker
PianoJai Winding
Background VocalsNick DeCaro


5 I Will Be In Love With You

BassDavid Hungate
DrumsMike Baird
GuitarLee Ritenour
Acoustic GuitarFred Tackett
PianoJai Winding
HornJerry Hey
HornSteve Madaio
PercussionSteve Forman


6 No Thank You Skycap

BassDavid Hungate
DrumsMike Baird
Acoustic GuitarFred Tackett
Steel GuitarDan Dugmore
PianoJai Winding
VocalsMaria Muldaur


7 I’ll Come Running

BassScott Edwards
DrumsJim Keltner
PianoJai Winding
OrganWilliam Smith
TrumpetJerry Hey
TrumpetSteve Madaio
SaxLarry Williams
SaxPete Christlieb
SaxKim Hutchcroft
Background VocalsJim Gilstrap
Background VocalsPetsye Powell
Background VocalsCarolyn Davies


8 Living Without You

BassDavid Hungate
DrumsJim Keltner
GuitarBillie Walker
Acoustic GuitarFred Tackett
PianoJai Winding


9 Southern Kids

BassScott Edwards
DrumsJim Keltner
Acoustic GuitarBillie Walker
GuitarJoe DiBlasi
AccordionNick DeCaro


10 How Much Your Sweet Love Means To Me

BassDavid Hungate
DrumsMike Baird
GuitarLee Ritenour
Acoustic GuitarFred Tackett
PianoJai Winding

Liner Notes

Producer – Nick DeCaro
Producer (Executive) – Charles Koppelman
Arranged By (Strings) – Nick DeCaro
Arranged By – Jai Winding (Tracks 1, 2, 5)
Arranged By – Tom Saviano (Tracks 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)
Concertmaster – Harry Bluestone
Contractor, Coordinator – Frank DeCaro
Recorded By (A.B.C. Studios) – Hank Cicalo
Recorded By (Overdubbing and Mixing Recorded) – Mallory Earl
Recorded By (Wally Heider Studios) – Norm Kinney

Design (Cover) – Paula Scher
Photography By (Cover) – Max Heldweg

Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
Copyright (c) – Songs of Bandier-Koppelman, Inc.
Copyright (c) – Morgan Creek Music
Copyright (c) – Rear Exit Music Co.
Produced For – The Entertainment Company
Recorded At – ABC Recording Studios
Recorded At – Wally Heider Studios
Overdubbed At – Hollywood Sound Recorders
Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman