High, Low and In Between is an album by country singer/songwriter Townes Van Zandt, released in 1971. The album was recorded in L.A. and showcases what Van Zandt himself considered to be one of his most well written songs, “To Live Is To Fly”.
High, Low & In Between was cut at Larrabee Sound Studios in Los Angeles with Kevin Eggers returning in the role of producer. The session players included guitarist Larry Carlton, guitarist David Cohen, and bassist Harvey Newmark, while organist Don Randi arranged the music for Van Zandt’s eleven new creations. Unlike Van Zandt’s previous album Delta Momma Blues, which features very sparse arrangements, High Low and in Between incorporates a folk-rock edge.