1973 Rod Taylor – Rod Taylor

Rod Taylor‘s selftitled album is his debut solo album, released in 1973 on Asylum.

Roderick Taylor, also known as Rod Taylor or Roderick Falconer, is an American poet, recording artist, screenwriter, television producer and television director. Taylor is the father of screenwriter and television/film producer Bruce A. Taylor with whom he often collaborates.



1  I Ought To Know (Rod Taylor) 03:11
2  Crossroads Of The World (Rod Taylor) 03:39
3  Railroad Blood (Rod Taylor) 02:46
4  Double Life (Rod Taylor) 02:13
5  Making A Way (Rod Taylor) 02:42
6  Sweet Inspiration (Rod Taylor) 03:44
7  Livin’ Dangerous Blues (Rod Taylor) 02:43
8  Something Old (Rod Taylor) 04:03
9  Man Who Made It Fall (Rod Taylor) 02:22
10  Lost Iron Man (Rod Taylor) 04:25
11  For Me (Rod Taylor) 02:44
12  The Last Song (Rod Taylor) 03:26



BassLeland Sklar
BassKenny Edwards
BassBuell Neidlinger
DrumsJim Keltner
DrumsGary Mallaber
GuitarRod Taylor
GuitarJesse Ed Davis
GuitarRy Cooder
GuitarAndrew Gold
GuitarSteve Van Gelder
Slide GuitarJoel Tepp
Pedal Steel GuitarRed Rhodes
DobroJoel Tepp
MandolinRy Cooder
ClavinetGary Mallaber
OrganBill Payne
OrganDon Caverhill
PianoDon Caverhill
PianoSteve Ferguson
PianoChuck Plotkin
PianoCraig Safan
AccordionAndrew Gold
AccordionChuck Plotkin
HarmonicaJoel Tepp
FiddleDavid LaFlamme
FiddleSteve Van Gelder
ClarinetJoel Tepp
SaxJim Horn
SaxErnie Watts
TromboneLew McCreary
TrumpetChuck Findley
Background VocalsBonnie Bramlett
Background VocalsJoni Mitchell
VocalsRod Taylor

Liner Notes

Producer – Chuck Plotkin
Engineer – Michael Boshears
Engineer – Richard Sanford Orshoff (Tracks 6, 8)
Engineer (Assistant) – Norman Epstein
Mastered By – Bernie Grundman

Art Direction – Gary Burden
Photography – Henry Dilitz, Kirsta Taylor

Mastered At A&M Recorders
Mixed At Clover Recorders
Recorded At Clover Recorders
Recorded At Crystal Sound Recorders