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Microsoft word - chip_taylor_fact_file.docCHIP TAYLOR FACT FILE
• Born James Wesley Voight and raised in Yonkers, NY, the son of a professional golfer,
Taylor is the brother of Academy Award-winning actor Jon Voight and noted geologist Barry
Voight, who devised the formula to predict the elusive occurrences of volcanic eruptions.
• Absorbed in music as a youth and keying in to Country & Western via the 50,000 watt clear
channel AM station WWVA out of West Virginia, Taylor was playing and singing in country
bands by his teens and (as Wes Voight) became the only white artist signed to the New York
R&B division of King Records, the label that made James Brown famous. His first chart single
was his recording (as Chip Taylor) of “Here I Am” in 1962 on Warner Bros. Records.
• One of Taylor’s earliest efforts as a songwriter was “He Sits At My Table,” recorded by Wil ie
Nelson. His songs soon caught the ear of RCA Records Nashvil e A&R head Chet Atkins, who
found it hard to believe that their writer was based in New York City. “But wherever he’s from,”
Atkins wrote Taylor’s publisher, “I want to hear every song he writes.” Country artists that have
recorded Taylor songs include Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, George Strait, Anne Murray,
Bobby Bare and Emmylou Harris.
• In addition to “Wild Thing” and “Angel of the Morning,” Taylor’s songwriting was a constant
chart presence in the 1960s with hits like “Can’t Let Go” by The Hol ies, “Try (Just A Little Bit
Harder)” by Janis Joplin, “Make Me Belong To You” by Barbara Lewis, “I Can Make It With
You” by both The Pozo-Seco Singers and Jackie DeShannon, “Welcome Home” by Walter
Jackson, “Step Out Of Your Mind” by The American Breed, “Country Girl - City Man” and
“Storybook Children” by Bil y Vera & Judy Clay and “I’l Hold Out My Hand” by The Clique.
• Top artists that have recorded Chip Taylor songs include Frank Sinatra, Fats Domino, Dean
Martin, Janis Joplin, Ike & Tina Turner, Linda Ronstadt, The Pretenders and Bonnie Raitt.
• Other acts from across the range of popular music that have covered Chip Taylor songs
include P.P. Arnold, The Box Tops, Terry Cashman, Popa Chubby, Marshal Crenshaw, Jackie
DeShannon, Stoney Edwards, Lorraine Ellison, Esteban, Percy Faith, The Fania All-Stars,
Jose Feliciano, Rosie Flores, Lita Ford, Four Bitchin’ Babes, Ace Frehley, Bobby Ful er,
Rodney Hayden, Nona Hendryx, Al Hirt, Walter Jackson, The Kingsmen, H.P. Lovecraft,
Melanie, Garnett Mims, Olivia Newton-John, Genya Ravan, Duke Reid, Cliff Richard, Evie
Sands, Andres Segovia, Nina Simone, Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood, Sloan, Smith, Darden
Smith, Ronnie Spector, B.J. Thomas, The Tremeloes, Bonnie Tyler and Midge Ure.
• “Wild Thing” is a certified standard within the canon of essential rock tunes and been part of
the repertoire of literal y countless garage and cover bands around the globe since it hit in
1966. First released by a New York group cal ed Jordan Christopher and The Wild Ones, it
topped the U.S. charts by England’s The Troggs for six weeks. It was the centerpiece of Jimi
Hendrix’s legendary appearance at the Monterey Pop Festival, and is featured throughout the
1989 movie Major League, which helped transform the number into a popular professional
sports anthem. It has been recorded by such diverse acts as Jeff Beck, Cheap Trick, The Cult,
The Divinyls, X, Hank Wil iams Jr., Manfred Mann, The Runaways, Warren Zevon, The Bush
Tetras, Wolfsbane, The Angry Samoans and Geno Washington, as wel as The Green Bay
Packers, The Muppets and Engelbert Humperdinck. The Ventures waxed an instrumental
version and Sister Carol made it into a reggae track, and in 1988 comedian Sam Kinison took
it to #18 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and made a hit MTV video of the song. A
version by “Senator Bobby” — comedian Bil Minkin parodying the voice of Robert F. Kennedy
— also reached No. 20 on the pop charts in 1967.
• “Angel of the Morning” has hit the Top 10 three times: In 1968 by Merrilee Rush, 1981 by
Juice Newton and 2001 by Shaggy.
• Taylor holds the second-longest span of No. 1 hits as a songwriter in music history between
“Wild Thing” by The Troggs in 1966 and Shaggy’s recording of “Angel of the Morning” in 2001.
• While making his way as a professional songwriter in the 1960s, Taylor also began playing
the ponies as a gambler. His finesse at picking winners eventual y led bookies to beg off on
taking his bets, lest his winnings wipe them out. So he then placed his bets directly with
notorious mobster Meyer Lansky, who would make his own even-higher wagers based on
Artist & Producer
• Taylor earned critical acclaim as a major-label recording artist and first won his longtime loyal
European fan base with such influential 1970s albums as Gasoline (1971), Chip Taylor’s Last
Chance (1973), Some Of Us (1974), This Side of the Big River (1975), Somebody Shoot Out
The Jukebox (1976) and Saint Sebastian (1979). Warner Bros. Records started its Nashvil e
branch to issue Last Chance, which was named one of 1973’s best albums by Rol ing Stone.
• During his hiatus from music during the 1980s to the mid 1990s as a professional gambler,
Taylor’s card-playing skil s led him to be banned from major casinos in Las Vegas, Atlantic City
and Europe. He and his partner Ernie Dahlman were such accomplished thoroughbred
handicappers that the Long Island Off Track Betting parlor they frequented gave them their
own room with a private tel er and televised race replay system.
• Since his return to making music, Taylor has to date released almost a dozen albums of his
own: Hit Man (1996), The Living Room Tapes (1997), Seven Days in May (1999), London
Sessions Bootleg + (2000), Black and Blue America (2001), Unglorious Hal elujah (2006), New
Songs Of Freedom (2008), Yonkers NY (2009), Rock & Rol Joe (2010) and F*** All The
Perfect People (2012). In 2011 he also released a children’s album with his three
granddaughters cal ed Golden Kids Rules on Folkways Records.
• In March 2001, Taylor heard fiddler Carrie Rodriguez during the South By Southwest Music
Festival in Austin, TX and invited her to accompany him on a tour of Europe. When he coaxed
her up to the microphone to sing during a show in Hol and, it launched a duet act that issued four acclaimed CDs together: Let’s Leave This Town (2002), The Trouble with Humans (2003), Red Dog Tracks (2005) and Live from the Ruhr Triennale (2007). His last tour with Rodriguez also inspired the book/CD Songs From A Dutch Tour (2008). • Noted artists that have appeared on Taylor’s recent albums include Lucinda Wil iams, Rick Danko, John Prine, Guy Clark, Rodney Crowel , Bil Frisel , Evie Sands and P.P. Arnold. • Taylor has produced records for Neil Diamond, James Taylor and The Original Flying Machine, Evie Sands, Carrie Rodriguez, Kendel Carson and John Platania. And the story continues….
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