New York's songwriter Chip Taylor began recording melodic rock tunes under his real name, Wes Voight:
Another Guy's Line (1959),
I Want A Lover (1959),
I'm Movin' In (1959),
I'm Ready To Go Steady (1959).
Adopting his new name, Chip Taylor turned to ballads such as
Here I Am (1961).
He then recorded an album with Al Gorgoni, credited to
Just Us, I Can't Grow Peaches On A Cheery Tree (1965), and
two albums with Al Gorgoni and Trade Martin,
Gorgoni, Martin & Taylor (1971) and Gotta Get Back to Cisco (1972).
In between, he had written
Wild Thing (1966) for the Troggs
Angel Of The Morning (1968) for Merilee Rush.
During the heydays of singer-songwriters, Taylor released his two best albums,
Gasoline (1972) and especially Last Chance (1973).
This Side Of The Big River (1975),
Somebody Shoot Out The Jukebox (1976), with Hello Atlanta,
and Saint Sebastian (1980), he abandoned music and became a professional
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