No Place to Fall

No Place to Fall
Studio album by Steve Young
Released September 1978
Recorded 1978
Genre Outlaw Country/Country rock
Label RCA
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No Place to Fall is the fifth album by pioneer Country rock musician Steve Young, this album has more of an Outlaw Country sound.


Track listing

  1. "No Place to Fall" (Townes Van Zandt)
  2. "Montgomery in the Rain" (Steve Young)
  3. "Dreamer" (Steve Young)
  4. "Always Loving You" (Steve Young)
  5. "Drift Away" (Mentor Williams)
  6. "Seven Bridges Road" (Steve Young)
  7. "I Closed My Heart's Door" (Steve Young)
  8. "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" (Bob Dylan)
  9. "I Can't Sleep" (Steve Young)
  10. "I Got the Same Old Blues" (J. J. Cale)


  • Steve Young - guitar, vocals
  • Buddy Spicher - violin
  • Buddy Emmons - steel guitar
  • Lloyd Green - steel guitar
  • Jerry Shook - guitar, harmonica
  • Joseph Allen - bass
  • Mike Leech - bass
  • Charles Cochran - keyboards
  • Kristin Wilkinson - viola
  • Larry Byrom - guitar
  • Jim Colvard - guitar
  • Dave Kirby - guitar
  • Dale Sellers - guitar
  • Charlie McCoy - harmonica
  • Mac Gayden - guitar
  • Karl Himmel - drums
  • Kenny Malone - drums
  • Tracy Nelson - vocals
  • Kim Young - vocals


  • Producer: unknown
  • Recording Engineer: unknown
  • Art Direction: unknown
  • Photography: unknown
  • Liner notes: unknown


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