Personnel includes: Chris Hillman (vocals, guitar); Bernie Leadon, Tim Schmit, Rick Roberts, Steve Cropper, Jim Gordon, Russ Kunkel, Lee Sklar, Herb Pederson.
Originally released on Asylum Records.
Personnel: Chris Hillman (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, 12-string guitar, mandolin); Herb Pedersen (vocals, tenor, acoustic guitar, banjo); Bernie Leadon (vocals, baritone, guitar, acoustic guitar); Byron Berline (vocals, bass voice, violin, fiddle); Richard Marx (vocals, guitar); Rick Roberts (vocals, hand claps); Howard Kaylan, Mark Volman, Timothy B. Schmit (vocals); Al Perkins (guitar, electric guitar, steel guitar); Steve Cropper (guitar, electric guitar); Donnie Dacus (guitar, slide guitar); George Terry, Sam Broussard (guitar); Ivory Joe Harris, Paul Harris (keyboards); Albhy Galuten (synthesizer, ARP synthesizer); David Garibaldi, Jim Gordon , Russ Kunkel (drums); Joe Lala (tambourine, hand claps, percussion); Howard Albert (percussion); Flo & Eddie (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Howard Albert; Ron Albert.
Recording information: Cherokee REcording Studios, Hollywood, CA; Sound Labs.
Directors: Michael John Bowen; Stephen Stills.
Photographer: Lorrie Sullivan.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Jim W. Gordon; Bong Soo Lala; Lee Sklar.
Having recently departed Souther, Hillman, & Furay, this album more heavily reflects his association with Manassa than anything he did with SH&F. A nice batch of songs overall but the high point for me is the killer version of the bluegrass standard "Take Me in Your Lifeboat" that closes the album. ~ Jim Worbois