The Rascals: Howard "Buzz" Feiten (vocals, guitar, ARP synthesizer, bass instrument); Felix Cavaliere (vocals, piano, organ, keyboards, ARP synthesizer, marimba, bass instrument); Ann Sutton (vocals, background vocals); Robert "Pops" Popwell (bass instrument); Dino Danelli (drums, percussion).
Personnel: Molly Holt (vocals, background vocals); Holly Holt (vocals); David Sanborn (alto); Charles Dinwiddie (tenor); Pepper Adams (baritone); Link Chamberlain (guitars); Louis Colin, Alice Coltrane (harp); Joe Farrell (flute, saxophone, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Hubert Lwas (flute); Ernie Wilking, Jon Smith (saxophone); Ernie Royal, Joe Newman , Steve Madaio (trumpet); Manny Stamm (flugelhorn); Garnett Brown (trombone, horns); Woodstock Horns (horns); C. Rainey, Gerald Gemott, Ron Carter , William Salter (bass instrument); Ralph MacDonald (congas, conga drum, talking drum, shaker, percussion, bells); Daniel Zebulon, Jack Scarangella, Rocki Dzidzornu (conga drum); Buddy Buono, Bruce Buono, Cynthia Webb (background vocals).
Arrangers: Link Chamberlain; Arthur Jenkins .
This two-fer package (put together by the premier '60s-reissue label, Sundazed) pairs two late-career Rascals albums, which lean heavily towards jazz and feature only two of the band's original lineup--leader Felix Cavaliere and drummer Dino Danelli--with a series of session players and guesting jazz greats like Alice Coltrane and Hubert Laws. Conjoining the already lengthy separate albums provides over two hours of solid pop-jazz fusion for fans of the mellower side of the band.