Goodbye, Babylon

Goodbye, Babylon


By any standard, this six-CD box set of old-time gospel music is a stupendous release, both in terms of musical significance, and elaborate packaging. The discs include no less than 135 songs, virtually all of them from the mid-1920s to the mid-1950s, save a couple that fall outside of that time frame in either direction. That's not even counting the bonus disc of 25… See more details below


By any standard, this six-CD box set of old-time gospel music is a stupendous release, both in terms of musical significance, and elaborate packaging. The discs include no less than 135 songs, virtually all of them from the mid-1920s to the mid-1950s, save a couple that fall outside of that time frame in either direction. That's not even counting the bonus disc of 25 sermons, taken from actual African-American sermons released on record between 1926 and 1941, mostly from the earlier years of that stretch. It amounts to the largest, and certainly the most diverse, compilation of American gospel music from the early days of the phonograph record, encompassing both the White and African-American strands of the form. And it's not exclusively of interest to gospel specialists, as much of the music is squarely in the early American country, blues, and/or folk tradition, and heavily impacted the growth of those forms. Such is the breadth of the anthology that it defies summarization in one review, but there are a few especially important features worth emphasizing. The sheer breadth of performers represented is amazing, and not just those recognizable to collectors, the lineup including such American musical giants as Hank Williams, the Carter Family, Rev. Gary Davis, Blind Lemon Jefferson, the Louvin Brothers, Skip James, Mahalia Jackson, the Stanley Brothers, Uncle Dave Macon, Thomas A. Dorsey, the Maddox Brothers & Rose, Josh White, and Bill Monroe (as part of the Monroe Brothers). There's just as much if not more attention given, however, to less celebrated names, down to performers about whom little or nothing is known, leaving behind just one or two incredibly rare 78s. Even some of the selections by major artists might be unknown to fans of the singers, as some are taken from rare sources like radio transcriptions (as the Louvin Brothers' "I'll Never Go Back" and Williams' "I'll Have a New Body" are). There are almost as many styles covered as there are songs, including not just the group singing and solo-with-keyboard accompaniment that some might think of as standard gospel. There's also close harmony early country music, tough country guitar blues, jug bands, string bands, group and solo a cappella singing, prisoner woodchoppers, and unclassifiable weird items in which the backup's supplied by unclassifiable novelty instruments, amplified steel guitar, slide banjo, or a solitary harmonica. There's even some early jazz, calypso (by Roaring Lion), and, in Sister Rosetta Tharpe's 1944 hit "Strange Things Happening Every Day," even some primordial full-band R&B. More than an impressive effort of scholarship, however, this is something than can be enjoyed even by non-converts either to gospel music, or to the religious beliefs that serve as its lyrical foundation. For the blues, country, Appalachian folk, and other indigenous American musical forms are ground so deeply into gospel's fabric, that sometimes you might forget you're listening to music that's been classified as gospel. The performances have an unselfconscious swing and grit, and if some of the songs don't particularly grab you, such is the eclecticism that it won't be long before something does. Some of the highlights, indeed, are not by celebrated performers, but off-the-wall entries, like Blind Willie Johnson's amazingly guttural vocals on "Take Your Burden to the Lord and Leave It There." If you're so inclined, you can find ancestors to rock and soul here and there, as in Johnson's "Lord I Just Can't Keep From Crying," eventually adapted by the Blues Project; Eddie Head and His Family's "Down on Me," sung by Janis Joplin when it was covered by Big Brother & the Holding Company; James' "Jesus Is a Mighty Good Leader," covered more than 60 years later by Beck; the Gospel Keys' shake-'em-on-down 1946 version of "You've Got to Move," which precedes the more famous versions by both Mississippi Fred McDowell and the Rolling Stones; and even, in a sermon by Rev. Isaiah Shelton, a snatch of a song that resurfaced in Ray Charles' hit "Leave My Woman Alone." The sixth disc of sermons, incidentally, isn't necessarily dispensable if you think you don't have the patience for that kind of thing; the fervent deliveries and call-and-response vocals can be surprisingly musical, to the point where much of it sounds like actual singing. The packaging of this set is also exceptionally noteworthy, encased in a cedar box with a slide-off top, and padded with actual fragrant cotton. Also inside is a 200-page book -- it's too large to be called a booklet, really -- with expert commentaries on each track, original personnel and recording dates, lyrical transcriptions, relevant Biblical quotes, and plenty of cool illustrations, old photos, and record label reproductions. The remastering from old rare discs is also fine. With such attentive layers of detail, in fact, it's puzzling that the liner notes don't include the original label of release for the recordings, a small but important detail which is of undoubted interest to many people willing to invest in such an anthology. It's a very small quibble, though, for a production that could absorb your interest for days or months if you want to dive into the bottom and catch all of its nuances and interconnections.

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Release Date:
Dust To Digital


Disc 1

  1. Goodbye, Babylon  - Rev. T.T. Rose
  2. Are You Washed in the Blood of the Lamb  -  Da Costa Woltz's Southern Broadcasters
  3. Woke Up This Morning (With My Mind on Jesus)  - Blind Roosevelt Graves
  4. Present Joys  -  Alabama Sacred Harp Singers
  5. All I Want Is That Pure Religion  - Blind Lemon Jefferson
  6. Satisfied  -  J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers
  7. As the Life of a Flower  -  Chuck Wagon Gang
  8. Thou Carest Lord, For Me  - Rosie Hibler
  9. Lift Him Up That's All  -  Blind Benny Paris and Wife
  10. Rock My Soul  -  Golden Gate Quartet
  11. There's a Light Lit Up in Galilee  -  Ernest V. Stoneman & His Dixie Mountaineers
  12. Crucifixion  -  J.T. Allison Sacred Harp Singers
  13. Crying Holy Unto the Lord  -  Blue Chips
  14. I'll Never Go Back  -  Louvin Brothers
  15. God's Gonna Separate the Wheat from the Tares  -  Huggins & Phillips Sacred Harp Singers
  16. Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit  - Luther Magby
  17. I Belong to the Band - Hallelujah!  - Rev. Gary Davis
  18. River of Jordan  -  Carter Family
  19. Sow Good Seeds  - Lil McClintock
  20. I'll Be Satisfied  -  Bryant's Jubilee Quartet
  21. Troubled 'Bout My Soul  - Frank Palmes
  22. Dry Bones  - Bascom Lamar Lunsford
  23. Jesus My All  - Rev. E.D. Campbell
  24. Creep Along, Moses  -  Taskiana Four
  25. Joy Bells  -  Tennessee Mountaineers
  26. He Gave Me a Heart to Love  - Rev. T.T. Rose
  27. O Day  -  Bessie Jones & The Georgia Sea Island Singers

Disc 2

  1. There Ain't No Grave Gonna Hold My Body Down  - Eldeen McIntosh
  2. Memphis Flu  - Elder Curry
  3. The Bible's Right  -  Tennessee Music And Printing Company Quartet
  4. Standing in the Need of Prayer  -  Stanley Brothers
  5. The Blood That Stained the Old Rugged Cross  - Carl Smith
  6. How About You  - Rev. Thomas A. Dorsey
  7. Jesus Is a Mighty Good Leader  - Skip James
  8. Murillo's Lesson  -  Charles Butts Sacred Harp Singers
  9. Glory Glory Glory Glory to the Lamb  -  Kentucky Ramblers
  10. Come Over Here  -  Elder Richard Bryant Sanctified Singers
  11. I'm Gonna Cross the River of Jordan - Some O' These Days  - Rev. Edward Clayborn
  12. Milky White Way  -  Trumpeteers
  13. Deliverance Will Come  -  Johnson Family Singers
  14. Daniel in the Den of Lions  -  North Canton Quartet
  15. Goin' on to Heaven in the Sanctified Way  - Cally Fancy
  16. No More, My Lord  - Blind Lemon Jefferson
  17. This World Can't Stand Long  -  King's Sacred Quartette
  18. God's Getting Worried  -  Cotton Top Mountain Sanctified Singers
  19. Get Right Church  -  Empire Jubilee Quartet
  20. Move Members Move  - Laura Henton
  21. Lover of the Lord  -  Holy Ghost Sanctified Singers
  22. The Old Ark's a Moving  -  A.A. Gray and Seven Foot Dilly
  23. On My Way to Heaven  - Golden P. Harris
  24. The Bible's True  - Uncle Dave Macon
  25. Ship of Glory  -  Price Family Sacred Singers
  26. Since I Laid My Burden Down  -  Elders McIntorsh
  27. Precious Lord, Hold My Hand  - Elder Effie Hall
  28. When the Saints Go Marching In  - Blind Willie Davis
  29. Jonah, Come Out the Wilderness  -  Ridgel's Fountain Citians

Disc 3

  1. Down on the Old Camp Ground  - Rev. Emmett Dickinson
  2. My Lord's Gonna Move This Wicked Race  - Rev. A.W. Nix
  3. Your Enemy Cannot Harm You (But Watch Your Close Friend)  - Rev. Edward Clayborn
  4. Ain't Gonna Lay My Armor Down  -  McVay
  5. I'll Fly Away  -  James Carson
  6. Heavenly Vision  -  Alabama Sacred Harp Singers
  7. Lord I Just Can't Keep from Crying  -  Bessie Johnson Sanctified Singers
  8. Lower My Dying Head  -  Rev. George and Congregation Jones
  9. You've Got to Move  -  Trumpetters
  10. That Home Above  -  Sancrified Congregation
  11. Golden Gate Gospel Train  -  Golden Gate Quartet
  12. I'll Be Rested (When the Roll Is Called)  - Blind Roosevelt Graves
  13. Down on Me  - Blind Roger Hays
  14. Goin' to Rest Where Jesus Is  -  T.C.I. Women's Four
  15. Got Heaven in My View  - Louis Washington
  16. Judgment  - Rev. Sister Mary M. Nelson
  17. I Want Two Wings to Veil My Face  -  Cotton Top Mountain Sanctified Singers
  18. We Got the Same Kinda Power Over Here  -  Rev. D.C. Rice and Sanctified Congregation
  19. What Are They Doing in Heaven Today  - George Washington Phillips
  20. That Great Day  -  T.C.I. Women's Four
  21. I'm Bound for Home  -  North Canton Quartet
  22. I Am in the Heavenly Way  - Washington White
  23. Over in the Glory Land  - Rev. E.S. "Shy" Moore
  24. Death in the Morning  - Rev. Anderson Johnson
  25. In the Land Where We'll Never Grow Old  -  Maddox Brothers & Rose
  26. Bathe in That Beautiful Pool  -  Chuck Wagon Gang
  27. I'll Have a New Body  -  Hank Williams & the Drifting Cowboys

Disc 4

  1. Walking My Lord Up Calvary Hill  -  Bela Lam and His Greene Country Singers
  2. Christ Arose  -  Sheffield Quartet
  3. If You See My Saviour  - Rev. Thomas A. Dorsey
  4. Let Jesus Lead You  -  Jubilee Gospel Team & Deep River Plantation Singe
  5. Found a Wonderful Savior  -  Golden Gate Quartet
  6. He Is My Story  - Arizona Dranes
  7. I Remember Calvary  - Ernest V. Stoneman
  8. Take Your Burden to the Lord and Leave It There  - Blind Willie Johnson
  9. If You Follow Jesus  - Rev. W.M. Mosley
  10. Hide Me in the Blood of Jesus  -  Blind Benny Paris and Wife
  11. I'll Be a Friend to Jesus  - Wade Mainer
  12. Standing on the Promises  -  Taskiana Four
  13. Jesus Is My Air-O-Plane  - Rev. W.M. Mosley
  14. I've Got Salvation in My Heart  -  Stovepipe No. 1
  15. I Mean to Live for Jesus  -  Price Family Sacred Singers
  16. When Was Jesus Born?  -  Heavenly Gospel Singers
  17. Come to the Savior  -  Blue Sky Boys
  18. I Want Jesus to Walk With Me  - Dorothy Melton
  19. He's Coming Soon  - Laura Henton
  20. Return Again  -  North Carolina Cooper Boys
  21. I Am the True Vine  - Rev. Gary Davis
  22. Sweet Story of Old  -  King's Sacred Quartette
  23. I'll Lead a Christian Life  - Blind Willie Harris
  24. I'm Leaning on the Lord  -  Empire Jubilee Quartet
  25. Where He Leads Me I Will Follow  - Hallelujah Joe
  26. Jesus Is Getting Us Ready for the Great Day  - Luther Magby

Disc 5

  1. Daniel Saw the Stone  - Rev. Isaiah Shelton
  2. Called to the Foreign Field  - Alfred G. Karnes
  3. Hallelujah to the Lamb  -  Ridgel's Fountain Citians
  4. You Need Jesus on Your Side  - Deacon A. Wilson
  5. You'd Better Mind  -  Pace Jubilee Singers
  6. Exhilaration  -  Allison's Sacred Harp Singers
  7. If the Light Has Gone Out of Your Soul  -  Ernest Phipps & His Holiness Singers
  8. Keep on the Firing Line  -  Brown's Ferry Four
  9. Romans Ten and Nine  -  Bailes Brothers
  10. Standing Outside  - Wade Mainer
  11. Sinner You Better Get Ready  -  Monroe Brothers
  12. I Got to Cross the River of Jordan  - Blind Willie McTell
  13. Free at Last  - Vera Hall-Ward
  14. The Whole World in His Hands  -  Bessie Johnson Sanctified Singers
  15. Amazing Grace  - Mahalia Jackson
  16. Honey in the Rock  - Rev. Johnnie Blakey
  17. On Jordan's Stormy Banks We Stand  -  Seventh Day Adventists Choir
  18. My Heart Keeps Singing  - Elder J.E. Burch
  19. I Don't Intend to Die in Egyptland  - Joshua White
  20. Primrose Hill  - Virginia Dandies
  21. Keep on the Sunny Side  -  Carter Family
  22. Light in the Valley  -  Mrs. T.A. Duncans
  23. When the Saints Go Marching In  - H.C. "D.D.I.M.R.A." Gatewood
  24. We Are Almost Down to the Shore  - Jimmie Strothers
  25. Strange Things Happening Every Day  - Sister Rosetta Tharpe
  26. Goodbye, Babylon, Pt. II  - Rev. T.T. Rose

Disc 6

  1. Gettin' Ready for Christmas Day  - Reverend J.M. Gates
  2. Black Diamond Express to Hell, Pt.I  - Rev. A.W. Nix
  3. Black Diamond Express to Hell, Pt. II  - Rev. A.W. Nix
  4. The Downfall of Nebuchadnezzar  - Elder J.E. Burch
  5. The Liar  -  Sheffield Quartet
  6. Hell and What It Is  - Rev. Emmett Dickinson
  7. The Church and the Kingdom  - Elder J.E. Burch
  8. If I Have a Ticket Lord Can I Ride?  - Louis Washington
  9. You Must Be Born Again  -  Charles Butts Sacred Harp Singers
  10. Take Me to the Water  - Rev. E.D. Campbell
  11. Oh Lord, Remember Me  -  Jubilee Gospel Team & Deep River Plantation Singe
  12. Christ, The Teacher  -  Cyril Monrose String Orchestra
  13. King of Kings  - Rev. Johnny Blakey
  14. O Lord I'm Your Child  - Elder Otis Jones
  15. Moses Was Rescued by a Negro Woman  - Reverend Webb
  16. That White Mule of Sin  -  Rev. George Jones and Congregation
  17. Deacon's Prayer Services  - Deacon Leon Davis
  18. The Prodigal Son  -  Da Costa Woltz's Southern Broadcasters
  19. Well of Salvation  -  M.L. (Reverend) Gipson & His Sanctified Congregation
  20. Jonah in the Belly of the Whale  - Rev. F.W. McGee
  21. The Gambler's Doom  - Rev. J.C. Burnett
  22. The Prodigal's Return (The Things I USTA Do I Don't Do No More)  - Hallelujah Joe
  23. God Is Mad With Man  - Rev. T.E. Weems
  24. The Black Camel of Death  - Rev. J.M. Milton
  25. Death Might Be Your Santa Claus  - Reverend J.M. Gates

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Lester Flatt   Guitar
Bill Monroe   Vocals
Earl Scruggs   Baritone
Ralph Stanley   Vocals
Mac Wiseman   Tenor Saxophone
Grandpa Jones   Group Member
Merle Travis   Bass,Guitar,Group Member
Jim Robinson   Trombone
Bill Carlisle   Guitar,Vocals
Betty Johnson   Vocals,Group Member
Clyde Moody   Vocals,Group Member
J.E. Mainer   Violin,Vocals
Wilma Lee Cooper   Guitar,Vocals
Charlie Monroe   Vocals,Group Member
Wade Mainer   Lead
Ernest V. Stoneman   Guitar,Harmonica,Vocals
Sammy Price   Piano
Mother Maybelle Carter   Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Johnnie Wright   Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Bessie Jones   Vocals
Sidney Brown   String Bass
Mark Gaddis   Group Member
Cliff Carlisle   Vocals,Slide Guitar
Abe Bolar   Bass
A.P. Carter   Vocals,Group Member
Sara Carter   Autoharp,Vocals,Group Member
Stoney Cooper   Violin,Vocals
Harry Cruder   Bass,Group Member
A.C. Forehand   Guitar,Bells
Aaron Graves   Tambourine,Vocals,Group Member
Buck Graves   Dobro
Roosevelt Graves and Brother   Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Charles Randolph Grean   Bass,Group Member
Bessie Johnson   Guitar,Tambourine,Vocals
Tex Logan   Violin
Ira Louvin   Mandolin,Vocals
Charlie Louvin   Guitar,Vocals
Lonnie McIntorsh   Guitar,Tambourine,Vocals
Punch Miller   Banjo,Piano,Trombone,Cornet,Vocals,Group Member
Cyril Monrose   Bass,Clarinet,Flute,Piano,Trumpet,Violin,cuatro
Sam Morgan   Cornet
Clarence Nelson   Vocals
Ernie Newton   Bass Guitar
Cedric Rainwater   Bass
Sterling Rex   Tenor Saxophone,Group Member
Jerry Rivers   Violin,Vocals
Homer "Pappy" Sherrill   Bass (Vocal)
Melvin Smith   Leader
Carter Stanley   Guitar,Vocals
Silas Steele   Vocals
Joe Stuart   Mandolin
Harold "Doc" West   Drums,Vocals
Joanne Williams   Vocals
Jack Anglin   Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
John Bailes   Guitar,Tenor (Vocal),Group Member
Walter Bailes   Guitar,Lead,Group Member
Charlie Beal   Vocals
William Boush   Baritone
Roland Johnson   Violin,Vocals
William Thatch   Falsetto
Joseph Armstrong   Baritone,Group Member
Henry Owens   Tenor Saxophone,Group Member
Orlandus Wilson   Bass,Group Member
Elder Charles D. Beck   Piano
Kenneth Johnson   Vocals,Group Member
Mother Sally Jones   Tambourine,Vocals,Group Member
Brent Lambert   Violin,Group Member
Ray "Duck" Atkins   Dobro,Vocals,Group Member
Homer Bailes   Fiddle,Group Member
Bill Bolick   Mandolin,Tenor (Vocal),Group Member
Earl Bolick   Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
D.P. "Dad" Carter   Tenor Saxophone
Johnny Davis   Banjo
Alton Delmore   Baritone,Group Member
Rabon Delmore   Tenor Saxophone,Group Member
Uncle Eck Dunford   Violin,Vocals
Ernest Ferguson   Mandolin,Group Member
Zeke Morris   Guitar,Tenor (Vocal)
John Dilleshaw   Guitar,Vocals
Clarence Todd   Vocals
Hobart Smith   Guitar,Hand Clapping
William Langford   Tenor Saxophone,Group Member
Norman Woodlieff   Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Ed Young   Fife
Malinda Taylor   Guitar,Tambourine,Vocals
Henson Massey   Baritone
James Ricks   Bass,Group Member
Marion Hall   Guitar
Francis Jenkins   Banjo,Vocals
Willie Connell Johnson   Leader,Baritone,Group Member
Estelle Allen   Piano
A.A. Gray   Vocals
Alva Lam   Guitar,Vocals
Andrew Morgan   Clarinet,Tenor Saxophone
Alberta Ramsey   Vocals
Ollis Martin   Harmonica
Sister Black   Vocals
Jesse Johnson's Revue   Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Rose   Vocals
Hattie Stoneman   Violin,Vocals
Darrell "Pee Wee" Lambert   Vocals
Robert Cooper   Group Member
James Keels   Bass,Guitar,Group Member
Delroy Hollins   Baritone,Group Member
Odette Jackson   Vocals
Len Williams   Bass,Group Member
Walter "Kid" Smith   Vocals,Group Member
Frankie "Half-Pint" Jaxon & Punches Delegates of Pleasure   Vocals,Group Member
Sister Jennie Jackson   Guitar,Drums,Tambourine,Vocals
John Davis & the Georgia Sea Island Singers   Vocals
Herbert J. Francis   Organ
Daniel Johnson   Tenor (Vocal),Group Member
Noraneice Allen   Tenor (Vocal),Group Member
Brother Hubbard   Prayers
Ancil McVay   Guitar,Vocals
Benny Jarrell   Violin,Vocals
Earl Fouche   Alto Saxophone
Dacosta Woltz   Vocals
Odell Smith   Violin,Group Member
Sister Ethel Grainger   Vocals
James Roberts   Mandolin,Vocals
J. "Buddie" Archer   Group Member
R.J. Chastain   Group Member
Howard Bumgarden   Guitar,Vocals
Ollie Bunn   Vocals
Leroy Ridgel   Violin,Group Member
L.W. Bennett   Group Member
Gastão Moreira   Group Member
C.E. Couch   Group Member
Martha Amburgey Carson   Guitar,Vocals
Robert Dewey Cooper   Vocals
Thomas Franklin Cooper   Guitar,Vocals
Elder Edwards   Vocals
Clay "Henry" Everhart   Vocals,Group Member
Annie L. Fitts   Vocals
J.C. Cronic   Group Member
Edward Foster   Group Member
James Hollingsworth   Vocals
Bob Johnson   Vocals,Group Member
Jim Johnson   Vocals
Leslie Gaddis   Group Member
Lydia Johnson   Vocals,Group Member
Rose Lam   Vocals
Emma Daniels   Guitar,Group Member
Henry Morrison   Vocals
Clarence Dennis "Tooter" Parnell   Vocals
Emma Ramsey   Vocals
Charles Ancil Ridgel   Vocals,Group Member
Elma Sawyer   Vocals
Sister Rice   Vocals
Millard Whitehead   Vocals,Group Member
Noah Lanning   Group Member
J. Clarence Meredith   Group Member
Cartel Ridgel   Group Member
Ramona "Jones" Riggins   Group Member
A.C. Sheffield   Group Member
C.P. Sheffield   Group Member
Osmond L. Spaulding   Group Member
J. Mantell Thomas   Group Member
Raleigh Turnage   Group Member
Otto Tutson   Group Member
Ambus Worley   Group Member
Brother Williams   Guitar
Ernest "Jim" Carter   Guitar
Andrew D. Cole   Tenor Saxophone,Group Member
Melvin Smith   Tenor Saxophone
Sermon   Piano,Cymbals,Wood Block
William Bobo   Bass

Technical Credits

Blind Willie Johnson   Composer
Bill Monroe   Composer
Uncle Dave Macon   Composer
Alan Lomax   Liner Notes
William Billings   Composer
A.P. Carter   Composer
Rev. Gary Davis   Composer
David Glasser   Mastering
Anthony Heilbut   Annotation
Ira Louvin   Composer
Charlie Louvin   Composer
Opal Nations   Annotation
Bruce Nemerov   Annotation
John Newton   Composer
Tony Russell   Annotation
Richard K. Spottswood   Annotation,Essay
Sister Rosetta Tharpe   Composer
David Tibet   Essay
Rev. Thomas A. Dorsey   Composer
Bruce Bastin   Liner Notes
David Evans   Annotation
Ray Funk   Annotation
Albert E. Brumley   Composer
Arizona Dranes   Composer
Steven Ledbetter   Essay
Ken Romanowski   Annotation
Kip Lornell   Annotation
Charles Wolfe   Annotation,Essay
Paul Oliver   Liner Notes
Gary Atkinson   Composer
Axel Kuestner   Liner Notes
Doug Seroff   Annotation
Charles Albert Tindley   Composer
Guido Van Rijn   Liner Notes,Annotation
Llynn Abbott   Annotation
Gary Garett   Composer
Blue Chips   Composer
Traditional   Composer
Potsy Duncan   Illustrations
Susan Archie   Art Direction,Illustrations
Len Williams   Management
Patrick Cather   Liner Notes
Matt Sandoski   Mastering
Steven C. Tracy   Liner Notes
David Warren Steel   Essay
J.G. Mangold   Liner Notes
Benjamin Mays   Liner Notes

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