for the legacy of John Stewart
Unexpectedly sultry and gritty interpretations of the songs of the late John Stewart, unsung Americana hero and Dave's mentor, recorded live in the studio over a weekend with his full-tilt band and beloved '49 Gibson.
"This album is a labor of love, recorded live in one weekend at the House Of Blues Studio in Encino, California. We were in and out of there in less than 30 hours, thanks to the incredible musicianship and drive of Tom Polce, who guided the whole effort from behind a set of 1928 Leedy drums."
Produced by Tom Polce.
Dave Crossland – vocals, acoustic guitar
Peter Adams – all keyboards
Bob Hawkins – electric guitar
Kimon Kirk – electric and acoustic bass
Tom Polce – drums, percussion, backing vocals
Engineered by Doug Tyo and Tom Polce.
Mixed by Tom Polce.
Mastered by Dave McNair at Dave McNair Mastering, Houston, TX.
Drum Techage & Studio Mojo by Dave Foy.
Graphic design by Dave Crossland.
Photos by Liz Linder.
All songs written by John Stewart, except “You Ride The Wild Horses” by Dave Crossland.