Complete Credits & Liner Notes

1.  Lately I’ve Let Things Slide – Caitlin Rose
[Nick Lowe © 2001 Plangent Visions Music, Inc.]

Caitlin Rose: vocals

Micah Hulscher: keyboards
Jeremy Fetzer: electric guitar
Gary Burnette: acoustic guitar
Jeff Irwin: bass

Ian Fitchuk: drums

Eleonore Denig: violin
Jordan Brooke Hamlin: French horn

Produced by Catlin Rose

Recorded and mixed by Scott Velazco at Studio Schmoodio, Nashville, TN

 

2.  Don’t Lose Your Grip on Love – The Parson Red Heads
[Nick Lowe © 1972 Plangent Visions Music, Inc.]

Evan Way: vocals, guitars
Sam Fowles: guitars, vocals
Charlie Hester: bass, vocals
Brette Marie Way: drums

with
Scott McCaughey: Fender VI bass, piano, mandolin
Tucker Jackson: pedal steel guitar

Produced by Scott McCaughey
Engineered by Adam Selzer
Mixed by Adam Selzer with Scott McCaughey
Recorded and mixed at Type Foundry, Portland, OR

 

3.  All Men Are Liars – Robert Ellis
[Nick Lowe © 1989 Plangent Visions Music, Inc.]

Robert Ellis: acoustic guitar, vocals
Kelly Doyle: electric guitar
Will Van Horn: pedal steel guitar
Geoffrey Muller: bass
Ryan Chavez: drums
Caitlin Rose: background vocals

Produced by Robert Ellis
Recorded by Nick Lutz at County Q, Nashville, TN
Assisted by Brent Headrich
Mixed by Scott Velazco at Studio Schmoodio, Nashville, TN


4.  I Love the Sound of Breaking Glass – Amanda Shires
[Nick Lowe /Andrew Bodnar/Stephen Goulding © 1978 Anglo-Rock, Inc.]

Amanda Shires: vocals, fiddle
Rob Seidenberg: guitars, bass
Kevin Lovejoy: keyboards
Mel Novell: drums

Produced and recorded by Rob Seidenberg at Waller Sound, Austin, TX
Mixed by David Seitz at the Key Room, New York, NY

 

5.  Marie Provost – JEFF the Brotherhood
[Nick Lowe © 1977 Anglo-Rock, Inc.]

Musicians: Jake Orrall, Jamin Orrall, Loney Hutchins (bass)

Produced by Loney Hutchins and JEFF The Brotherhood
Engineered and mixed by Loney Hutchins at Teachers Lounge, Nashville, TN

JEFF the Brotherhood appears courtesy of Infinity Cat Recordings



6.  (I’m Gonna Start) Living Again If It Kills Me – Hayes Carll
[Nick Lowe/Carlene Carter/Dave Edmunds © 1980 Plangent Visions Music, Inc./Chrysalis Music Group obo Rare Blue Music, Inc./Carlooney Tunes]

Hayes Carll: vocals
Scott Davis: electric and acoustic guitar, B3 organ
Geoff Queen: pedal steel guitar
Brad Fordham: bass
Lisa Pankratz: drums
Kelley Mickwee: harmony vocals

Produced by Scott Davis
Engineered and mixed by John Ross Silva at Cedar Creek Studio, Austin, TX


7.  Lover Don’t Go – Erin Enderlin
[Nick Lowe © 1994 Plangent Visions Music, Inc.]

Erin Enderlin: vocals
Gary Burnette: acoustic & electric guitar, bass, Wurlitzer piano
Will Denton: drums Jason Eskridge: backing vocals

Produced by Gary Burnette
Recorded and Mixed by Scott Velazco at Studio Schmoodio, Nashville, TN

 

8.  When I Write the Book – The Unsinkable Boxer
[Nick Lowe/Dave Edmunds/Billy Bremner/Terry Williams © 1980 Plangent Visions Music, Inc.]

Colin Taylor: vocals, backing vocals
Melvin Duffy: pedal steel guitar
Gary Burnette: guitars, keyboards
Jon Estes: bass
Will Denton: drums
Geoff Martyn: backing vocals

Produced by Gary Burnette & Colin Taylor
Recorded by Colin Taylor and Geoff Martyn at The Cooler, Glasgow, Scotland
Additional recording by Scott Velazco and Gary Burnette at Studio Schmoodio, Nashville, TN

Mixed by Scott Velazco at Studio Schmoodio, Nashville, TN


9.  You Make Me – Colin Gilmore
[Nick Lowe © 1979 Plangent Visions Music, Inc.]

Colin Gilmore: vocals
Gary Burnette: guitars
Kevin Lovejoy: keyboards
Cory Glaeser: bass
Joey Shuffield: drums

Produced and recorded by Gary Burnette & Rob Seidenberg at Waller Sound, Austin, TX
Mixed by Scott Velazco at Studio Schmoodio, Nashville, TN

 

10. Heart of the City – Chatham County Line
[Nick Lowe © 1976 Anglo-Rock, Inc.]

Dave Wilson: guitar, vocals
John Teer: fiddle, mandolin, vocals
Chandler Holt: banjo
Greg Readling: bass

Produced, engineered and mixed by Chris Stamey at Modern Recording, Chapel Hill, NC

Chatham County Line appears courtesy of Yep Roc Records

 

11. What’s Shakin’ on the Hill – Lori McKenna
[Nick Lowe © 1989 Plangent Visions Music, Inc.]
Lori McKenna: vocals
Mark Erelli: acoustic & tenor guitars, vocals

Produced & engineered by Mark Erelli at Cellar Sounds, Melrose, MA
Mixed by Scott Velazco at Studio Schmoodio, Nashville, TN

 

12. Cracking Up – Griffin House
[Nick Lowe © 1979 Plangent Visions Music, Inc.]
Griffin House: vocals 

Gary Burnette: electric guitars
Bruce Bouton: steel guitar
Steve Mackey: bass
Shawn Fichter: drums
Scott McCaughey: backing vocals
Produced by Gary Burnette Recorded and mixed by Scott Velazco at Studio Schmoodio, Nashville, TN


13. Where’s My Everything? – Ron Sexsmith
[Nick Lowe © 1994 Plangent Visions Music, Inc.]

Ron Sexsmith: guitar and vocals
Produced and engineered by Don Kerr at Rooster Studio, Toronto, ON, Canada

Mixed by Scott Velazco at Studio Schmoodio, Nashville, TN



Executive Producers: Rob Seidenberg & Gary Burnette



Mastered by Alex McCollough at Yes Master, Nashville, TN



Cover painting: “Lakelover” by G C Myers (1998)



Package & Logo Design: Michael Macrone



A very sincere thank you to: the artists, musicians, producers and engineers who contributed to this project; mix master Scott Velazco; the managers, attorneys and labels who were so cooperative; Redeye Distribution, particularly Glenn Dicker, Lori Miller, Dave Jackson, Billy Maupin and Paul Dickman; New West Records, particularly Mike Ruthig, Peter Jesperson, Paul Moore, Coy Martin and their ADA distribution team overseas; publicists Nick Loss-Eaton (USA) and Alan Robinson (UK); Ronda Chollock; attorney David Wykoff.


Rob Seidenberg thanks Wendy Harte; Mom, Dad and Jane Seidenberg; Michael Macrone; and Scott McCaughey.

Gary Burnette thanks Justin Loucks (Juice) and Ian Fitchuk (Tron) and ALL the musicians for their constant inspiration and the A+ hang from top to bottom. And a very special thanks to Rob Seidenberg for inviting me to the party. 
 

And, of course, all of us thank Nick Lowe.

A portion of the proceeds from sales of this album will be donated to the following charitable funds:



The Nashville Rising Fund
A Disaster Response Fund Administered by the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
www.cfmt.org/give/funds/disaster-response-funds/

Spearheaded by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill in the wake of the May 2010 flood, the Nashville Rising benefit concert raised over $2.2 million in ticket sales, donations and sponsorships for flood recovery. The fund continues to help meet the needs of flood victims throughout Middle Tennessee through the dedicated work of local nonprofits on the front lines of recovery.



and

The Central Texas Wildfire Fund
A Fund Administered by the Austin Community Foundation
www.austincommunityfoundation.org

The Central Texas Wildfire Fund was created to help meet the immediate and long-term needs of those people, families and organizations affected by the wildfires across Central Texas. The fund helps affected people restore their lives and rebuild their communities. Donations made to the Central Texas Wildfire Fund go directly to the organizations assisting individuals, families and local businesses most affected by the wildfires.

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