Jerry Fisher: Lead Vocals
Lew Soloff: Trumpet, Fleugelhorn, Piccolo Trumpet, Vocals
Chuck Winfield: Trumpet, Flueugelhorn, French Horn, Baritone Horn.
Lou Marini Jr.: Soprano, Tenor, and Alto sax. Alto and Soprano Flute,
Piccolo and Vocals
Dave Bargeron: Tenor Trombone, Bass Trombone, Baritone Horn, Tuba, Percussion and Vocals.
George Wadenius: Electric and Spanish guitar and vocals.
Steve Katz: Electric guitar, Acoustic Guitar, 6-String, Harmonica, Electric 12-
String, and vocals. (lead on "Velvet")
Larry Willis: Electric Piano, Hammond organ, and Vocals.
Jim Fielder: Fender Bass and vocals.
Bobby Colomby: Drums, Percussion, and Vocals.
Bobby Doyle: Background vocals on "Touch Me" and "Velvet."
Producer: Bobby Colomby*
Engineer: Tim Geelan**
Recordist: Lou Waxman
Mixer; Tim Geelan
*Except "Velvet" and "Touch Me"--Produced by Bill Schnee, Bobby Colomby, and Joel Sill
*Execpt "Velvet" and "Touch Me"--Engineered by Bill Schnee and Tim Geelan
Album Dedicated To the Memory of Leo Katz
Ross Boissoneau of the All Music Guide Writes:
The first BS&T disc following the departure of lead singer David Clayton- Thomas and chief arrangers Dick Halligan and Fred Lipsius has its moments. The band vocals on "Touch Me" and the arrangement of Herbie Hancock's "Maiden Voyage" are among the highlights, but then there's Bob Dylan's "Down In the Flood" and Steve Katz's "Velvet," about a horse, for Pete's sake. Gerry Goffin and Carole King's "Snow Queen" almost makes up for it, with sensational solos from Dave Bargeron on trombone and Lou Marini Jr. on sax. (c)1996 All Music Guide
Jeremiah Rickert Writes:
The guy who wrote the above review just must not get it. He trashed "Down In The Flood?" That's one of the best tracks on the disc. He makes fun of "Velvet," because it's about a horse? I mean, tell me that folk singers haven't written about stranger things, water barrels, outhouses, and long johns, for example? Sheesh! The rock press really can have no clue sometimes, can't it?