Thursday, February 19, 2015

The Talbot Bros. (John Michael Talbot, Terry Talbot, The Talbot Brothers)

The Talbot Bros. - The Talbot Bros.
Warner Bros. BS 2767 (1974) - US LP

Side One

1 - Easy To Slip*
2 - Comin’ Home To Jesus*
3 - In My Dreams*
4 - And The Time*
5 - Trail Of Tears*

Side Two

6 - Over Jordan*
7 - Moline Truckin’*
8 - Come And Gone*
9 - Over Again*
10 - Carnival Balloon*
11 - Hear You Callin’*

John Michael Talbot (as John Talbot) - Vocals, Guitar, Banjo
Terry Talbot (as Terry N. Talbot) - Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica
Leland Sklar - Bass (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)*
Russ Kunkel - Drums (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)
Randy Scruggs - Guitar
Donnie Dacus (as Donney Dakus) - Guitar
“Sneaky” Pete Kleinow (as Sneaky Pete Kleinow) - Steel Guitar
Josh Graves - Dobro
David Lindley - Hawaiian Guitar
Creeper Kurnow - Piano, Harmonica
John Jarvis - Piano

Produced by Bill Halverson For Jordan productions

Gary Ladinsky - Recordist

Recording Studio:
The Record Plant, Los Angeles

Remixing Studios:
Wally Heider Recording Studio 1, Los Angeles
Wally Heider Recording Studio 3, Los Angeles

Ed Thrasher - Art Direction
Rod Dyer, Inc. - Design
Leandro Correa - Photography

“We’re the Talbot Bros. We’ve written most of these songs and recorded them as the Spirit led us. We’d like to thank Lee Clayton for “Carnival Balloon” and Lowell George for “Easy to Slip”. Russ Kunkel played drums and Leland Sklar played bass. Randy Scruggs played guitar and Josh Graves played dobro on “Comin’ Home to Jesus” and “Moline Truckin’.” Sneaky Pete Kleinow played steel guitar on “And the Time” and “Over Again.” Creeper Kurnow played harmonica on “Comin’ Home to Jesus,” “Come and Gone,” “Over Again,” “Moline Truckin’” and “Carnival Balloon;” and played piano on “In My Dreams” and “And the Time.” Donney Dakus played guitar on “Come and Gone,” “Easy to Slip” and “Carnival Balloon.” John Jarvis played piano on “Easy to Slip,” “Carnival Balloon” and “Over Jordan.” David Lindley played Hawaiian guitar on “Train of Tears.” We’d like to thank these people for helping us. // My brother John played banjo and guitar and I played guitar and harmonica. We sang a lot and had a time. Once again, thank you all. // Shalom in the Lamb. // Terry N. Talbot // P.S. We’d like to thank the folks at Warner Bros. for being more than patient and generous with us. God bless you.”.

“Special thanks to our recordist Gary Ladinski”.

John Michael Talbot
Terry Talbot
Lee Clayton
Lowell George
Fred Martin

“The Talbot Bros.” - US LP - back cover

“The Talbot Bros.” - US LP - liner picture

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