Piano: Hargus Robbins, Misty Morgan, Jack Blanchard.
Synths, Clavinet, and Organ: Misty Morgan.
Pedal Steel Guitar: Pete Drake, Lloyd Green, Buddy Emmons, and Weldon Myrick.
Dobro: Lloyd Green.
Fiddles: Buddy Spicher, Vassar Clements.
Bass: Henry Strelecki, Junior Huskey, Bob Moore, Jackie Raye.
Lead Guitar: Billy Sanford, Pete Wade, Jerry Shook, Doug Tarrant.
Rhythm Guitar: Bobby Thompson, Pete Wade, Kelso Hurston.
Banjo: Bobby Thompson.
Drums: Larrie London, Buddy Harmon, Ronny Caban.
Harmonica, Vibes, Tuba, and Special Effects: Charlie McCoy.
Original Backup Vocals: The Nashville Edition, The Anita Kerr Singers, Jack & Misty,
The Muscle Shoals Singers, and The Lea Jane Singers.
New Backup Vocals: Manon's Dream.
Studios: Nashville: Woodland, Columbia, Mercury, Music City Recorders.
Muscle Shoals: The Music Mill. Miami: Criteria Studios.
2004 Backup Vocals produced by Randall Cousins, Alleged Iguana Records.
Written, Arranged, and Produced by Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan.*
Production notes: Three of the tracks contain minor audio flaws.
We felt they were important enough to include here.
This was a fun project for us, and we hope it is for you.
Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan © 2004.
All songs © Jack Blanchard Songs (BMI)
*("You've Got Your Troubles" written by R. Greenaway-R. Cook © Cookaway Music (PRS))
- A Place In My Mind (1969) (2:27)
- Try (1975) (3:08)
- Lonesome Song (1973) (2:27)
- Something On Your Mind (1974) (2:31)
- Changin' Times (1968) (3:26)
- The Sunset Train (1969) (2:53)
- Asleep In The Saddle (1973) (3:19)
- Tennessee Bird Walk (The Original) (1969) (2:54)
- Molasses In The Moonlight (1974) (2:33)
- You've Got Your Troubles (I've Got Mine) (1969) (2:46)
- Let's Pretend (1974) (2:30)
- The Autumn Song (On A Yellow Day) (1969) (1:57)
- Still Comin' Down (1975) (2:38)
- Livin' Together (1974) (3:22)
- I'll Go Home With You (1974) (3:06)
- We've Still Got Each Other (1975) (2:45)
- The Dum Song (1969) (2:28)
- You Come So Easy To Me (original) (1973) (3:03)
- Yellow Bellied Sapsucker (1969) (2:34)
- Gemini (early 60's) (our first record) (1:46)