The album was recorded in Nashville under the auspices of Billy Sherill and is a strange but delightful mixture of progressive folk and American Roots rock, vocally similar in style to groups such as America or Loggins & Messina or instrumentally to “Shady Grove” era. Some nice tracks here from “High Tailin’ Blues” and the yodeling vocal of “Love Dance” to the fifty-ish “City Lights” and howling “Song For A Dead Man”.
(review by Prairie Prince Minsky)
David Bankston: lead vocals, high harmony, acoustic & electric guitar
Sherman Bernard: piano, bass, accordion and percussion
Sam Broussard: lead guitar, bass, mandolin and middle harmony
Neale Lundgren: lead vocals, acoustic guitar, fife, drums and percussion.
The group was also joined by Kenny Malone (drums-percussion), Frosty Horton (bass on “Landlady,” “Live Right, Die Right” and “One Fine Morning”) and Buddy Spicher (viola-violin- fiddle).
Artist: Neale Lundgren
Release Date: April 11, 1972
People: Neale Lundgren