Alan Doyle: vocals, guitar, bouzouki
Bob Hallett: vocals, bouzouki, fiddle, banjo, accordion, whistles, harmonica
Sean McCann: vocals, guitar, bodhran, banjo
Murray Foster: bass, vocals
Kris MacFarlane: drums, percussion, guitar, piano accordion, vocals
Hawksley Workman: drums, percussion, guitar, bass, piano, hammond, rhodes
Jeen O’Brien: vocals
Keith Power: orchestral arrangement on 'Walk on the Moon'
Produced by Hawksley Workman
Engineered by Ken Friesen, assisted by Mark Neary
Recorded at Great Big Studio in St. John’s, Newfoundland, fall of 2007
Additional recording at The Sonic Temple in Halifax, Nova Scotia engineered by Darren van Niekerk
Mixed by Andre Wahl and mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound New York, New York, USA
We honestly can’t remember who played each track on each song. Somebody played the strumstick on 'Banks of Newfoundland'. We suspect it was Bob, but we can’t find it to dust for prints. Hawksley and Kris played the drums, but Alan swears some of his can be found on "Oh Yeah". Sean figures he played guitar on several tracks but couldn’t, for the life of him, discern which ones. Hawksley insists that Sean played banjo on "Heart of Stone". Sean insists he does not know how. There are no bag pipes in the studio, but there are some on "Heart of Stone". We suspect Bob is responsible. Alan is a terrible piano player, yet he may very well have played the piano on "Walk on the Moon". Murray has a vague recollection that Kris hit one of the bouzoukis like a hammered dulcimer on "England". There is a cheap Casio keyboard part on "Long Lost Love" that no one will own up to. It would be impossible to count the number of passersby that sang the gang vocal on "Oh Yeah". We do know for certain that the lovely gal you hear sweetly singing in "Dance Dance" and "Hard Case" is Jeen O’Brien. She's an awesome writer and singer.
Album Artwork by James Mejia