Produced by DeDe Vogt
Recorded at Sound and Fury Studios, Atlanta,
GA (404) 296-1688
Engineered and Mixed by DeDe Vogt and Dusk
Mastered at Southern Living Studio by Alex
Lowe (404) 352-3204
Graphic Direction and Design by Leslie Hodges
Photography by Silvan Erb-Summers; Michael Wood;
Leslie E. Wilson-Weaver; Stuart Safier; Dusk
Wilson-Weaver; Anne Parham; and Larry Erb
All Songs (Lyrics and Arrangements)
Dusk Wilson-Weaver (BMI),
© & ®
Phi Acoustics Music (BMI), except Billy the Bum ©
© & ®
I humbly declare that, without the skilled input of
all players and artisans who join me here, this album would not exist.
It moves me that so many of them worked above and beyond to bring it
about, particularly considering that we were still in the recording
phase on September 11, 2001.
|It is my
earnest hope that music-loving people of every land, of every
background, will not be dissuaded by the darkness of that day from
sharing love, laughter, light, and the lilt of song, for all of these
are needed now as much as ever.
thanks to DeDe Vogt who gets my vote as an ideal combination of
producer, player, and person.
This project was proudly recorded on classic analogue
equipment, employing high-grade reel-to-reel tape and a Neumann TLM 170
vocal microphone, in order to more effectively capture the warmth of the
performances. Also, songs #3, 9 & 11 were recorded live in the studio to
highlight personality and authenticity in the material, and the song
What’s In a Name? is a natural, first take…beauty, blemishes, all.
The digital glass master likewise received special
care. It was cut direct-to-glass at 1X single speed (speeds of 3X and 4X
are typical) to deliver the highest quality sound and musical nuance to