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The Writers

All songs written by Paul Barrere and Roger Cole, except:

  • WHY YA WANNA DO ME which was written by Paul Barrere, Stephen Bruton and Roger Cole
  • IN MY TIME OF DYING, which is a traditional song arranged by Paul Barrere and Roger Cole

The Players


  • Lead and rythmn guitars
  • Lead and background vocals, hand claps & foot stomps


  • Rythmn guitars, bass, synth, & percussion
  • Background vocals


  • Bass on tracks 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10


  • Drums on tracks 1, 4, 6, 9, 10


  • Drums on track 2


  • Percussion on track 1


  • Drums on track 5


  • Drums on track 3

Produced by Paul Barrere and Roger Cole
Recorded, edited, mixed and mastered by Roger Cole

The People To Who We Owe A Debt Of Gratitude

  • All of our outside players
  • Howard Rosen and his krewe
  • Mimi Crocker for the special attention
  • Jon Greenhalgh for spiritual guidance
  • The always over worked and under appreciated Bee who really was the glue for the entire project

Thank you folks at Ernie Ball for the strings and things and Nick Koukotas - double treble for all the cool straps

Liner Notes

Coming from an artist background i look at a recording as a canvas, something to fill with image and color, that flows from beginning to end almost seamless and gives one a feeling of movement – having taken all the time, seven plus years, to make sure each word and note were just what we wanted made this possible… my last solo project was in 1982, and back then  everything had to have been done yesterday, tomorrow was out of the question, this recording thanks to rogers patience, was all about the tomorrows, no rush, no fuss, just a lets get it right attitude that saw lyric rewrites, long editing sessions, and in more than one case complete do overs as far as direction of the narritive… the final result was exactly what it was meant to be… time is a wonderful thing to have in the creative process – therefore here it is “riding the nova train” on our own better daze records – always a working progress!!!

Paul Barrere