Performer – Ben Keith, Buddy Harman, Charlie Daniels, Charlie McCoy, Chuck Howard , D.J. Fontana (tracks: D J Fontana), Dave Kirby, George Richey, Grover Lavender, Jeannie Kendal, Jerry Kennedy, Jerry Reed, Jerry Shook, Jim Buchanan, Pete Drake, Ringo Starr, Roy Huskey Jr., Sorrells Pickard, Four Jordanaires
Photography By – Marshall Fallwell Jnr.
Producer – Pete Drake
Capitol, Los Angeles pressing denoted by "✲" stamp in runouts.
Matrix / Runout (Matrix Side A, On Label): SMAS 1-3368
Matrix / Runout (Matrix Side B, On Label): SMAS 2-3368
Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout, etched; [1 Bell Sound, ✲], stamped): SMAS-1-3368 Z-4. [1 Bell Sound] sƒ ✲
Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout, etched; [1 Bell Sound, ✲], stamped): SMAS-2-3368 Z-5. [1 Bell Sound] sƒ ✲
Rights Society: BMI
Mastered At – Bell Sound Studios
Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Los Angeles
Printed By – Queens Litho
Manufactured By – Apple Records, Inc.
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