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BLUES TRAVELER
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A&M Records
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Run-Around
Words & Music by J. Popper

Stand
Words & Music by J. Popper

Look Around
Words & Music by J. Popper

Fallible
Words by J. Popper
Music by C. Kinchla

The Mountains Win Again
Words & Music by B. Sheehan

Freedom
Words by J. Popper
Music by B. Sheehan

Crash Burn
Words by J. Popper
Music by C. Kinchla

Price To Pay
Words by J. Popper
Music by C. Kinchla

Hook
Words & Music by J. Popper

The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

A musical opus by C. Kinchla & Blues Traveler

Just Wait

Words & Music by J. Popper

Brother John
Words by J. Popper & B. Sheehan
Music by C. Kinchla

© 1994 Blues Traveler Publishing Corporation (BMI), administered by Irving Music, Inc. (BMI) for the world. Int’l copyright secured. Lyrics used by permission. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction prohibited.

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Produced & Mixed by Steve Thompson & Michael Barbiero

All Songs Arranged by Blues Traveler, Steve Thompson & Michael Barbiero


The Band:
John Popper: Vocals (Lead and Background), Harmonicas and Lead Guitar on “Look Around”
Chan Kinchla: Guitars (Electric and Acoustic), Mandolin and Background Vocals on “Brother John”
Bob Sheehan: 4-String, 5-String and Fretless Basses and Background Vocals on “Brother John”
Brendan Hill: Drums and Percussion

The Musicians:

Chuck Leavell: Keyboards/Piano on “Look Around,” “Price To Pay,” “Run-around” and “Just Wait”
Warren Haynes: Guitar on “The Mountains Win Again”
Jono Manson: Vocals on “Brother John”
Paul Shaffer: Keyboards on “Stand”
Peter Malcolm Kavakavich: Tambora and Shruti Box on “Stand”
Bashiri Johnson: Percussion
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Recorded at Bearsville Studios, NY, assisted by Todd Vos

Additional Recording at Electric Lady, NYC, assisted by Brian Sperber

Mixed at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, assisted by Eric Thompson

Additional Mixing at River Sound, NYC, assisted by Jay Ryan

Mastered by Greg Calbi at Masterdisk, NYC


A&R by David Anderle, assisted by Ellen Vogt & Lyn Weiner

Management: Dave Frey, assisted by Debi Burdick in association w/BGP

Agent: Chip Hooper & Dan Weiner – Monterey Peninsula Artists

Agent (Europe): Tim Elwes & Steve Hedges – Primary Talent


Sound Advice: David Swanson

Guitar Tech: Bob Mahoney

Drum Tech: Danny Saratech

Living Tech: Gina-Z

Touring: Dave Precheur – Traveler Empire, Inc.

The Crew: Grant Cowell, Gina-Z, Bob Mahoney, Paul Morrill, Jiggs Rogers, Colin Speer and Richard Vink


Art Direction: Rich Frankel

Design: Barrie Goshko

Photos: Jay Blakesburg


Warren Haynes appears courtesy of Megaforce Worldwide Entertainment


John Popper uses Hohner Special 20 Harmonicas
Brendan Hill uses Sabian Cymbals & Vic Firth Sticks
Chan Kinchla, Bob Sheehan & John Popper use D’Addario Strings


BLUES TRAVELER would like to thank everyone thanked on the last album including the people pre-thanked on the previous album, as well as the album prior to that.  We know this to be a cheesy trick but it sure saves space.

In particular, we wish to thank Felicia Lewis, Kristen Laverty, John Menelly and his posse, Gilly White & Bruce, Tad Kinchla’s mandolin, Dr. Helfet, Dr. Asprinio, Job & his patient wife, Marilyn and all the gang at Special Surgery, Michele Fontana, Ben Lewis, Seth Frank, Louis, Elliott Groffman, Grant Cowell, Cassidy, Ginger, Sophie Procter, Sebastian Hill, Mr. Ed Vedder, Chard Haynes, Dan Aykroyd, Danny Saratech, 282 Washington Avenue in Brooklyn, Dave Letterman, any swollen-ankled, red-bearded guitarists, Bullrun Brothers, Andy Kipnes, Greg Martens, Bob Mahoney, Matt Capalbo, Vernon Reid, Mordred, Dave Matthews, First House, Amy McCormick, Cree McCree, Mr. Justin Case and Max Von Sido.  All hail Mike Regan and all out friends at A&M Records, Polydor UK, Rondor Music, Monterey Peninsula, Bill Graham Presents, Andy Warden and the entire nation of Belgium.  We would like to extend a fond farewell to Mr. “Super” Dave Swanson.  His legacy shall forever be ingrained in our efforts success and all he does!



We have a new address so please continue to write, call and E-mail us at:
BLUES TRAVELER
c/o P.O. Box 1128
Radio City Station,
NYC, NY 10101-1128
Telephone HOTLINE: (212) 582-8787
Internet ADDRESS: blues-traveler-request@cs.umd.edu

(P) & © 1994 A&M Records Inc., P.O. Box 118, Hollywood, CA 90078. All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying, reproduction, hiring, lending, public performance and broadcasting prohibited. Printed in U.S.A.


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