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Come See Me

Jim Keltner Drums
Hutch Hutchinson Bass
Patrick Warren Chamberlain
Bill Payne Hammond B3, Korg heavenliness
Dean Parks Electric Guitar, Acoustic Baritone Guitar
Greg Leisz Tremelo Baritone Electric Guitar
JL Piano, Acoustic Baritone Guitar, Vienna Strings / Trumpet, Vocal

Dean begins each two bar phrase on acoustic baritone guitar left. JL completes these phrases on another acoustic baritone guitar right. Greg enters left at 2:13 with a gorgeous tremolo baritone electric guitar. The instrumental interlude beginning at 3:28 features a trumpet solo using Vienna Symphonic Library, a computer orchestral suite of synthesized sounds controlled by midi keyboard.

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Life On Earth

Jim Keltner Drums
Hutch Hutchinson Bass
Patrick Warren Keyboard Samples
Bill Payne Fender Rhodes Piano, Korg Bagpipes
Dean Parks Electric Guitars
Greg Leisz Tremelo Baritone Electric Guitar
JL Piano, Vienna Strings / Woodwinds, Vocal

Dean's electric reverb guitar enters 0:12 center echoed left, Greg's tremolo baritone electric guitar enters 0:16 left with harmonics changing to fretted tremolo notes at 0:25. Patrick's sample autoharp enters 0:44 and woodwinds are heard at 1:14 center left. Bill's Korg bagpipe drones begin softly in the second verse at 1:24 distant right and will approach. So will Dean through 3:20, still center. The Vienna Strings enter 4:02 center tipping a hat to Eleanor Rigby. We ring off then look back a moment.

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Mountain

Jim Keltner Drums
Hutch Hutchinson Bass
Patrick Warren Keyboard Samples
Bill Payne Hammond B3 Organ
Dean Parks Electric Guitar
Greg Leisz Pedal Steel Guitar
JL Piano, Vocal

Greg joins in on pedal steel left with Patrick on field organ left. Then Dean takes a bow in the center. Bill is on B3 right with Patrick's strings. But Mountain is about Dean. This simple tune that came to me in my sleep becomes a wonder in his hands. Tone, texture and touch propel his exquisite phrasing to rare heights. Patrick steps a bit forward at 2:50.

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Go Go Green

Jim Keltner Drums
Hutch Hutchinson Bass
Bill Payne Piano
Dean Parks Electric Guitar
Greg Leisz Electric Guitar
JL Vocals

All in right out of the gate, Dean right and Greg left on electric rock and roll guitars. Bill steps up on piano at 1:07 and takes it all the way out.

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Mais Oui

Jim Keltner Drums
Hutch Hutchinson Bass
Patrick Warren Keyboard Samples
Bill Payne Hammond B3 Organ, Piano
Dean Parks Classical Guitar
Greg Leisz Pedal Steel Guitar
JL Piano, Acoustic Guitar Vocal

Jim join's JL for the first verse. By the magic of modern technology JL play's piano with him self on acoustic. Dean begins to sneak up on classical guitar, left. At the interlude 1:21 Patrick's field organ arises center and Greg's pedal steel right perhaps evoking the trumpet. Bill's piano comes in center left but playing in a higher register than JL's on the right.

In the last verse is Jim's soft cymbal.

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Emily, There Are No Words

Jim Keltner Drums
Hutch Hutchinson Bass
Patrick Warren Field Pump Organ
Bill Payne Hammond B3,
Dean Parks Electric Guitar, Electric Baritone Guitar
Greg Leisz Pedal Steel Guitar, Mandolin
JL Piano

Greg on Mandolin opens left. Patrick Enters right at 0:12 on a Second World War vintage military field pump organ. This instrument sounds like a low register harmonica and folds up into a coffin shaped box a bit larger than carry-on baggage that could be parachuted into the battlefield for Sunday service. Dean takes center stage at 0:57 on electric guitar. He switches to electric baritone guitar for the middle verse then returns to electric guitar for the last verse demonstrating continued supreme touch.

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Sea Saw

Jim Keltner Drums
Hutch Hutchinson Bass
Patrick Warren Keyboard Samples
Bill Payne Hammond B3 Organ
Dean Parks Electric Guitar
Greg Leisz Weissenborn Lap Steel Acoustic Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar
JL Piano, Vocal

Greg joins in on pedal steel at 0:13, left. At the same moment Dean enters, center, on baritone electric. Greg's Weissenborn slide show up at 0:17, right, and grows until it is the star of the show. At times Dean will play his baritone slide also.

Jim comes in at 0:32. Anybody can play drums loud. It takes a real man to play them softly. Jim's playing is always superb, but listen closely to this masterpiece performance.

Patrick begins his contribution at 1:55 where he replaces my piano for the instrumental interludes with chamberlain vibes, center. At 2:06 Patrick also comes in, right, sampling an Indonesian instrument, the Onclong, which has a sound similar to a Marimba. His Chamberlain horns come in before 2:38, right, but are prominent by 3:06. There are also crystal chimes.

As we go on, Greg's Weissenborn moves towards center. Going out, we are left with Greg on pedal steel left, Patrick sampling, right, and Greg's Weissenborn center, which becomes the last man standing, gently putting us down for the night, exquisitely.

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The Snake

Jim Keltner Drums
Hutch Hutchinson Bass
Patrick Warren Field Pump Organ
Bill Payne Piano
Dean Parks Electric Guitar
Greg Leisz Lap Steel Electric Guitar
JL Electric Guitar, Vocals

As tight as Jim always plays, this performance re-defines staying in the pocket. Greg's lap electric is left and Dean's electric is right. Hang on this one slips by fast. Matt's B3 comes up left at 0:26 and Dean gets the first ride at 0:38, right.. Bill brings up the piano about 0:46. Second ride goes to Greg's slide at 1:18, left. She'll be home soon. Jim says when at 1:39. If the last hit were staccato the whole thing's over in under 1:45. Just like the old days.

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Theme

Jim Keltner Drums
Hutch Hutchinson Bass
Patrick Warren Piano, Strings
Bill Payne Piano, Hammond B3,
Dean Parks Electric Guitar
Greg Leisz Lap Steel Electric Guitar
JL Electric Guitar, Vocals

Greg on electric lap steel is left and Dean on electric guitar is right. We called Bill's piano in this recording the Frankensteinway. Dean takes the first solo at 0:36, right. Greg takes a slide lead at 1:30, left, then it's over to JL's noisy guitar, 1:47, center. The final solo, JL plays guitar hero, 2:40, center.

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Nothing

Jim Keltner Drums
Hutch Hutchinson Bass
Patrick Warren Keyboard Samples
Dean Parks Electric Guitar
Greg Leisz Mandolin, Pedal Steel Guitar
JL Piano, Vocal

Not much to add here. Everyone just played beautifully. "Thanks JL. It was Nothing."

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Sonata

Jim Keltner Drums
Hutch Hutchinson Bass
Patrick Warren Field Pump Organ
Bill Payne Piano,
Dean Parks Classical Guitar
Greg Leisz Classical Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar
JL Piano, Hammond B3 Organ, Vocals

We begin with a classical guitar duet, Greg left and Dean right. JL piano enters with the first verse at 1:00 right, quite soft. Patrick's field organ is in by 1:30. JL's B3 enters right 1:53. The higher piano, left, is Bill. Then we hear how the song we're singing ends.

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