Ehart - Drums
John Elefante - Keyboards, Vocals
Hope - Bass
Karry Livgren - Keyboards, Guitars
Steinhardt - Violins, Vocals
Rich Williams - Guitars
Backing Vocals: David Pack, Donna Williams
Bill Bergman - Tenor, Alto
Sax on "Diamonds And Pearls", "Right Away"/ Alto Sax on "Face It"
Berry - Trumpet on "Diamonds and Pearls", "Right Away"
Coile - Tenor Sax on "Diamonds And Pearl", "Right Away"
Smith - Baritone Sax on " Diamonds...", "Right Away"
Thornburg - Trumpet on "Diamonds And Pearls", "Right Away"
Dahlke - Basson on "Diamonds And Pearls"
is dedicated to two loved ones who are now with the Lord, Howard Ehart
and Dan Dehaan. To know then was to love and respect them for their
devotion to God, Family and their fellow man. They will be missed.
Wall" and "Carry On Wayward Son"
Produced by Jeff
Engineered by Bill (Bleu) Evans
Recorded and mixed at
Studio In The Country, Bogalusa, LA, 1976
Re-mixed for this album by
Bich Williams and Davy Moire at Camp Dunwoody Studios,
GA, 1984, utilizing the dbx 700 digitral audio processor
album Leftoverture (KIR 81728)
Engineered by Kevin Elson
Recorded at Pakaderm Studios,
Long Beach, CA, 1984
Mixed by Neil Kernon at The Record Plant, Los
Angeles, CA, 1984
Produced by Kansas and Ken Scott
by Ken Scott
Assisted by: Brian Leshon, Phil Jost, Ralph Sutton,
Production Assistant: Steve Brooks
Recorded and Mixed
at Chateau Recorders, North Hollywood, California
Mastered by Stan
Ricker for Original Masteringworks/ Mobile Fidelity Sound
Album Concept, Design and Art
Direction: Tom Drennon
Photography: Glen Wexler
Additional Art and
Design: Andrew Barnum/Drennon Studio