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released April 7, 2017

All Songs Written by Sean Rowe
All songs published by Music Of The Mothership o/b/o itself Oliack Music (BMI)

Produced by Matt Ross-Spang
Engineered by Matt Ross-Spang
Mixed by Matt Ross-Spang
Assistant Engineer: Wesley Graham
Recorded at Sam Phillips Recording Service
Mastered by Jonathan Pines / Private Studios
Vinyl Cut by Jeff Powell
Design + Illustrations: Jeffry Lee
Layout: Tom D. Kline

GAS STATION ROSE
Drums/Percussion: Ken Coomer
B3/Piano: Rick Steff
AC/Vocals: Sean Rowe
BGV: Susan Marshall
String Arrangement: Sam Shoup
Strings
Cello: Elen Wroten
Viola: Neal Shaffer
Violin: Heather Trussell
Violin: Gaylon Mckay Patterson

THE SALMON
Drums/Percussion: Ken Coomer
Bass: Dave Smith
Piano: Rick Steff
Vocal: Sean Rowe
Electric Guitar: Dave Cousar
BGVs: Susan Marshall & Reba Russell
String Arrangement: Sam Shoup
Strings
Cello: Elen Wroten
Viola: Neal Shaffer
Violin: Heather Trussell
Violin: Gaylon Mckay Patterson
I’LL FOLLOW YOU TRAIL
Drums/Percussion: Ken Coomer
Bass: Dave Smith
Piano/Mellotron: Rick Steff
AC/Vocal: Sean Rowe

PROMISE OF YOU
Drums/Percussion: Ken Coomer
Bass: Dave Smith
Piano/Farfisa: Rick Steff
Vocal: Sean Rowe
Electric Guitar: Dave Cousar
BGVs: Susan Marshall & Reba Russell
String Arrangement: Sam Shoup
Strings
Cello: Elen Wroten
Viola: Neal Shaffer
Violin: Heather Trussell
Violin: Gaylon Mckay Patterson

THE VINE
Bass: Dave Smith
Percussion: Sean Rowe, Matt Ross-Spang
AC/Vocal/ Harmonica: Sean Rowe
Electric Guitar: Matt Ross-Spang
Mellotron: Rick Steff
BGVs: Susan Marshall and Reba Russell

NEWTONS CRADLE
Drums/Percussion: Ken Coomer
Bass: Dave Smith
Wurly: Rick Steff
AC/Vocal: Sean Rowe
Electric Guitar: Dave Cousar
BGVs: Susan Marshall & Reba Russell
Claps: Sean Rowe, Matt Ross-Spang,
Jerry Phillips, Jeff Powell
String Arrangement: Sam Shoup
Strings
Cello: Elen Wroten
Viola: Neal Shaffer
Violin: Heather Trussell
Violin: Gaylon Mckay Patterson

I CAN’T MAKE A LIVING
Drums: Ken Coomer
Bass: Dave Smith
B3/Piano: Rick Steff
AC/Vocal: Sean Rowe
BGVs: Susan Marshall and Reba Russell
String Arrangement: Sam Shoup
Strings
Cello: Elen Wroten
Viola: Neal Shaffer
Violin: Heather Trussell
Violin: Gaylon Mckay Patterson

IT’S NOT HARD TO SAY GOODBYE (SOMETIMES)
Drums/Percussion: Ken Coomer
Bass: Dave Smith
AC/Vocals: Sean Rowe
BGVS: Susan Marshall and Reba Russell
Electric Guitar: Dave Cousar
Pedal Steel: Richard Alan Ford
Mellotron: Matt Ross-Spang

YOU KEEP COMING ALIVE
AC/Vocals: Sean Rowe
Bass: Dave Smith
Electric Guitar: Dave Cousar

THE VERY FIRST SNOW
AC/Vocals/Harmonica: Sean Rowe
Percussion: Ken Coomer
String Arrangement: Sam Shoup
Strings
Cello: Elen Wroten
Viola: Neal Shaffer
Violin: Heather Trussell
Violin: Gaylon Mckay Patterson


This record was a shot in the dark. In a very real sense you would not be hearing these songs without the people who pulled them out of me. Endless love and thank you to my family: Christina, Olivia and Jack. You would also not be hearing these particular recordings like this if it had not been for my hardcore fans who believed in me enough to get this album funded with 100% donations. Much thanks to my executive producers: Carol Schrader, Gillian Williams, Dawid Podsiadlo and Josh Bennett. Thanks to all of my kickstarter pledgers who made this album happen. Also Thank you to our second family in Pittsburgh Kim & Steven Foxbury, Matt Dayak, Dan Rugh and the rest of the gang at Common Wealth Press. Thanks to Leah Demo for letting me use her apartment to write these songs. Thanks to my long time manager Jon Sidel who finally got paid! And a big fat hug to my co-producer Matt Ross-Spang for his Wonka-like skills in the studio and for taking me to all the best BBQ in Memphis!

Bro, I think this was the first time I teared up at a Ben Affleck movie. Haha! Thanks to you motherfucker. So, so excited and weirdly proud? As a friend, so strange to sit there in the dark movie theater and hear you singing, that voice that I’m so used to hearing close by my side on stage when we’re battling that crowd. And hearing it in the closing scene of something so foreign, someone so distant as Ben Affleck. I almost started standing up and yelling like I was at a show. Only the lights were out and the people around me would have been scared and I’d probably get kicked out. So I just kind of cuddled into a rock position and smiled at Ben like a man at a family reunion who is looking at distant relatives, singing along to the all the last names that brought him to that moment.

I watched your scene in the same theater in ATL where I snuck into Thelma and Louis, lost my wits as a kid watching Gina Davis have sex and fly off a cliff. Same theater that I bought myself a matinee and switched movie to movie, year to year chewing on Milk Duds with Dinero in Backdraft to Another 48 Hours, to Short Circuit to Top Gun......I can name a hundred movies in that theater I experienced.....and finally your movie.

Congratulations brother!!! It was probably my favorite that I’ve ever seen at the Midtown
Theater. And in a strange way I felt like I got to be a part of it.

I hope you and the family are fantastic. Let’s catch up soon.

Love, Rex

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