Liner Notes

George Mann
Songs for Jules and Bruce

A George Mann Production
Recorded and engineered by Will Russell
at Electric Wilburland Studios in Newfield, New York.
Additional recording at Eastside Sound in New York City,
engineered by Marc Urselli and Eric Elterman; Sprout City
Studios in Eugene, OR, engineered by Thaddeus Moore;
and by Dana Billings at Wilburland.
Mixed by Will Russell and George Mann at Wilburland,
February/March 2010. Mastered by Will Russell.

All songs by George Mann except: “Old Buddy Goodnight” by Utah Phillips
“Long Gone” Words: Duncan Phillips, Music: George Mann
“The Soup Song” Words by Maurice Sugar, Tune: “My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean”
“From Dust We Come to Dust We Go, Baby” © 2007 Julius Margolin and George Mann
“I Don’t Want to Be a Soldier” © 2004 Julius Margolin and George Mann; mixed by Lou Holtzman and George Mann

For lyrics and more information, go to www.georgemann.org

The Personnel:
Scott Supeck: Drums and percussion (Tracks 2, 5, 7, 9 and 14)
Marty Confurius: Electric and double bass (Tracks 2, 3-7, 9, 10, 12 and 14)/tenor guitar on “Old Buddy Goodnight”
Myriam Valle: Harmony vocals (Tracks 2, 5, 7, 9, 10, 12 and 14)
George Mann: Electric, slide and acoustic guitars; Ebow; harmonica; keyboards on “Streams of Gold” and
“I Still Want to Be Your Friend;” pump organ on “Welcome Home;” lead and harmony vocals
Dana Billings: Djembe, bass, shaker on “Someone’s Gonna Get Hurt;”
shaker on “I Wish That I Could Stop Your Tears from Falling”
David Easton: Piano, keyboards on “You’ll Know Me By the White Stone” and “I Don’t Want to Be A Soldier”
Anne Feeney: Harmony vocals on “Old Buddy Goodnight” and “The Soup Song”
Judy Hyman: Violin on “I Wish That I Could Stop Your Tears from Falling” and “That Old Truck in the Woods”
Julius Margolin: Harmony Vocals (Tracks 3 and 6), lead vocals on “From Dust We Come to Dust We Go, Baby” and “I Don’t Want to Be A Soldier”
Jen Middaugh: Harmony vocals on “I Wish That I Could Stop Your Tears from Falling” and “Welcome Home”
Alan Podber: Harmonica on “I Don’t Want To Be A Soldier”
Mark Ross: Resonator guitar on “Long Gone;” harmonica, mandolin on “Utah Sounds Fine”