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|Studio album by Firefall|
|Recorded||Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida|
Firefall is the self-titled debut from Firefall which saw release in 1976.
- "It Doesn't Matter" – 3:31 (Chris Hillman, Rick Roberts, Stephen Stills)
- "Love Isn't All" – 4:13 (Larry Burnett)
- "Livin' Ain't Livin'" – 3:49 (Rick Roberts)
- "No Way Out" – 4:05 (Larry Burnett)
- "Dolphin's Lullaby" – 4:34 (Rick Roberts)
- "Cinderella" – 3:53 (Larry Burnett)
- "Sad Ol' Love Song" – 4:42 (Larry Burnett)
- "You Are the Woman" – 2:45 (Rick Roberts)
- "Mexico" – 4:17 (Rick Roberts)
- "Do What You Want" – 4:00 (Larry Burnett)
- Mark Andes - Bass Guitar
- Jock Bartley - Lead electric & slide guitars; Bigsby Palm Pedal guitar on "Livin' Ain't Livin"
- Larry Burnett - Electric & acoustic rhythm guitars, vocals
- Michael Clarke - Drums
- Rick Roberts - Acoustic guitars, vocals
- David Muse - piano, clavinet synthesizer flute, tenor sax & harmonica
- Joe Lala - congas timbales shakers tambourine finger cymbals & sand blocks on "Love Isn't All"
- Produced by Jim Mason of FREEFLOW PRODUCTIONS
- Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound, NYC
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