Grand Arrival

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Grand Arrival
Grand Arrival.jpg
Studio album by Bryn Haworth
Released 1978
Recorded Crazy Mama's, Nashville, 1975
Genre Folk, Gospel, R&B
Label A&M AMLH 68462
Producer Audie Ashworth
Bryn Haworth chronology
Sunny Side of the Street
(1975)
Grand Arrival
(1978)
Keep the Ball Rolling
(1979)

Grand Arrival is the third studio album by Bryn Haworth, released on the A&M Records label. The songs We're All One and Woman Friend were both released as singles (AMS 7361 and AMS 7371 respectively).

The album is now deleted from the A&M Records catalogue.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Bryn Haworth.

Side one
No. Title Length
1. "Come See What Love" 4:28
2. "Nothing Without You" 3:41
3. "Woman Friend" 3:00
4. "Moments" 3:00
5. "We're All One" 4:13
Side two
No. Title Length
6. "The Grand Arrival" 4:42
7. "Sing To The Lord" 3:42
8. "Full Day" 3:28
9. "Summer Wine" 4:28
10. "Beans on Toast" 4:43

Personnel[edit]

Musicians[edit]

  • Bryn Haworth – guitars (1,3,4,5,6,8,9,10), mandolin (2,7), harpolek (7), slide guitar (8) and vocals (all)
  • Jessie Boyce – bass (1,5,10)
  • Jerry Carrigan – drums (1,5,6,10), claves (1,5) and cowbell (6)
  • Bobby Woods – piano and keyboards (1,5,10)
  • Farrell Morris – percussion (1,9)
  • Billy Sandford – guitar (1,5,10)
  • Sam Bush – mandolin (2)
  • Courtney Johnson – banjo (2)
  • Curtis Burch – guitar (2)
  • John Cowan – bass (2)
  • Karl Himmel – drums (3)
  • Nick Rather – bass (3)
  • Hargus "Pig" Robbins – piano (3,4,6)
  • Buddy Emmons – steel guitar (3)
  • Don Everly – back-up vocals (3)
  • Ronny Light – high string guitar (3)
  • Tommy Cogbill – bass (4,9)
  • Buddy Harman – drums (4,7,9)
  • Halladay Sisters – vocal (5)
  • George Tidwell – trumpet (5)
  • Wayne Jackson – trumpet (5)
  • Dennis Goode – trombone (5)
  • Andrew Love – saxophone (5)
  • Billy Puett – saxophone (5)
  • Joe Osborn – bass (6)
  • The Imperials – harmony vocal (6)
  • Harold Bradley – high string guitar (8) and gut string guitar (7,8,9)
  • Ron Oates – keyboards (9)
  • Shelley Curland Strings – strings (4)

Production staff[edit]

Packaging[edit]

The original paper inner sleeve for the vinyl record carried the lyrics and credits on one side and was printed, on the other side, with a reverse silhouette of the sunrise in the shape of a flying dove.