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|Studio album by Don McLean|
|Recorded||Regent Sound Studios, New York City|
|Don McLean chronology|
|Rolling Stone||(positive) link|
All tracks composed by Don McLean except where indicated.
- "Winter Has Me in Its Grip"
- "La La Love You"
- "Homeless Brother"
- "Sunshine Life for Me (Sail Away Raymond)" (George Harrison)
- "The Legend of Andrew McCrew"
- "Wonderful Baby"
- "You Have Lived"
- "Great Big Man"
- "Tangled (Like a Spider in Her Hair)"
- "Crying in the Chapel" (Artie Glenn)
- "Did You Know"
- Don McLean: vocals, acoustic guitar, banjo
- Richard Tee: keyboards
- Hugh McCracken: guitars
- David Spinozza: guitars
- Willie Weeks: bass guitar
- The Persuasions: backing vocals
- Andrew Smith: drums
- David Carey: percussion
- Arthur Jenkins, Jr.: keyboards
- Ralph MacDonald: percussion
- Yusef Lateef: flute
- Pete Seeger: backing vocals
- Willis Jackson: tenor saxophone
- George Duvivier: bass
- Kenny Vance: backing vocals
- Cissy Houston: backing vocals
- Renelle Stafford: backing vocals
- Ned Albright: backing vocals
- Steven Soles: backing vocals
- Deidre Tuck: backing vocals
- Linda November: backing vocals
- Joel Dorn: backing vocals
- Helene Miles: backing vocals
- Arlene Martell: backing vocals
- Marlene VerPlanck: backing vocals
- Jerry Teiffer: whistling
- Norma Holes: backing vocals
- Strings: Al Brown, Selwart Clarke, Emanuel Vardi, Sanford Allen, Joseph Malignaggi, Avram Weiss, Diana Halprin, Charles Libove, Harry Cykman, Emanuel Green, Harry Lookofsky, Matthew Raimondi, Kermit Moore, Charles McCracken, Max Ellen, Max Pollikoff, Gene Orloff, David Nadien, Kathryn Kienke, Julius Schachter, Harold Kohon, Julius Held, Guy Lumia
- Horns: Joe Wilder, Garnett Brown, Wally King, James Buffington, Jonathan Dorn, Billy Slapin, Seldon Powell, George Barrow, Charles Williams, Charles Fowlkes, Dany Moore, Peter Gordon, Ray Alonge, George Marge, Brooks Tillotson
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