is the first full-length album by the John Butler John Butler Trio, released 27 December 1998.
It was recorded at Studio Couch,
Fremantle and engineered by George Nikoloudis and Shaun O'Callaghan, mixed by Shaun O'Callaghan and George Nikoloudis and mastered by Shaun O'Callaghan and Richard Mahony at Studio Couch and Toad Hall.
All music and lyrics were written, arranged and produced by
John Butler, except for the words of the chorus in "Colours" which were from Sly and the Family Stone. 
With Jason McGann on drums and Gavin Shoesmith on bass, the first version of the group recorded the album in December 1998 which was launched at Mojos Bar in
Track listing [ edit ]
All songs written and composed by
John Butler, except where noted. 
(the words of the chorus are from Sly and the Family Stone )  9:05
"Under an Indian Sky"
Release history [ edit ]
Personnel [ edit ]
John Butler - resonator [Dobro] guitar, guitar [11 string], vocals
Gavin Shoesmith - bass guitar and double bass
Jason McGann - percussion
Credits [ edit ]
Arrangements, Artwork, Producer - John Butler
Artwork [Design, Layout] - Peter Nicol
Engineer, Mixer - George Nikoloudis, Shaun O'Callaghan
Mastering - Richard Mahony, Shaun O'Callaghan
Photography [Disc Pic] - Tony Gajewski
Photography [Photos Of John Butler's Art Pieces] - Danny Khoo
References [ edit ]