is the fifth studio album by the folk trio Speak The Roches, released in 1989 on MCA Records. The album features two singles which had accompanied videos, "Big Nuthin'" and "Everyone Is Good". Another track, "Nocturne", was featured in the 1988 film , which the trio did the soundtrack for and featured Crossing Delancey Suzzy Roche as the best friend of Amy Irving's character in the movie.
Track listing [ edit ]
"Everyone Is Good"
"In the World"
"I Love My Mom"
"Losing Our Job"
"Person With a Past"
"The Anti-Sex Backlash of the 80's"
"Feeling Is Mutual"
Personnel [ edit ]
Produced By The Roches And Jeffrey Lesser
Engineered by Jeffrey Lesser
Executive Producer: Teddy Wainwright
A&R: Marty Scott
Jeff Lippay: Assistant Engineer / Glen Zdon: Live Sound / Mastering: Grag Calbi, Sterling Sound, Inc.
Recorded and Mixed at RPM Studios, New York, NY.
Art Director: Toni Scott / Layout: Murray Brenman
Photography: Timothy White / Hand Lettering: Stephen Foster / Illustrations: Terre Roche
Musicians [ edit ]
Maggie Roche: Singing, piano, synthesizers, keyboard bass
Terre Roche: Singing, guitars
Suzzy Roche: Singing, synthesizers, guitars
Carter Cathcart: Piano on "Losing Our Job", synthesizer strings and horn.
Libby McLaren: Synthesizers, keyboard bass
Vince Cherico: Drums, drum programming, percussion
Fernando Saunders: Bass Guitar The Roches: Drum and synthesizer programming
Larry Fast: Additional synthesizer programming Jeffrey Lesser: Falsetto vocal (Don't blink or you'll miss it)
Dedications [ edit ]
Special Thanks to David Roche, Teddy Wainwright, Libby McLaren, Carter Cathcart, Vince Cherico, Glen Zdon, Elizabeth Rush, George Sheanshang and Ma & Dad.
Special Thanks to Jeffrey Less, Jeff Lippay and Marty and Toni Scott for making this possible.
Thank you, Mark Johnson and Ann Sachs - from Maggie.
Thanks to Martha Fay, Ilene Weiss, Karen Lashinsky, Merreta Schmeltzkopf & The Single Moms - Couldn't have done it without you! - and to Lucy Roche for teaching me about love - Suzzy
A very special thanks to my boyfriend, Cliff Fagin and to the memory of my girlfriend, Joanna Walton - Terre
This album is dedicated to Gram.