John Fairhurst - Guitars, Vocals, Bass on Pay Day.
Toby Murray - Drums.
Emma Divine - Vocals - Dance In The Pines, Saltwater.
Joe Strouzer - Harmonica on Breakdown, Who You Fooling, Black Cat & More More More and Saltwater and Backing vocals on More More More and Saltwater
Jago Whitehead - Drums and Percussion on ‘More More More’.
Luke Barter - Bass on Black Cat, Time Goes By, Breakdown.
Tim Loudon - Bass on Breakdown, Who You Fooling, No Shelter, I’m Coming Home, More More More, Saltwater.
Phil Jewson - Piano on Time Goes By and Who You Fooling.
Saul Wodak - Additional guitars and noises on Satwater and Breakdown.
Alex Beitzke - Bass on Dance In The Pines.
The Dean St Choir - Breakdown, Who You Fooling, Pay Day
Emma Divine, Shane Calpin, Joe Strouzer, John Fairhurst, Fabio Suttle,
David Prosser, Jaz, Delorean, Rebekah Bouche, Weston Gavin, Nick Cosenza, Paulie Cocadiz, Emily Cripps, & Graham Farnworth
Produced By Alex Beitzke and John Fairhurst
Mixed By Alex Beitzke
Recorded by Nathan Evans & Alex Beitzke at Dean St Studios, London and at a secret location in Bristol
Mastered by Ray Staff at Air Studios, London
All tracks written by John Fairhurst except Pay Day (John Hurt Smith) and Dance In The Pines (Fairhurst, Murray, Divine, Beitzke)
Artwork and Design
Neil Warburton - Photography, Artwork, Design and Layout
Thomas Fournier - Artwork
John Morgan - Photography
Ben Dowden - Black Cat
Becky Bell and Ben Hooper - Breakdown
Dave Prosser and Paulie Cocadiz - No Shelter
Special Thanks to...
Fabio Suttle, Jane and Dave Fairhurst, Paul Cartledge, Jamie Key, Connor Earley, Matty Organ, Dave Crowe and Andy Balcon (HeyMoonshaker), Pete Hogg, Dave Prosser and Paulie Cocadiz, Mike Goodden and all The Bimble Inn Crew, Peter Bullick at Sound Discs , all the venues and festival stages that we have played at, and last and most of all...all our fans for your support.. Cheers!
John Fairhurst truly epitomises the modern day wandering blues man. Stories of hunger, listlessness, roaming and reckless
abandon are just a prelude to John’s amazing story, something that can only be fully understood in the presence of the man. Hailed by many as the best guitarist in Britain and nominated in The British Blues Awards 2013 for Best Original Song....more