Travis Larson – Guitars and Keys
Jennifer Young – Bass
Dale Moon – Drums
Victor Wooten appears courtesy of Mom & Pop Wooten
All songs written by Travis Larson
Arranged by T. Larson, J. Young, D. Moon
Published by T.Larson Music / ASCAP
“Georgia on My Mind” written by Hoagy Carmichael and Stuart Gorrell (PEER Music, Ltd.)
Produced by Travis Larson and Jennifer Young
Recorded and Mixed at Avalon Digital Recording Studio, San Luis Obispo, CA
Engineered by Kip Stork and Travis Larson
Mixed by Kip Stork and Travis Larson
Mastered by Eric Conn at Independent Mastering, Nashville, TN
Victor’s Bass Recorded by Kurt Storey at the Fiddle House, Nashville, TN
Photography by Gil Larson
Travis thanks: Mom & Dad, Gil “multi-purpose” Larson, Kip Stork, the Youngs, Aaron Dobson, Eric “wish you were here” Conn, Dave Flores at Carvin, John Young at Ernie Ball, Dan McAvinchey at G9, Dan Ernst at Grand Performance, Mike & Ingrid Fagan, Michael (Mick) Cerda & The Project, Jen & Dale – The scariest rhythm section I’ve ever had the privilege to play with, and a big THANK YOU! to the people listening.
Jennifer thanks: Mom, Dad, and my bro – love you guys. Thank Gil, mostly for letting me use your board, Kip for being there every precious moment, Eric for everything as always, and Brent for saving our butts. Thanks Cathy, Lorne, and everyone at OWI, Greg and Bran, The Larsons and Mr. Dobson. Travis and Dale, what can I say? Finally, thank you Victor.
Dale thanks: Trav and Jen for your friendship and for magically creating the band I was always supposed to be in. To Kip for being involved in the madness again. Thanks to David Sears for your influence on my approach to the instrument. Thanks, as always, to Mom, Dad & Sis for always supporting me. To Lisa, for your love and patience during all of this (ain’t it glamorous)? Thanks, big time, to Steve and Howard at the Drum Circuit. You guys rock.
TLB collectively thanks: Victor Wooten, you inspire everyone. Thanks to Kip Stork, Eric Conn, Brent Christensen, Gil Larson, John Bartelt, Aaron Dobson, Bill Sanford, Gino Sagginario. Finally, a huge thanks to everyone at the shows. You share our favorite moments.
Fans of Dream Theater will really dig this band. They perfectly nail that synth/distorted guitar blend that is so wonderfully satisfying. At times the tracks get a bit too chaotic/messy, but there's still so much to love here and the first six tracks are simply incredible. These guys have me excited about the new generation of prog. And now I really want to be their singer, hahah. zacH