Smith is an American songwriter living in the swamps of Annandale Virginia. More often than not he wields a wide eclectic brush painting songs in the genre they need to be painted in. However on this collection and on "The Human Wilderness", Smith stays in a genre what would later be known as Americana. These are Americana songs. Theses are up and down songs.
The players on the recordings are Steve Cooper on bass on background vocals and Steve Brigida on drums both of whom were the rhythm section of Northern Virginia's Artful Dodger. Smith sings and plays guitars.
Steve Cooper on bass on background vocals
Steve Brigida on drums
Jeff Smith guitar, piano (A Little Romance), drums (I Never Wanted You to Go)
Peter Bonta guitar on "I Never Wanted You to Go"
Pete Fields bass on "I Never Wanted You to Go"
Produced by Jeff Smith and Peter Bonta at Wally Cleaver's Recording
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