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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Easy To Slip
Guitar – Donney Dakus*Piano – John JarvisWritten-By – Martin*, George*
3:19
A2 Comin' Home To Jesus
Dobro – Josh GravesGuitar – Randy ScruggsHarmonica – Creeper Kurnow*Written-By – Terry N. Talbot*
2:42
A3 In My Dreams
Piano – Creeper Kurnow*Written-By – John Talbot*
3:09
A4 And The Time
Piano – Creeper Kurnow*Steel Guitar – Sneaky Pete KleinowWritten-By – John Talbot*, Terry Talbot
2:44
A5 Trail Of Tears
Guitar [Hawaiian] – David LindleyWritten-By – John Talbot*
3:47
B1 Over Jordan
Piano – John JarvisWritten-By – John Talbot*, Terry Talbot
4:32
B2 Moline Truckin'
Dobro – Josh GravesGuitar – Randy ScruggsHarmonica – Creeper Kurnow*Written-By – Terry N. Talbot*
2:12
B3 Come And Gone
Guitar – Donney Dakus*Harmonica – Creeper Kurnow*Written-By – John Talbot*
2:54
B4 Over Again
Harmonica – Creeper Kurnow*Steel Guitar – Sneaky Pete KleinowWritten-By – John Talbot*, Terry Talbot
2:56
B5 Carnival Balloon
Guitar – Donney Dakus*Harmonica – Creeper Kurnow*Piano – John JarvisWritten-By – Lee Clayton
3:25
B6 Hear You Callin'
Written-By – John Talbot*
2:06

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Recorded At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
  • Remixed At – Wally Heider Recording Studio, Los Angeles
  • Produced For – Jordan Productions, Inc.
  • Lacquer Cut At – Artisan Sound Recorders
  • Published By – Flying Arrow Publishing
  • Published By – Naked Snake Music
  • Published By – Resaca Music Publishing Co.

Credits

  • Art Direction – Ed Thrasher
  • Banjo – John Talbot*, Terry N. Talbot*
  • Bass – Leland Sklar
  • Design – Rod Dyer, Inc.
  • Drums – Russ Kunkel
  • Guitar – John Talbot*, Terry N. Talbot*
  • Liner Notes – Terry N. Talbot*
  • Photography By – Leandro Correa
  • Producer – Bill Halverson
  • Recorded By – Gary Ladinski*
  • Vocals – John Talbot*, Terry N. Talbot*

Notes

Produced for Jordan Productions
Remixed at Wally Heider Recording Studios 1 and 3, Los Angeles
℗ 1974
© 1974

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): (S40,703)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): (S40,704)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Hand Etched): BS-2767 40703-2 /C [Artisan logo] A 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Hand Etched): BS-2767 40704-2 /C [Artisan logo] A 2
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BS 2767 The Talbot Bros. The Talbot Bros. ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records BS 2767 Canada 1974
K 56039, BS 2767 The Talbot Bros. The Talbot Bros. ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records K 56039, BS 2767 UK 1974
BS 2767 The Talbot Bros. The Talbot Bros. ‎(LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl) Warner Bros. Records BS 2767 US 1974
SPR-1008 The Talbot Brothers* Reborn ‎(LP, Album, RE) Sparrow Records SPR-1008 US 1976


The Talbot Bros. - The Talbot Bros. album mp3
Performer: The Talbot Bros.
Genre: Rock / Folk, Country
Title: The Talbot Bros.
Country: Canada
Released: 1974
Style: Country, Country Rock
MP3 version ZIP size: 1898 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1331 mb
Rating: 4.8
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Nilabor
Terry Talbot and Brother John Michael Talbot formed a 60’s band named Mason Proffit who would influence a number of Country Rock bands like the Eagles. Mason Proffit had a number of spiritually based songs but when the band broke up in 1974, The Talbot Brothers continued on Warner Brothers Label with overtly Christian Lyrics.The Jesus Movement always had an influx of country rock and folk bands but none had the experience or professionalism at that point in Jesus People history then The Talbot Brothers. The record starts out with a great little tune called Easy To Slip that will get your toes a tapping with some frenzied banjo playing by John Michael, what a fun opening and a continued favorite today! Comin’ Home to Jesus is the next song that is a hand clappin’ salvation song that makes you feel like your in a radical church in the ozarks somewhere. The mellower tunes are full of harmony and soul searching. The track Over Jordan sounds like it could have been an Eagles hit back in the day. Moline Truckin’ a fun trucker song that gets a faster temper as it goes, is probably the lyrical oddball in the bunch and was left off the 1976 re-release from Sparrow Records who renamed the album Reborn. Carnival Balloon sounds like it’s straight from some honky tonk and the musicianship is really top-notch. Actually the whole album has popular studio musicians and John and Terry are no slouches playing banjo, harmonica, and guitars. I have listened to this album lately and the crafting of these songs are not only fun and meaningful but rank up there with some of the best country rock groups ever. Good luck finding this rare gem in its original form. It was Re released for a short time on LP as “Reborn” on a Christian Label. -MP