Alto Saxophone, Flute, Piccolo Flute, Alto Flute, Bass Flute, Clarinet – Paul Horn Arranged By, Organ – Tom Scott Backing Vocals – Carmen Bryant Kneddy*, Kathy Collier Bass – Max Bennett Cover, Artwork, Design – Glen Dias Drums, Percussion – John Guerin Electric Piano – Joe Sample Engineer [Assistant] – Milt Calice Guitar – Larry Carlton Guitar [Additional] – Roger Johnson (3) Percussion – Rubens Bassini Producer, Liner Notes, Engineer – Henry Lewy New Age flute and saxophone player Paul Horn goes soul/fusion jazz-funk with a collection of choice covers of some of the best Stevie Wonder, David Crosby, Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez, and David Batteau tunes. The album was produced by unsung music hero Henry Lewy, who worked closely with Joni Mitchell on 13 albums and also produced ISC favorites Heart Food by Judee Sill and Batteaux by the Batteau brothers. Read more about Lewy here. The entire album is pretty great from start to finish with Horn never going too heavy into New Age, avant-garde, or shred flute jazz territories. Personal favorites include the Innervisions cut “Visions,” CSN classic “Guinnevere” and breezy Batteaux “High Tide.” Recommended – A2 Guinnevere, A3 High Tide, B2 Visions Tracks: Too High / Guinnevere / High Tide / Long Time Gone / Blue / Chelsea Morning / Visions / Song With No Words / Dida / Living For The City