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Jim Post ‎– I Love My Life - Mint- Lp Record 1978 USA Original Vinyl - Folk

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Jim Post ‎– I Love My Life
Mountain Railroad Records ‎– MR 52784, Mountain Railroad Records ‎– MR-52784
Vinyl, LP, Album
Folk, World, & Country
Show Credits
A1     Hot Summer Night     3:34
A2     I Love My Life     3:10
A3     Comfortable Feeling     2:57
A4     Crystal Ocean Tides     3:31
A5     Billie Jean Rose     2:06
B1     Stanley And Henry     4:19
B2     My Dreams Never Come True     2:25
B3     Grab Your Life And Run     3:23
B4     Waterfall Dream     3:09
B5     One Blessed Hour     4:19
Companies, etc.

    Distributed By – Flying Fish Records, Inc.
    Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mountain Railroad Records, Inc.
    Copyright (c) – Mountain Railroad Records, Inc.
    Recorded At – Sound 80 Studios
    Mixed At – Sound 80 Studios
    Mastered At – Sound 80 Studios
    Published By – Jim Post Music
    Published By – Bird Avenue Publishing Co.


    Acoustic Guitar, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar [Elelectric] – Lonnie Knight
    Acoustic Guitar, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, Backing Vocals – Jim Post
    Artwork [Inner Sleeve] – Jo Dosé
    Artwork [Mountain Railroad Label] – Gil Reid
    Drums, Percussion – Bill Berg
    Electric Bass, Acoustic Bass – Willard O. Peterson, Jr.
    Graphics, Design – Christine Usinger
    Harmony Vocals, Backing Vocals – Dick Pinney
    Mastered By – Bob Berglund
    Pedal Steel Guitar – Cal Hand
    Photography By [Back Cover] – Henry Smith (12)
    Photography By [Front Cover] – Jo Dosé
    Piano, Organ – Bill Barber (2)
    Producer – Jim Post, Stephen Powers
    Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Paul Martinson
    Synthesizer – Roger Dodger
    Technician [Studio Assistants] – Bernie Beaudry, Mike Sievers
    Written-By – Jim Post (tracks: A1 to B4)

Cat# MR-52784 on center labels, MR 52784 on spine.
Artwork inner sleeve with lyrics enclosed.

Dedicated with love to Bill Redhed
Steve Young appears courtesy of RCA Records