Musicians on “Random Pandemonium”

Pandemonium: Justin Amaral, drums; Ryan Medora, bass; Danny Parks, mandolin, baritone guitar; Shawn Pody, background vocals

Sloth baby Mole baby: Chris Donohue, bass; Pat McInerny, drums, percussion; Francie Smith, background vocals;
Josh Scalf, trombone

Second Song: Justin Amaral, drums; Dave Francis, bass; Rowan McCoy, vocalist; Jen Gunderman, accordion

Binky: Tom Mason, guitar; Dave Spack, percussion; Kelsey Mire, bari sax, bass clarinet; Dave Francis, bass

Bed Bug Boogie: Dave Francis, bass, finger snaps; Pat Bergeson, guitar; Pat McInerny, drums; Oscar Utterstrom, trombone; Cindy Shelton & Francie Smith, background vocals

Gonna Get Old (Holt): Rowan McCoy, vocals; Pat McInerny, drums; Josh Scalf, trombone; David Earl, saxes; J. Albert Brown, Sr & Jermaine Johnson & Josh Scalf, background vocals

Lost My Voice: Ryan Madora, bass; Emmet Ientilucci, drums; Pat McInerny, percussion, Danny Parks, mandolin; Kim Keyes & Gene Miller, background vocals

Bananas and Cat Food: Pat McInerny, drums; Oscar Utterstrom, trombone; Mitch Reilly, sax; Randy Leago, sax; Francie Smith, background vocals

School Bus: Emmett Ientilucci, drums; Gary Lunn, bass; Josh Scalf, trombone; Jovan Quallo, sax; Nick Haynes, trumpet; Francie Smith & Rowan McCoy, background vocals

Random Cow: Justin Amaral, drums; Dave Francis, bass; Jen Gunderman, piano; Josh Scalf, trombone; Jovan Quallo, sax; Nick Haynes, trumpet; Randy Leago, sax; Francie Smith, Roma Smith, Pat McInerny, Rowan McCoy, Josh Scalf, Charlie Kavanaugh, moos

Dreamland: Jen Gunderman, piano; Joe Murphy, tuba; Mitch Reilly, clarinet; Kim Keyes & Gene Miller, background vocals

Home Grown Tomatoes (Clark): Maria Kowalski, violin; Oscar Utterstrom, trombone; Neil Konuchi, tuba; Danny Parks, banjo

Let the Rain (Holt): Pat McInerny, drums, percussion; Ryan Medora, bass; Danny Parks, mandolin; Maria Kowalski, violin; Kim Keyes & Gene Miller, background vocals

Artwork by Peter Crosby, Aimee Tucker, and Kim Russell (Wahoo Designs), “Bed Bug Boogie” artwork (that inspired the song) by Kristin Miller McBride

Title we didn’t use: “Posthumously Optimistic”

Engineered by Marv Treutel

Songs written by Bill Crosby (except where indicated)

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