It's trying to be real cool
So I won't take the chance and turn you off. . .
And not to get to know you, just because of love,
That makes me come on slowly
In an underground railroad
station, just out of the rain
So much depends on the six o'clock train and a girl. . .
with green eyes
This album was recorded on
Tuesday and Wednesday, April 5th and 6th, 1977 in Nashville, Tennessee
at the Sound Shop, right next door to the
Hall of Fame, Motel (just like the last one.) Mike melford did the producing and coordinating and wrote out the number charts, Rich Adler did
the engineering, Benny Martin played the fiddle, Sam Bush, the mandolin, Buddy Emmons, the steel guitar; Roy Husky Jr., Accoustic Bass,
Henry Strzelecki, Electric Bass, Hargu "Pig" Robbins and David Briggs, the piano, Kenny Malone and Larrie Londin, the drums, Jimmy Colvard,
electric and acoustic guitar, and the old trapper himself, Curly Seckler, sang the harmony parts.
The cover photograph is by Michelle Kingsley, the liner photograph by Bill Dibble.
We can boogie over here,
We can boogie over there,
Come on babe,
We can boogie everywhere
Direction: Keith Case
Stone County, Denver, Colo.
I used Doc Cullis' Low Banjo again and a Gibson I borrowed from George Gruhn after the airline broke mine on the way to the session.
All of these songs are original
except for "In Sara's Eyes" and "Don't Try and Hide Your Tears From Me"
co-written with Marie Barrett, and the
melody of "Cuckoo's Nest" which I heard first from Charlie Collins. These songs were all published by John Hartford Music, BMI, except for
"Gentle On My Mind", "Boogie", & "The Six O'Clock Train and a Girl With Green Eyes" which were published by Ensign Music, BMI.
It isn't that I wouldn't want
to make it all come true
Baby if I had the chance to be alone with you
It's watchin' how you operate, when the chips are down,
That makes me come on slowly.