Michael Lee Firkins
"Chapter Eleven" features more bluesy shred from ace guitarist Michael Lee Firkins, backed by Mike Van Der Hule (drums) and bassists Dennis Murphy and Terry Miller. "Chapter Eleven", which has some great songwirting, includes Firkins' originals such as "Hypno-5" and "Car-less Sonata", which are immediately identifiable as coming from this Nebraska-born talent. Firkins' playing is more introspective than on his impressive, self-titled debut, and he shows off some of his bluegrass influences on tracks such as "Big Red" and "B. H. Express". "Chapter Eleven", in summary, sets itself apart from Firkins' previous CDs, but retains his original sound throughout.
|03:40||B. H. Express||Instrumental|
|04:45||Baci Boy Blues||Instrumental|
|Michael Lee Firkins||Guitars, Production, Engineering, Mixing|
|Mike Van Der Hule||Drums|
|Terry Miller||Bass on Songs 6, 8 & 10|
|Wally Buck||Engineering (Drum Tracking)|
|Chris Collins||Engineering Assistance|
|Annie Calef||Art Direction, Graphic Design|
|William I. Hochberg||Legal Representation|
|Engineered at Hot Box, Novato, CA.
Drums tracked at Studio D, San Francisco, CA.
Mixed at The Plant Studios, Sausalito, CA.
Mastered at Future Disc, Hollywood, CA.