“All those Nilsson records are classic studio creations that really showcase the magic of getting great songs and musicians into the same room together,” waxed Psychic Temple frontman Schlarb, who has produced the likes of Mike Watt, Terry Reid, Swamp Dogg, and frequent Nilsson collaborator Jim Keltner. “We’ve cultivated our own little ‘Wrecking Crew’ of musicians and brought in drummer Danny Frankel, pianist R. Scott Dibble, bassist Anthony Shadduck, and George Madrid on pedal steel as the core band. We hired Philip Glenn and Matthew Proffitt to write the string and horn arrangements and tracked everything in three straight days.”
“I always wanted to record a Nilsson tribute album,” reflected Nighswonger. “His songs make me feel like I belong somewhere… like that line from The Point!, ‘if everything has point, well then I must have one too!’"