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- Bass – Denny Ball (tracks: 10-15, 18b)
- Compiled By, Producer, Research – Rob Caiger
- Drums – Cozy Powell (tracks: 10-15, 18b)
- Electric Guitar – Jimmy Page (tracks: 8)
- Engineer – Malcolm Toft (tracks: 1-9)
- Executive Producer – Ace Kefford
- Guitar – Dave Ball (2) (tracks: 10-15, 18b)
- Musician – John Grimley (tracks: 16-17), Sean Toal (tracks: 16-17), Tony Weir (tracks: 16-17)
- Photography By – Bobby Davidson (2)
- Piano – John Bromley (tracks: 12)
- Producer – Andy Fairweather-Low (tracks: 18), Frank Fenta (tracks: 12), Paul Clay (tracks: 12), Steve Rowlands (tracks: 16-17), Tony Visconti (tracks: 1-9), Trevor Burton (tracks: 18)
- Remastered By – Nick Watson
- Vocals – Ace Kefford
Unreleased 1968 album:
Recorded at Olympic Studios (17 May 1968) and Trident Studios (31 May-15 July 1968).
Mix produced by Ace Kefford, Tim Hunt & Rob Caiger Sanctuary Westside Studios (9-10 August 2003).
Engineered by Tim Hunt assisted by Mark Bishop.
The Ace Kefford Stand:
Track 10: previously unreleased.
Track 11: B-side to Ace Kefford Stand* - For Your Love, released 11 April 1969, then withdrawn.
Track 12: A-side as Big Bertha Featuring Ace Kefford - This World's An Apple, released October 1969. Recorded at IBC Studios. Produced by Frank Fenta & Paul Clay.
Tracks 13-15: all previously unreleased & recorded at Polydor Studios, London, 1968.
Tracks 16-17: MCA Records single MCA 265, released 1976. Produced by Steve Rowlands.
A-side The Lemon Tree - William Chalker's Time Machine (* misscredited in the booklet with cat.no. from The Lemon Tree - It's So Nice To Come Home), March 1968, Produced by Trevor Burton & Andy Fairweather-Low.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5050159179923