Producer: Norbert Putnam
Original Vinyl Information:
AB-990, ABC Records. Embossed album cover with gatefold featuring many photos. Band credits on back cover. Lyrics and additional notes on sleeve. Orange ABC Records label.
Re-issued Vinyl Information:
MCA-37150, MCA Records. Gatefold eliminated and a plain white sleeve takes the place of the creative lyric sheet found on the first pressing. Credits and notes on back cover remain. This reissue contains an extra track not credited on the label. This is a short acoustic reprise of the song “Changes in
Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes.” This album can be distinguished because it does not have a gatefold cover. Also, original copies have the N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, NW symbols from the compass on the cover embossed in the cardboard, the reissue has them printed in ink. This short, extra track makes CILCIA the only MCA vinyl reissue sought out by collectors.
Original CD Information:
MCAD-31070, MCA. “Compact Disc, Compact Price”. No liner notes or photos beyond front cover, which contains the same logo in the bottom right corner found on Living and Dying in 3/4 Time and One Particular Harbour..
Re-issued CD Information:
MCAD-10951, MCA. Ultimate Master Disc gold CD. Skimpy liner notes.
Two-on-One CD Information:
MCAD-5875, MCA. Very comprehensive liner notes for both Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes and Havana Daydreamin’. Out of print. MCA cut “In The Shelter” to make it all fit.
Strings on “Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes” and “Biloxi” arranged by: Norbert Putnam
Strings on “Tampico Trauma” and “Banana Republics” arranged by: Norbert Putnam and Michael Utley
Flutes and Recorders on “Margaritaville” by: Michael Utley, Composed Poolside in Miami
Concert Master:Shelley Kurland
Road Manager: Mike “Wheezer” Wheeler
Engineer: Marty “Sound Sculptor” Lewis
Assistant Engineer: Alex Sadkin
Photography: Tom Corcoran, Jane Slalsudl and Don Kinkaid
Art Direction: Frank Mulvey
Design: Tim Bryant/Gribbitt
Recorded at: Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida and Quadraphonic Sound Studio, Nashville, Tennessee – November 1976
Special Thanks to the men behind the scenes, Richard Holcomb, Phil Massey, Clint Gilbert and Steve Vaughn
Management: Don Light
This album is Dedicated to The Coral Reefer Band. Boys it’s been a long time comin’
I would like to thank Mike Wheeler, Phil Massey, Rick Holcomb, Clint Gilbert & Steve Vaughn who take care of the Day-to-Day work which enables us to work with ease. Cindy Johnson and Jeri Jenkins of Home at last in Miami for Food & Shelter. Don Light & Herb Belkin; Frank Mulvey for a great cover design. Stan Goldsten, and the people at Mauua. And to everyone who enjoys listening to my music as much as I enjoy playing it. I guess that covers it till next time.
Aboard the Eudaurm-Coconut Grove, Florida
December 20, 1976
Liner Notes courtesy BuffettRemasters.com