A portion of the proceeds from sales of CASH ON DELIVERY are donated to Vanderbilt University Medical Research Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
Personnel: Col. Jim Silvers, Marco Di Maggio, Laurie Lewis, Paul King (vocals, guitar); Phil Lee (vocals, harmonica); Faye Pierce, Tony Reflex (vocals); Richard Bennett (guitar, bouzouki); Kenny Blackwell (guitar, mandolin); Barry Tashian (guitar, background vocals); George Paras, Kirk Mosher, Steve Wilkerson (guitar); Roy Rogers (slide guitar); Mark Thornton (gut-string guitar); Tom Rozum (mandolin, background vocals); Darol Anger (violin); Ed Neff (fiddle); Jon Wahl (harmonica); Carolyn Cirimele (accordion); Todd Phillips (acoustic bass); Dennis Crouch (upright bass); Kenny Malone (drums, percussion); Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz, Ken Coomer, Mat Young, Billie Lee Lewis (drums); Barry & Holly Tashian (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Col. Jim Silvers; Tom Size; Laurie Lewis; Mark Miller ; Mark Greene.
Recording information: Grandma's Warehouse; Greene Room; Jack's Tracks, Na; Red Rooster Studios; Tamtam Studio, Florence, Italy; The Tone Chaparral, Nashville, TN.
Unknown Contributor Roles: The Cod Express; Faye Pierce; Laurie Lewis; Richard Bennett ; Russell Means; Schankman Twins; Simon Stokes; Wayne Kramer ; Brantley Kearns.
Arrangers: Richard Bennett ; Wayne Kramer .
CMH's Cash on Delivery: An Alternative Country Tribute to Johnny Cash may not consist entirely of alt-country stalwarts -- Wayne Kramer isn't alt-country, even if he's performing alt-country -- but it does feature a strong lineup (Laurie Lewis, the Dimaggio Bros., the Schankman Twins, COD Express, Phil Lee, Lone Prairie) delivering interesting, unexpected twists to familiar songs ("Hey Porter," "I Got Stripes," "Tennessee Flat Top Box," "Jackson," "Don't Take Your Guns to Town," "Ballad of Ira Hayes"). It may not be a record that you play more than once or twice, but it's one of the more enjoyable tribute albums of 1999. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine