A1. “Betty’s Theme” (5:01)
A2. “Never Ending Melody” (5:19)
A3. “Grasshopper” (2:47)
A4. “Shanty Blues” (4:11)
A5. “Weedhopper” (3:32)
B1. “Razor J.” (2:25)
B2. “Snake” (8:37)
B3. “Kungfusion” (3:41)
B4. “Incense of Essence” (4:39)
Charles Earland — organ, electric piano, ARP Solina string synthesizer, producer, soprano saxophone
Eddie Henderson — trumpet, flugelhorn
Jon Faddis — trumpet, flugelhorn
Danny Moore — trumpet, flugelhorn
Victor Paz — trumpet, flugelhorn
Wayne Andre — trombone
Dave Hubbard — alto flute, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone
Patrick Gleeson — synthesiser
Cornell Dupree — guitar
Mark Elf — guitar
Keith Loving — guitar
Mervin Bronson — bass guitar
Darryl Washington — drums, tympanon
Billy Hart — drums
Larry Killian — percussion
Elvin Campbell — recording engineer
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