A1. “New Street Blues” (2:59)
A2. “Didn’t I?” (3:42)
A3. “Mr. Universe” (2:50)
A4. “Mary Skeffington” (2:31)
A5. “The Long Way Round” (4:50)
A6. “Can I Have My Money Back?” (1:51)
A7. “Sign on the Dotted Line” (2:34)
B1. “Make You – Break You” (3:29)
B2. “To Each and Everyone” (2:46)
B3. “One Drink Down” (2:50)
B4. “Don’t Count Me Out” (3:49)
B5. “Half a Chance” (4:26)
B6. “Where I Belong” (2:03)
Gerry Rafferty — vocals, piano, acoustic guitar, backing vocals
Joe Egan — background vocals
Rab Noakes — acoustic guitar, backing vocals
Roger Brown — electric guitar, backing vocals
Zed Jenkins, Alan Parker — electric guitar
Rod King — steel guitar
Hugh Murphy — tambourine, backing vocals, producer
Tom Parker — keyboards, Hammond organ, harmonium, harpsichord
Henry Spinetti, Andrew Steele — drums
Johnny Van Derrick — fiddle, violin
Gary Taylor — bass guitar, backing vocals
John Whitehead — production co-ordination
Patrick — artwork
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