1971 John Stewart – The Lonesome Picker Rides Again

The Lonesome Picker Rides Again is the fourth album by folk musician John Stewart, former member of the Kingston Trio, released in 1971. The album contains Stewart’s own recording of “Daydream Believer”, a song he wrote for The Monkees. Their version was released as a single and hit the number one spot on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in December 1967, remaining there for four weeks.


1  Just An Old Love Song (John Stewart) 03:28
2  The Road Shines Bright (John Stewart) 02:40
3  Touch Of The Sun (John Stewart) 02:55
4  Bolinas (John Stewart) 03:19
5  Freeway Pleasure (John Stewart) 03:14
6  Swift Lizard (John Stewart) 02:35
7  Wolves In The Kitchen (John Stewart) 03:11
8  Little Road And A Stone To Roll (John Stewart) 02:53
9  Daydream Believer (John Stewart) 03:34
10  Crazy (John Stewart) 03:32
11  Wild Horse Road (John Stewart) 02:49
12  All The Brave Horses (John Stewart; Buffy Ford Stewart) 04:33



BassLeland Sklar
BassArnie Moore
BassBryan Garofalo
DrumsRuss Kunkel
GuitarChris Darrow
GuitarFred Carter
GuitarMichael Stewart
Steel GuitarBuddy Emmons
PianoGlen Hardin
PianoLoren Newkirk
PercussionKing Errisson
Background VocalsThe Dumptrucks
Background VocalsArnie Moore
VocalsBuffy Ford Stewart
VocalsJohn Stewart

Liner Notes

Producer – Michael Stewart
Engineer – Richard Sanford Orshoff, Ron Malo, Ray Thompson
Mixed By – Ron Malo
Orchestrated By – Jimmie Haskell

Art Direction – Ed Thrasher
Photography By – Henry Diltz

Recorded At – Western Recorders
Recorded At – Crystal Sound
Recorded At – Chuck’s Cellar
Recorded By – Wally Heider Recording
Mixed At – Independent Recorders
Produced For – Lonesome Picker Productions
Record Company – Warner Bros. Inc.
Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.