Except for the composers listed, all of the music was composed arranged and performed by George Andrix.
Except for voice and drums/percussion, the music was performed entirely on the viola (an 18 3!8 inch viola alto made by C Rautman in Braunschweig Germany in 1878).
The bass parts were played on the above mentioned viola, electronically altered to sound an octave lower.
The two electronic pieces (Wired and Electric Landlady) were played on the same instrument using various types of electronic distortion.
The music was arranged in the usual manner, parts copied, and then performed and recorded one part at a time.
One of the arrangements used as many as nine separate viola parts plus a bass (viola) part.
All of the arrangements allowed ample room for improvisation.
Two of the pieces (Skip It and Feeling Around) were entirely improvised.