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The Best Thing

Joanne Shaw Taylor

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Herschel Boone, Vocal Producer, Background Vocal - Ryan Smith, Mastering Engineer - Al Sutton, Producer, Engineer, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Ron Otis, Drums, Percussion - Joanne Shaw Taylor, Composer, Lyricist, Guitar, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Chris Codish, Piano, Other - John Madison, Viola - Chala Yancy, Violin - James Simonson, Bass - Maurice "Pirahnahead" Herd, Arranger, Bongos - Joe Deller, Violin - Terena Boone, Background Vocal - Phil Hale, Piano, Other - Leslie DeShazor, Viola - Nancy Chaklos, Cello - Brandon Cota, Cello

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