Discographies occasionally list this music group as Ever Contact Ready, and occasionally attribute their singular discharge (also titled Ever Contact Ready) to 1, some, or every one of the music artists on the saving. A supergroup of kinds, the band highlighted Chris Hillman (ex-Byrds, Traveling Burrito Brothers, Manassas), Bernie Leadon (ex-Eagles), and Jerry Scheff (an associate of Southern Pacific, and program bass participant on many well-known pop and rock and roll recordings), in addition to singer/guitarist/dobro participant Al Perkins (ex-Flying Burrito Brothers, Manassas) and fiddler/guitarist/mandolinist David Mansfield (ex-Alpha Music group). Although these were most famous because of their rock and roll and pop information, on Ever Contact Ready they trapped solely to traditional-styled bluegrass and gospel/Christian-themed tracks. This wasn’t as a lot of a shock as some who understood the music artists limited to their even more prominent commercial function may have guessed; Hillman and Leadon have been bluegrass music artists before getting into rock and roll, both playing bluegrass within the Scottsville Squirrel Barkers back the first ’60s. Due to the fact the record consisted completely of traditional tracks and materials by outside authors, however, Ever Contact Ready appeared like a aspect project, enabling the music artists to express edges of the musical origins and religious values that were not necessarily evident within their more commercial efforts.