(Flint, LP, Columbia JC-35574, October 23, 1978)
Produced by Don Brewer, Craig Frost & Mel Schacher
Engineered by Mark Stebbeds
Recorded at The Swamp
Don Brewer—drums, percussion, lead vocals, background vocals
Craig Frost—piano, clavinet, organ, mellotron, keyboards, percussion, background vocals
Mel Schacher—bass, guitar, percussion
Ron Trombly—drums, background vocals on "Back In My Arms Again"
Chuck Rowe—clavinet on "Back In My Arms Again"
Mark Chatfield—guitar on "Back In My Arms Again"
Curt Johnson—guitar on "Back In My Arms Again"
Todd Rundgren—guitar on "Too Soon To Tell," "For Your Love" and "Keep Me Warm"
Frank Zappa—guitar on "Better You Than Me" and "You'll Never Be The Same"
The Swamp Horn Section
Jimmy Hall—saxophone, harmonica
'White Lightnin' (Jana Giglio)—background vocals
Billy Elworthy—guitar, vocals?
John Escosa II—guitar?
I don't know much about this band but apprantly it's some sort of offshoot of Grand Funk, with whom for some reason Frank also found it imperative to collaborate with. Does anybody have any clue as to how this unlikely team-up came to pass?
After Grand Funk broke up in 1976, band members Don Brewer, Mel Schacher, aand Craig Frost formed the group Flint and released this self titled LP in 1978. Frank Zappa and Todd Rundgren appear on this album. Grand Funk's bass player Mel Schacher plays lead guitar on three songs.
Here's an unofficial Flint site with a page full of information: