Peace On You was Roger McGuinn's second solo album after The Byrds went their seperate ways. His solo career hadn't really taken off the way it could have done, but still he was able to put together a solid folk-rock offering. It featured original songs co-written with lyricist Jacques Levy (who he had worked with for many years, including on much of the latter-day Byrds material), plus covers of songs by Charlie Rich, Al Kooper, Dan Fogelberg and Donnie Dacus. A large number of musicians assisted in the recording, including keyboardist Paul Harris, pedal steel guitarist Al Perkins, bassist Leland Sklar and drummer Russ Kunkel. Koooper, Fogelberg and Dacus all made appearances as well.
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