Antelope is a ghost town in rural Saskatchewan, Canada near Mark and Colin's home town of Herbert. Antelope is Massey 44's debut album and was recorded live off the floor. Massey 44 is: Mark Penner: vocals, acoustic and resonator guitars, and harmonica Colin Schindel: electric and acoustic guitars. Backround vocals on May Love Shine and On That Golden Shore by Karla Mundy, Keona Mundy and Norah Rendell. All songs written by Mark Penner except Losing You; lyrics by George Janzen, and Antelope; lyrics and music by Bob Jamieson. All songs arranged by Mark Penner and Colin Schindel. Recorded, mixed and mastered at Red Crow Studios, Vancouver, BC, Canada, January - March 2005. Engineered, recorded and mastered by Victor Smith. Mixed by Victor Smith and Tim Readman. Produced by Tim Readman for Big City Productions. Cover design and layout by Steve Loxley. Manufacturing by Precision Sound Corporation. Cover photograghy by Mark Penner and Steve Loxley. BIG THANKS to: Victor Smith, Sonja Delgado, Steve & Christina, Neil & Keona, Karla, Norah, Ali & Courtney and the staff at the Montmartre Cafe, Angela, Karen, Daniel, Art & Carol, Dave & Jen, Jody, Denny, and family & friends in Saskatchewan. SPECIAL THANKS to: Tim Readman for making this project possible and for his commitment to the local music scene in Vancouver. Thanks to George and Bob for the songs! Colin dedicates this album to the memory of Granville Schindel. Mark dedicates this album to the memory of Elisabeth Penner.