The brand new album released July 2010. Listen to WTMD to hear it and buy it at Record and Tape traders in Towson.
A few remarks about the record:
Baltimore radio 89.7 WTMD – “…a phenomenal collection from a band you need to hear”
www.bobharris.org readers say … “another consistently good album, but in particular Break my Heart with it’s achingly heartfelt boy-girl harmonies, Indiana with it’s gorgeous combined Piano, organ and Pedal Steel and the wonderful 3 song sequence Torture In The House Of God, Hanging Rope and Funeral Walk, which just has to be one of my favourite instrumentals ever”
Hearts, Roads, and Tears
The debut album from this Baltimore Five-piece band stirs together ”a rich mixture of Americana, blues, country, rock and possibly touches of other things deep and soulful to produce a collection of 10 songs that will take the listener on a journey far outside the grip of the cold, grey city. This is the music of wind-swept country plains and stretches of open road disappearing into a distant vanishing point.”
Through it all, Peter Wile’s (also guitar, harmonica) knowingly Southern drawl tells stories like a man who’s been there at the heart of every tale and the rest of the band (Gena Smith – guitar, slide, vocals, pedal steel; Corey Zook – guitar; Lance Smith – drums; Kevin Alban – bass) boils or smolders appropriately.