Depending on where one resides in North America the High Octane Blues-Rock contained in this Album can typically be heard blasting from a Battered, Mud Splattered, Pickup Truck or S.U.V that pulls up alongside at a traffic light. The Driver, usually dressed in worn Camouflage Hunting clothes and wearing Baseball cap, can be seen vigorously shaking his in time with the Beat. Of course this is a humorous Stereotype but the point is: This Collection's Country Rock with a strong Blues Accent is Musically Pure "Americana" in Essence. Listen for Minor Chords, Twangy Electric Guitar and even a touch of Gospel--Track #12. 'He's Got the Whole World(In His Hands)'and a Country Style Male Vocals. In my opinion this Album is READY AS IS for Air Play on any Country & Western or Country Rock Radio Station anywhere on the Earth--it's just that GOOD. ;)
Sometimes, I wished I had nine lives, and all because of the music. As for the itch, well, that is still a case to consider. Let's say that it depends where it would feel. Punning aside, here's one of those albums, that makes me feel happy to be alive right now. Very "listenable" from top to toe, I suppose that it won't be hard to fall into the grace of all those who enjoy blues with a rock penchant and some hardness in the sonority, more even considering that it comes also with a fairly good sound production attached. Thank you guys... you really rock.