This lovingly produced Cd frames the great American country/folk/rock tradition in a modern context-close harmony singing with a solid and sometimes adventurous back beat coupled with guitars that ring and growl in a cool contemporary fashion,in short the Mayocks at their best!
This record features Tommy Ardolino from NRBQ on drums on a number of tracks, as well as longtime Mayock''s drummer and friend Marshall Grossman channeling the Who, and Jonathan Lichtig, who does his best slightly mellowed John Bonham turn on Here I Go, a change of pace rock song with sitar flourishes. It Might be True is a great country rock song, with Ardolinos drumming and the perfectly meshed guitars of Chapdelaine and Mayock sounding like Gram Parsons fronting NRBQ.
Recent live performances have included guest appearances by Americana stalwart Will Kimbrough, former NRBQ wildman Al Anderson and CSNY guitarist Jeff Pevar, while the primary guitar seat in the band is occupied by Grammy winning producer-arranger-guitarist Jim Chapdelaine, who plays in Al Andersons current band.
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