"Let Me Help You" opens the album and is led by a hectic solo that quickly sets the mood for this new album hairy Atlanta. The second title track takes us through his heavy country with fiddle, banjo etc .. "Rock & Roll Again" or rather rockin all over the world (John Fogerty)? to say the least disturbing, right? Then I love the passage: "I've Been Blinded By The Darkness Of Midnight .. Always I've Seen A Woman In The Moon .." and I much prefer to "Too High" that seems too cut out for US country radio; "Wish In One Hand" puts some power in this. An instrumental to "Bron-Y-Aur", "Randolph Country Farewell": no more .. listen instead "Slat Key Soquel Rag": Instrumental A number of BROTHERS Doobies. "No Way Back To Eden" is downright pumped (again) in "Black Water" Doobies! The Black Crowes abandoned their posts and Blackberry smoke with "Fire In The Hole" might replace them in the hearts of lovers of Southern rock.
In the end, an interesting album but too close to its glorious influences .. it will take for the next get out and really impose his style.