I should have written about this Tracy Huffman record months ago. I apologize to all parties involved. The record was produced by Charlie McGovern and recorded on an 8 track tape machine in Cosby, Mo (population 143). The music positively glows in a way that only an analog recording can. The dynamic range is huge although unlike most rock recordings you’ve literally got to turn this one up all the way to hear all the nuances.
“Pissin’ In The River” off of Pieces has a great almost acapella opening that quickly (d)evolves into a funky little honky tonker. Pick up Pieces (here) for yourself to hear one of the most unsung (and worthy) americana artists performing today.