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“… The interplay between the musicians is surefooted and enthusiastic, recalling the work of players well accustomed to one another after a few years of playing roadhouses. Leahey’s songwriting is planted firmly in country-influenced roots rock, with melodies whose sunny side doesn’t undercut their emotional strength, and while many of the tunes here have a firm but easygoing country stride, such as “Flyover Country” and “Heart Off My Hands,” these guys don’t mind rocking out.”
“Country rock done proud with just enough Gram Parsons influence to provide the honky tonk cosmic American vibe but not too much to make singer/songwriter Leahey just another Flying Burrito Brothers super fan. Recorded quickly and predominantly live in a “semi-vacant 1930s movie theatre” during a productive three days, the songs and performances breathe with a rootsy realism that’s natural and organic. The tunes float, the guitars chime and Leahey’s unforced vocals keep the vibe fresh, vibrant and bracing, no easy feat in a genre overstuffed with less talented competitors.”