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It was time to reach back to my roots and bring some guitar work back into the fold. I’ve went in search of some of the material that never made it out of the gate over the years. I also cover past songs “You Need Me” and “Goodthing” by my first band Morgan Stu
The power of the mix is a physical experience that hammers ones senses, propeled by an onslaught of guitar driven charge so classic but fresh and complete with a backbeat of compelling lock down.
The Flat Pinky guitar maturity is one unique delivery that promises BillStu old school guitar riffs with style and passion. This undertaking is striking enough to please any appetite craving a return to a guitar driven composition. Down and gritty vocal tenets with energetic performances put the icing on this sweet piece of reflection. Backed up and locked down by Teri Francis’s decree of “In the pocket bass grooves” along with drummer, Stuart Covington’s prowness to find his way into the meld all brings dexterity to the plan.