Latest from Alberta rancher/farmer, more bluesy, gritty country with well written songs and stories delivered in his gravelly baritone, Steve Dawson plays various guitars, pedal steel and dobro, Ana Egge contributes vocals on some tracks, John Reishman takes the mandolin while others have some effective moments, esp. Jerry Cook's sax. Lyrically not slinky or greasy, but definitely so musically like it might be coming from some dive on a hot, humid night. Fans of Ray Wylie Hubbard (sans his fascination with Old Scratch) should check this one out.