Veteran singer-songwriter Olney has been one of Americana's most prolific performers for more than three decades now, delivering his moodily memorable reflections on the human condition with an eloquence and honesty which has earned him the admiration of such illustrious peers as Emmylou Harris and the late great Townes van Zandt. Nashville session legend Charlie McCoy brings his harmonica expertise to bear on a fine set as Olney and his excellent band revisit back catalogue gems such as "Border Town" and "Running From Love" alongside some thought provoking new material and a rootsy cover of The Zombies' 1965 hit, "She's Not There."