Band of Heathens, ‘Sunday Morning Record’
An Austin fixture for the better part of the last decade, this foursome now has a little Fort Worth mixed in: Richard Millsap, son of legendary guitarist Dave Millsap, joined the band last year and appears on his first studio effort with the band here. Joined by bandmates Ed Jurdi, Gordy Quist and Trevor Nealon. The follow-up to 2011’s Top Hat Crown & the Clapmaster’s Son was produced by George Reiff and Steve Christensen at Austin’s Finishing School and Estuary Studios, these 11 songs meander between rock, blues, soul and country ( Ricky Ray Jacksoncontributes some beautiful pedal steel to One More Trip) without choosing one side over the others. It’s a subtly polished piece of work.
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