Maybe his best
The album has a feel of singer-song writer about it. Even though there is some lovely support work from a band & some other singers in places (including the very good Kim Richey), the real impact is from Jason Isbell's fine singing and guitar work. There is a melancholy air over the album, with the songs dealing with loneliness, broken relationships, human flaws & the like.
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