"Granddaddy So Hot
He Left Me In The Parking Lot
Kissin On The Blacktop"
Gibson's sophomore release solidifies the synth-twang brooding spookiness of his debut "All Hell" album, and also delivers a couple of stellar radio-friendly tracks.
"Won't You Climb" is appealingly 80s pop-country, and the slide steel funk of "Kissin' On The Blacktop" is absolutely irresistible.
Gibson has a unique (some would say "novel") voice that, to me, perfectly suits the tone of his work. For some listeners, Gibson's voice may be distractingly reminiscent of Brad Roberts (of Crash Test Dummies - remember them?)
Already in my top ten releases for the year.