Guitarist and singer Luther Dickinson’s new solo record has a retrospective aura to it. Both musically and lyrically, Dickinson is looking back at his past exploits and reflecting upon them. The sound of the record is simple and a little raw. It’s all acoustic guitar, upright bass, drums, and some fife. It is more in the vein of his South Memphis String Band or Sons of Mudboy (dedication to his father, Jim Dickinson) rather than the heavy, loud sound of the North Mississippi All Stars...

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