11 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Daughn Gibson developed a love of country music while working as a truck driver; his stage name is a pun combining country pioneer Don Gibson and blues-rocker Stevie Ray Vaughn. A physically imposing man with a deep, rich baritone voice, Gibson recorded his second album with guitarists John Baizley (Baroness) and Jim Elkington (Brokeback), supplementing his own synthesizers, loops and samples. The 21st-century rockabilly gallop of the opening "The Sound of Law" and first single "Kissin on the Blacktop" bring the most energy, but the wistful pedal-steel-driven ballad "All My Days Off" is equally effective.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Daughn Gibson developed a love of country music while working as a truck driver; his stage name is a pun combining country pioneer Don Gibson and blues-rocker Stevie Ray Vaughn. A physically imposing man with a deep, rich baritone voice, Gibson recorded his second album with guitarists John Baizley (Baroness) and Jim Elkington (Brokeback), supplementing his own synthesizers, loops and samples. The 21st-century rockabilly gallop of the opening "The Sound of Law" and first single "Kissin on the Blacktop" bring the most energy, but the wistful pedal-steel-driven ballad "All My Days Off" is equally effective.

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