a 'feelin groovy' new england folk/pop record from massachusett's woodford way. i say that because with a world weary and wry but smooth delivery and folky funky musicianship i was immediately reminded of paul simon from that transitional period of his career, between simon & garfunkel and the world pop explosion of graceland.
this is woodford way's first record with full band production but their third full length collection. pick up this and their earlier material from take this to heart records.
as bonus, here is woodford way doing an acapella cover of huey lewis's 'it's alright'