Forgive the Google translation from the Dutch:
In 2006 appeared “That What It Was They Became” the first musical piece of that coming from Virginia but for obvious reasons, operating out of Nashville singer-songwriter.
In “Beyond The Headlights” Miles will not only professional guidance of some excellent musicians such as guitarist Billy Sanford (Jerry Lee, George Jones, Waylon Jennings, Dolly Parton, ..) but is also his old friend Jack Sundrud (Great Plains, Poco) behind the production table. Miles duplication again some beautiful compositions that are situated in a varied musical triangle of country, western swing and folk.
“The road I’m on ‘lapping somewhat carefree further fine acoustic and electric guitars. ‘Sweet water’ does the same on vibrafoonklanken in a relaxing smooth jazz rhythm. ’7 Cent cigar blues “is a catchy” twostep blues “with a flamboyant blaze in the background section. “Dixie is the heart of me, … you can go but you can not leave the south” Miles murmurs in the full, rounded by a warm bass, organ and choir sultry ladies in Temperature fired ‘The South’ A beautiful and honest ode to the daily death live in the Southern States, all in the style of the acclaimed song smith Dan Penn.
“Maybe I shoulda ‘, that other song in collaboration with Sundrud came to houses in the same street where southern soul and country into embracing an addictive cocktail of bitter sweet aftertaste. Of the traditional “Samson and Delilah” We have heard more versions, but as Keith in the tender ‘Them dance hall girls’ special vulnerability of Allan Fraser shows clearly that he is still sparsely populated until the wreath is for musicians who can actually stir. Not spectacular musical delights. A weathered voice, acoustic guitar and violin or pedal steel in the background enough. Just listen to the valve itself composed “Memories of You” that washed away the last doubts and this wonderful CD masterfully quit.