Fauss, who was described in Vanity Fair as 'a cross between Steve Earle and Gram Parsons,' recorded the eleven new songs over five months in almost as many cities: Colleyville, Nashville, Dallas and Chicago. The record finds Fauss trading verses with Old 97's front man Rhett Miller on 'Eighteen Wheels,' a rolling barroom ode to long-distance trucking that simultaneously pays tribute to Fauss' myriad influences: Hank, Waylon, Willie, Cash, Dylan and Emmylou. The centerpiece may be Fauss' honest and austere rendition of the beautiful 2013 Phosphorescent track 'Song for Zula.'
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1 Another Town 3:25
2 A Natural End 3:24
3 The Big Catch Backing Vocals – Camille Cortinas Fiddle – Eric Neal 3:24