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Title - Greener Pastures
Artist - The Waymores

For those unaware, married duo The Waymores are from Atlanta, GA and last year they headed to LA to record a few cover tunes with producer Shel Talmy (The Who, The Kinks, etc.) and things went so well they returned in January to record a full album.

Here on their upcoming new album Greener Pastures (due out August 25th, 2023), the covers include the John Prine/Keith Sikes track You’ve Got Gold and Buck Owens and Dusty Rhodes’ Under Your Spell Again.

Of last year’s Stone Sessions EP, Vintage Guitar said “While 21st-century Nashville pays lip service to this timeless sound, the Waymores keep it alive” and the Austin Chronicle said “The Waymores… combine the bright and brash like June Carter and Johnny Cash…”.

1. Under Your Spell Again
2. Flashbacks of a Fool
3. You Got Gold
4. Time to Ramble
5. Greener Pastures
6. Don’t Worry
7. But I Don’t
8. Hill Country Waltz
9. She’s Gone
10. Tavern Time

This upbeat, magnificently-hued and just darn tottin’ fun to listen to new album opens on the gentle twang of Under Your Spell Again and the melodically rhythmical Flashbacks of a Fool and then continues onward with the rousingly jaunty You Got Gold, the mid-tempo ballad Time to Ramble and then we get the sentimentally buoyant Greener pastures.

Along next, an aching yearn can be found veined throughout Don’t Worry, and that is in turn followed by the encouraging But I Don’t, the aptly-named Hill Country Waltz, the album rounding out on the rambunctious She’s Gone, closing on the cheery Tavern Time.

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