George Kilby Jr. – Six Pack

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George Kilby Jr. and his long-time co-conspirators The Road Dogs – along with some special guests – have crafted a six-single collection of Kilby’s brand of “rough-cut American music.” The result is Kilby’s new Six Pack, packed with tunes as rootsy as the art on the album’s cover (created by his wife Katy Keen, by the way). The mix is tasty; both eclectic enough to catch your musical palate no matter how you like your tunes, but bound together by Kilby’s trademark real-as-hell flavorings.

Kilby’s reflective “When The People Sang” has a little Doug Sahm vibe going on, thanks to Road Dog Neil Thomas’ lovely accordion work (complemented by some sweet fiddle from guest buddy Tim Carbone). Kilby and guest pickers Brian Shafer and Joe Andrews strap on their six strings for the nicely-crafted “Something I Can’t Find” – one for the headphones, for sure. “Cro-Magnon” will make you smile and make you think, with Road Dogs Arturo Baguer (bass) and Eric Halvorson (drums) laying down a sunny Sunday afternoon rhythm highway for Kilby’s darn-tootin’ ruminations to roll along on.

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