Miles on the Rail
How can one not love the classic honky-tonk stylings in the vein of Buck Owens and Lefty Frizzell butting against the chutzpah of indie-rock luminaries like Green on Red and the Long Ryders? Toss in a guitar player who threads a line between Johnny Cash\'s Luther Perkins and the Replacements\' Bob Stinson, and a pedal steel player renowned far and wide for his swashbuckling style, and, brother, you\'re in high heaven.
\"If the Meat Puppets and the Flatlanders had a bastard love child their offspring would be the Grievous Angels.\" Michael Powell, Ft Worth Weekly
\"Fans of the Old 97\'s and Slobberbone\'s fiery brand of country-rock bludgeonings should give this disc a try.\" Malcolm Mayhew, Ft Worth Star-Telegram