To me, Scott Tuma is a bit of a legend. From his days with the seminal Souled American to performing with Boxhead Ensemble his two incredible solo records, \"Hard Again\" and \"The River 1 2 3 4,\" there are few musicians with such a quality discography. I kept waiting for him to drop another solo record, but it never came. So when I learned that he\'d been working with members of Zelienople under the moniker Good Stuff House, I jumped at the chance to make contact. A few emails were exchanged, and 18 months later after the birth of Tuma\'s second child, \"Not For Nobody\" was finally ready.
It\'s been nearly five years, but the wait has definitely been worth it. \"Not For Nobody\" hits you hard, straight in the throat. These mostly-acoustic compositions, recorded with guitar, banjo, harmonium, and percussion among other instruments, are steeped in an elegance that few artists can master. \"Not For Nobody\" marks the triumphant return of a musician sorely missed. It is dripping with beauty and melancholy and hope for something better. This is an album for the ages.