James Brown may have coined the phrase “the hardest working man in show business” but Stanley Brinks is surely the obvious heir to the title. It seems that if he’s not in a recording studio – his Fika Recordings bio says he’s recorded more than 100 albums, including numerous collaborations – then he’s touring, often small venues and house gigs, and his new album slots smoothly into that pattern. My Ass is the follow-up to last year’s Gin and as such is his fourth album with The Wave Pictures, the London-based trio of David Tattersall (vocals and guitar), Franic Rozycki (bass guitar) and Jonny Helm (drums), themselves no strangers to a similarly intensive studio/gigging lifestyle.
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Eleven tracks harboring alt-country instrumentation and arrangements, bluesy vocal licks, and rooted Americana lyrics and melodies that will suck you in for the duration of the entire album.
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