Recorded at Stoneage Recordings in Trinidad, Texas. The album was engineered by the phenominal Billy Don Williams (who also plays on the album) and his finest studio musicians. Music like it used to be and should be.
Check out some of the buzz people have to say:
Eston LB has been around for a while and has established himself to be an excellent guitar player. Here, he shows us he can write, too. And this is not generic stuff, but an original infusion of country and blues where his humor has the ability to shine through even in the more serious moments on the record. "It gets lonely, when you're livin' all alone." It sure does. The artist has effectively borrowed from the greats like John Prine, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and Neil Young while also seamlessly infusing his own voice and considerable lead guitar abilities to ensure that we don't have just another derivative album, but one that is entirely Eston LB.
An Original ****
~ Bumpkin music ~
"What a great album you have created! I was listening along thinking what a great job you did with the songs and how much I liked it...then listened to "Grandma" and thought it was a hit for sure...then the album sucked me into a different place with "Those Days" & "It Gets Lonely"...Wow...absolutely love those two songs. They put me in an introspective dream state that was so awesome!...I really enjoyed all the songs. The singing and the lyrics are phenominal!"
~ Dave Marko, Dave Marko Productions ~