The Second album release by the Good Intentions, 'Someone else's Time' builds on the critical success of their first album, and delivers a second slice of their modern take on timeless American music.
recorded in LA with producer Rick Shea, a well respected musician and song writer in his own right, and long time member of Dave Alvin's band of 'Guilty Men', the songs emphasize the harmony vocals of R Peter Davies and Gabrielle Monk, supported by Francesco Roskell, with session musicians such as Brantley Kearns on fiddle( Dwight Yoakam, Hazel Dickens) David Jackson on bass and accordion, ( John Denver, Emmylou Harris) and of course Rick Shea on mandolin ,pedal steel and Dobro. Initially recorded by Dave Raven who also played drums ( Dave Grohl, Keith Richards, )additional instrumentation and vocals were added in Liverpool and mastered by Paul duGre. the album also features guest vocal by Eric Brace.
the music of the Good Intentions has been described by the Americana Gazette as 'country music like it used to sound when you were growing up' and if you love the sound of Gram Parsons and Emmylou, Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings then you will love the rich harmonies, superb instrumentation and timeless sound of this album. if you want to wander down the Lost Highway on the path your ancestors took, this album is your soundtrack