This album is getting heavy play at our house these days. If you get him started, Josh will marvel at the way it was recorded and describe to you the little details you might miss like, for example, that “they killed absolutely no transients on those drums…” (I assume this has more to do with production technique and less to do with whether or not any homeless people were harmed during the recording of the album.) I will say much less insightful things like, “Singing, good. Music, nice.”
It is soulful, and out of a different time, and too busy being awesome to worry about a bunch of post-production “sanitizing.” It sounds real and a little raw… like music should. Your ears should hear it.