Hayes Carll comes from Houston, and on a stripe traditionssikre slices have countrysangeren settled deftly into he spied the company of other texas troubadours as Kris Kristofferson, Townes Van Zandt and Steve Earle.
the Latter's sixth (!) ex-wife, Allison Moorer, forming Carll now pair with, and musically he has also come closer to his ideals.
Moorer has inspired two of the strongest songs on the Carlls sixth studio album, ’What It Is’, where he shows a new tenderness in the unconditional love songs ’None’ya’ and ’I Will Stay’.
the record is the songwriter's most varied so far, ranging from his distinctive, fortumlede countryrock of the closest to the soul of ’Things You Don’t Wanna Know’ to the world's probably first hillbilly-samba, ’Wild Pointy Finger’.
There is actually also a stylish comfort along the way.
Added common sense, and værtshushumor is Carll more politically engaged than usual for a quite entertaining slice, where he, however, continue to miss something fur on the vocal cords and the great songs to be able to measure up to the legends in the profession.
It can be the masterpiece will come, if Moorer returns to the Earle.
the Cover to Hayes Carlls 38 minutes long 'What It Is', part of which is produced by his fiance, Allison Moorer.