Beth Moore handles most of the warm and earthy vocals while playing various keyboards and handling the STAXY horn arrangements, while Chance McColl riffs on the guitar and does a few cameo vocals while leading a team of Joel Morris/dr, Tim Aucoin/b, Caleb Lattimore/tp, Christopher Alpier/ts and Declan Word/as through some swampy originals and a cover. Moore’s B3 hums as the team rocks on “Electric Fantastic while the upbeat horns lead by Lattimore as Moore’s voice is alluring on “Like a Symphony” and displays wanderlust on a take of Supertramp’s “The Logical Song”. McColl sounds a bit like Dr. John within his searing guitar working out the swamp feel on “If You Really Loved Me” while his guitar supplies Chuck Berry riffs on the boogie-ing “800 East” that has Alpier’s tenor chugging like aV8. The team sounds gospel inflected with a rich Nashville skyline on “I Remember Danny Gatton” with McColl supplying some inspired soloing by the juke joint legend, while Moore supplies thoughtful piano on the closing “Words”. Homespun homilies.