Tired Of Drivin' CD
On their first album Sex, Trucks & Rock 'n' Roll, Moonshine Reunion took a twisting path between rockabilly and Americana, establishing themselves among Europe's best Roots Rock band.
To raise the stakes, for their second release the band boarded the plane to Chicago, destined for Hi-Style Recording Studio under the supervision of Jimmy Sutton.
The trip certainly paid dividents, and the resulting Tired Of Drivin' album retains the quality of their debut, but packs more of a punch with the doghouse bass sounding bigger, and the amps have twang flying from their tubes.
Jimmy Sutton himself guests on baritone guitar and Alex Hall (Del Moroccos) appears on piano. No-one gets tired of drivin' with such roots rockin' riches blasting from the stereo.