Twelve songs of life and circumstance through the eyes of Southside Johnny and his roadworn troubadours, The Poor Fools. Tales of lost love at the border (Mexicali Waltz); the celebration of The Good Life from a life of making music (So Good); situational confusion in a seedy hotel room (Blood From A Stone); and a stone cold Chicago Blues treatment of a Dylan Classic (Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues).
The Poor Fools sing of ramblin' on (Soon I Will Be Gone), dysfunctional family fun (Randy Newman's Old Kentucky Home), the sense of unsaid trouble in paradise (Beneath Still Waters), and also lay down some home-fried swamp Rhythm & Blues (Down Home Girl/Something You Got).
Multi-instrumentalists and singers, all—musically, The Poor Fools ride the Mystery Train to wherever it takes them, and you'll probably wanna jump on for life to join em'.
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 05 February, 2013.