There has been a wealth of great music coming out of Nashville the past few months, much of it overlooked by the mainstream music publications and record buying public. Still, talents like Todd Snider and Tommy Womack continue to amaze by delivering great work. I recently had the enjoyment of reviewing Womack's Now What!
album for Blurt
sequel than a bookend to the desperate "Hail Mary" pass that was There, I Said It!, Womack's Now What! imagines a career beyond the
soul-destroying 9 to 5 dead-end the singer saw himself trapped in for the rest
of his miserable existence. Displaying a disarming optimism
amidst the introspective double-clutching and romantic daydreams than
previously, Now What! offers up more
of what Tommy Womack does best - working class blues from the street-view seats
of the restless American dream."
Check out the rest of the review on the Blurt magazine website
Labels: CD review, Tommy Womack