SiMcPherson’s debut album of twelve original songs recorded on vintage microphones will have rockabilly fans sitting up and taking notice. Many of the tracks are reminiscent of James Brown and a couple, like Dimes for Nickels will remind listeners of early Elvis. The title track is a delightful melding, think rockabilly channeling a bit of techno as the song builds with a strong guitar rift working in the background. A Gentle Awakening has a much slower, darker blues flavor while Scandalous evokes a Louie Armstrong feeling.Recorded using a 1960’s Berlant Ľ-inch tape machine, McPherson conveys shades of good ole country boy, Little Richard, Hip Hop and early R&R along with his own original take to create a timeless sound with broad appeal. This debut album promises more good things to come from this talented musician.