I've listened to Yellowhammered
by the Alabama Gravy Soppers many times, but the music really hit
home during the hot summer time while I was helping with a friend's
political campaign. The raw, bluesy nature of the Gravy Soppers'
music just seems to transport the listener back in time to maybe the
Deep South in the hot, humid summer with the plot twists and turns
of a John Grisham novel. With very basic instrumentation and soulful
vocals, along with some old timey tunes, the listener can just let
their own blues drift away while moving to the kind of gut-string
feel of the Alabama Gravy Soppers.