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Wes McDonald

"...a marvelous slice of southern-tinged alt-rock"

"...McDonald mixes the warm dynamics of his earlier guitar-heavy pop with funk riffs that conjure visions of the Keith Richards-obsessed Jacobites imitating Boz Scaggs.

"...McDonald takes the haunting exuberance so reminiscent of Husker Du to a new level by playing his guitar as though he had logged a few miles backing up Bootsy Collins." Black & White Magazine

"...Whiskeytown combined with the slick and charming pop-rock vibe of Paul Westerberg or Morphine." - Flagpole

"...It's soulful crooning and soaring dynamics create an almost Muddy Waters sound that today's generation can appreciate. I'd say this is one of the better indie releases of the last year."

"...I recommend you pick up this album, drag your nastiest sofa out to the porch, crack open a cool Coors 16-ouncer and enjoy..." - Left Of Dial

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Wherever I Go
Day One