Chris Landry & The Seasick Mommas “Two Ninety Three” (Turnup Records, 2019)

On their debut ‘One Fifty Five,’ Chris Landry and the Seasick Mommas found a proper balance between moody folk and Harvest-era country-rock. In fact, Stuart Rutherford’s pedal steel is at times reminiscent of the late Ben Keith. On their follow-up, ‘Two Ninety Three’ (both albums are named after addresses where Landry was living while the respective projects were written), the best moments occur when that balance is again met, although it happens less often this time around. Continue reading “Chris Landry & The Seasick Mommas “Two Ninety Three” (Turnup Records, 2019)”