Zach Williams Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Harp Robby Rigsbee Lead Guitar, Slide Barry Fowler Lead Guitar Red Dorton Bass, Backing Vocals Creed Slater Drums, Backing Vocals Josh Copeland* Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals (*played on Album only)
Review: Arkansas natives Zach Williams & The Reformation definitely have a Southern way about their sounds. At different times on this disc, they are almost effortlessly able to blend Rock, Blues, and Country in a seamless fashion. In doing so, they have created a disc that was meant to be turned up loud and sung along with when played.
The follow-up to their excellent Electric Revival, the band leaves nothing to chance. From the beginning, they are on their game in strong fashion, with the pulsating, guitar-drenched feel of “Gravy Train.” Zach’s vocals soar to the stratosphere here, and serve as an example of what this band can do. “Fool’s Moon” is one of those afore-mentioned tracks that could wind yo successful in many different genres. Other highlights include the Blues with a Capital B sound of “Rock ‘N’ Roll Me,” as well as the weary sound of “Motels And Highways,” as well as the Classic Rock wail of “The Fix.” It’s very tough to pick a best cut, because each songs on the disc works. However, I’ve got to say that the slow simmer of “Mason Jar” creates a dramatic vibe that will have you singing along at the top of your lungs by records’ end. It’s hard to fathom that it only took six days to record the album, but when you’re as good as these guys, I think it’s suffice to say that one knows what they are doing!
01. Gravy Train 02. Mason Jar 03. Fool's Moon 04. Moving On 05. Picture Perfect 06. The Fix 07. Motels and Highways 08. Rock'N'Roll me 09. PO Box and a Postcard 10. Wishing Well 11. Sky Full of Treasures