In the CD insert, a black and white photo gives a clue about the approach to standards Hersch and Frisell have chosen here: they're standing side by side with Hersch holding an upright fork in one more parody of Grant Wood's famous American Gothic
painting. Sophisticated songs treated in a mock "country boy" way, then. Both musicians simply turn around the melody in parallel lines on a light bouncing rhythm, sounding like good old times. Of course this wouldn't work if Hersch and Frisell didn't feel a sincere tenderness for the song and genuine nostalgia for its period. And so do they obviously feel, while remaining men of their time.
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