"...a tune such as their cover of Neil Young’s “Sugar Mountain” is quite good. The matching of Menser’s voice to the right material makes the song one of the album highlights.
Several other highlights are among the six originals that Menser contributed here. “Dreams Along The Way” is a medium-tempo glimpse at a life gone horribly wrong, while “Six Hours” recalls those folk ballads in which a phrase or word group, in this case “six hours,” becomes almost a mantra."
"These guys do that bluegrass thing – where instruments weave in and out, playing parts, stepping up front and receding, starting a phrase and letting another instrument finish it – very well. ... Energetic, tight, swinging – this isn’t over the top chops to the moon dawg music, not rockers indulging their short pants musical memories, this is the real thing: straight up bluegrass, well and heartily played."