“From an artist’s perspective, you couldn’t ask to be on a better label – as well as they treat their artists and the amount they’re willing to promote, stick up for their people, push their projects. You’re not getting that anywhere else.”
“It’s called ‘In The Mean Time’ because I’m still working on another album, ‘The Casual Fact,’ as I have been for the last 5 years. It’s almost done.”
There is not a bad song on this album. The vocals are brilliant throughout, and are vaguely reminiscent of Mavis Staples. Barriteau’s playing is clean, smooth, and delicate, always with a spark to it. Listeners can tell this gentleman really loves his work.
Roots musician Ben Prestage has recently come out with a diverse album that shows off his well-honed multi-instrument skills and broad southern roots influences