After thirty years of composing, arranging and playing for others, (Most notably Chicago's Ides Of March) Scott May steps out on his own with an 11-song powerhouse of an album that reaches for (and gets to) most every corner of music, Clever wordplay combines with heaping bucketfuls of melody through Scott's distinctive voice and guitar. If you don't hear a song you like, wait until the next one, you'll get there. Scott composed and performed most of the tracks himself with some notable guests.
This music strikes a mood, gets under your skin, and makes you want to hear it again. And isn't that what it's all about?