Nick Dittmeier & the Sawdusters (from the album All Damn Day available on Eastwood Records)
Promises tell of a return home in “Walking on Water” though Nick Dittmeier & the Sawdusters are hearing the beat of a piper leading them out on the highway on their recent release, All Damn Day. The title track trudges on gospel footsteps as All Damn Dayhammers Country Rock into the tune while the album watches Nick Dittmeier & the Sawdusters settle in a new relationship as they recall all the things that made a leaver out of a previous lover in “Love Me Like You Did”. As low as an American tale can dig into sad, the sons and daughters who capture the words manage to show a way out or shine the light of inspiration into dark corners. That is the model that Nick Dittmeier uses for his songs, fronting the Sawdusters as they pick a country tune of “Two Faded Carnations” and slide into Blues for “Trouble Song”.
All Damn Dayuse a heavy beat to rock “Head to Rest” and stokes electric heat into the guitars in “O’Bannon Woods” as Nick Dittmeier & the Sawdusters lay out “Many Stones” on a bed of acoustics.
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