Connecticut artist Jeff Przech has a new record out entitled “Jeff Przech & The Outfit”. Przech’s new record encompasses a vibe of yesterday mixed in with today’s new sound. Needless to say, it was a refreshing change in music from what we have heard lately.
The first lead off track on the album and from what were told is also Przech’s first single is “Maribelle” and it was the track I gravitated to the most. The track features a dose of Telecaster twang and a rootsy, vintage vibe that is mixed with a slight husky voice that just works.
The next two tracks are “Cold November” and “Under Your Skin” which are nice additions to the album, having just repeatedly played the first track “Maribelle” multiple times. The following song “Coy” was one of my favorites as it was in reminisce to “Soulshine” by The Allman Brothers and that is a sound missing in music today. The other songs on the record have an obvious Mellencamp influence with the song writing and tone to the vocals. The instrumentation is nice and fitting for the tracks that helps the album flow well throughout.
The record finishes out with a cover of The Bands ever popular hit “The Weight”. The harmonies in the song, the guitar and keys make the cover a pleasant surprise to round out a very good sounding record by Przech. If you’re looking for something to put on as your driving down the highway with not a care in the world, give this one a shot, you’ll be glad you did.
The album is being released on April 6 and the single “Maribelle” is available now at iTunes.