Paul Isaac has drifted from band to band and session musician to session musician, but it appears as if he has found his muse with Red Thunder. In this new ensemble Emma Eddy plays the fiddle, and supplies backing vocals while bassist John Gusky's inspired bass lines round out the sound. Guitarist Mike Slomowicz's playing will leave nothing to the imagination; and finally Red Thunder is anchored by the beats and backing vocals of Brendan Fitzgerald. Isaac is most famously known for his acoustic, and deep singer-songwriter style which is brought to the forefront by Red Thunder. The new album, Broken Flowers incorporates the days when Isaac was a solo artist and his Sadsburry Count Limits days, but the sound is clearer, more focused with this band. You will also find more up-tempo, but equally as prolific songs on Broken Flowers, as compared to Sadsburry.