This talented stringband from Michigan (near the Raisin River) has released their fourth recording, and they have never sounded better. Drivin' is a collection of 13 songs and tunes that span about one century of American music. In addition to the outstanding original contributions from band members David Mosher, Mark Palms and Carol Palms, you will find traditional and contemporary folk favorites and high-energy performances of Tin Pan Alley classics. Carol Wells Palms singing on 'The Lady from 29 Palms' is worth the price alone. Vintage classics like 'What a Little Moonlight Can Do' and 'Chilly Winds' mesh effortlessly with great originals like Mark Palms' 'Bourbon Street' and David Mosher's 'Which Ways the Wind Blowin'.' The musical mix varies, but the style stays crisp and consistent. This is also true of contemporary folk classics like 'Crossing the Water' by Bill Staines and 'Nobody's Moggy Now' by Eric Bogle. The tune for which the CD is named is a clever, toe-tapping glimpse into one band's quest to get to a gig. Great tunes, both old and new, high energy performances, and great overall musicianship make Drivin' worth the trip.