James Talley on 10/24/12

“Got No Bread, No Milk, No Money, But We Sure Got A Lot Of Love: Only the complete title of the album does justice to the warmth, the wisdom and the inner beauty the listener is presented with so richly. On the surface James Talley’s Country-Folk-Blues is just that, marvelously played by great musicians like fiddle player Johnny Gimble, but there is more to it; deep respect for nature, social concern, and a sense for justice. Talley sings for the little farmer, the working man, the day laborer … Jimmy Carter, invited the philanthropist from Oklahoma to the White House. Find comfort in ‘Red River Memory’ and revel in images and thoughts.” — Wolfgang Doebeling, “50 Underestimated Masterpieces,” Rolling Stone (Germany), May 2010