Terry Evans has one of the most identifiable voices in blues and roots music, providing vocal support for the likes of John Lee Hooker, Ry Cooder and John Fogerty. In recent years, Evans has come to the forefront as a concert headliner with a stunning series of well-received recordings. Evans returns in 2005 with his first studio recording since 2001's Mississippi Magic. His voice is as rich as ever. On the Ry Cooder-penned My Baby Joined the Army, Evans emotes the pain of loss through his voice and guitar and captures the despair of Cooder's lyrics. Let's Get Gone and Turn on Your Lovelight are straight ahead groove-laced blues rockers and I'll Be Your Shelter (In the Time of Storm) is a gospel-tinged track reminiscent of The Blind Boys of Alabama. The album was produced by Terry and Phil Bloch. Special guests include David Lindley, Jorge Calderon, and George Bohannon.