Vinyl LP pressing. 2013 release, the eagerly anticipated follow-up to their critically-praised EP, Gutter Gaunt Gangster. The album was recorded with Grammy Award-nominated producer/engineer Paul Moak at his Nashville studio, The Smoakstack. Drawing inspiration from such iconic works as The Band's Music From The Big Pink, The Weeks enriched their well-seasoned sonic stew with the classic flavors of Soul, R&B, Funk, and heavy Boogie to create their own unique take on contemporary Southern Rock. Big brass, lush strings, and twangy pedal steel have been fused into the bands trademark sludge-pop sound. Dear Bo Jackson shows The Weeks to be not unlike the legendary athlete of the album's title: indisputable all-stars, capable of just about anything.