|Righteous dude, yesterday|
Berry: “The album was done, pressed and released, but had a really limited run. There was this intrigue going on and a lot of mine fields got laid and in several situations, blew up. And I had a lot to do with it not coming out. The album was probably on the shelf for about an hour."
Berry is still one handsome dude - check the 'Tube clips of him singing at the Belmont Church, Nashville. "I am a blessed man," he says, and he looks it.
Country Funk have an almost insulting approach to packaging their albums - apparently any old shit will do for you, Mr. Consumer. I replaced the artwork for the first with something that took me maybe ten minutes, fifteen tops, and this here took less, the picture coming from their own website. Duh. You can get the wretched original design when you pony up for the album, which is pretty swell.
Note Neil Young connection - Berry covers Love Is A Rose, beautifully, and Country Funk calls their album Zuma, for no reason I can see.