Famed producer and New West recording artist Stephen Bruton plays a warm, inviting brand of acoustic rock on his 2002 release Spirit World. His feet wade through the streams of blues, country, and American trad rock equally, with a heavy accent on the Hammond B-3 organ reminiscent of a Texan version of the Wallflowers' good natured pop/rock. While there is nothing wrong with the album, the songs don't necessarily explore any new ground, so all of the songs feel comfortable, but not necessarily compelling.
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AllMusic Review by Zac Johnson