Seeking to expose the listen to "old school" country-western that is "rowdy, raucous and irreverent, " Bubbahey Mud Truck digs a new, mean face of honky-tonk. It is an excellent introduction into the non-traditional Americana label. Featured is two cuts from Eugene Chadbourne. Think of this as a telling document on the hidden music of wild Appalachia, a Jack Daniels-soaked field recording. This is a window into another world, music perhaps usually heard only by its makers and their washing machines, rusting away in the front yard.