Mark Brine models his works off of the the songs of old 78 recordings from the '20s and '30s. He does country music that tells a story, such as in 'Skinny Dippin' Blues'. A story you can follow and take interest in; not this lovey crap you hear in modern pop country. But his repertoire does not stop there. Mark Brine does early styled 12 bar blues ('I Deliver'), old saloon piano work and implements some great finger picking tunes. His final song, 'In The Hands of God' he does his best with twangy vocals and beautiful guitar work. Mark Brine does the best traditional American roots music that I have heard in quite a while. -- John Shelton-Ivany Top Twenty-One.