No Stranger to Shame
The sophomore effort from Kid Rock’s DJ often recalls a circa-’73 Elvin Bishop album — which is all right until you remember that Bishop didn’t really hit his stride until about ’76. On the whole, though, there’s no shame in Kracker’s game. He serves up a potent strain of soulful Southern rock, tosses in rap tracks to spice things up, and even duets with Dobie Gray on the latter’s ”Drift Away.” And anyway, 1973 was a pretty good year in my book.
No Stranger To Shame