Most guys with the age and experience of Jesse DeNatale would have a hard time finding the romance of days gone by. But in all the well-worn nostalgia and twilight storytelling of his second album, there breathes not a pang of bitterness or loss but a genuinely warm, proud contentment in a life well lived. For years, the Bay Area troubadour has traveled the dusty byways between influences like Tom Waits and Ramblin' Jack Elliott, both of whom lavished praise on... More >>>