Guitarist Corey Christiansen continues an exploration of "jazz-ifying" folk and related songs from the past that he began on his previous disc. He and his group - Zach Lapidus (keys, SuperCollider), Jeremy Allen (bass), Matt Jorgesen (drums) and Michael Spiro (percussion) - tackle a variety of songs from "Cluck Ol' Hen" and "Shenandoah" to "Factory Girl" preserving the essence of each while creating intriguing new arrangements of them. There are three originals as well and all seem to belong together. The music is rhythmic and melodic. This disc is a natural fit for fans of Joel Harrison's work, such as "Mother Stump", though Christiansen is not so electrically "far out" as Harrison. This is an alluring disc.