A sixth collection from the B.C. troubadour. Penner's dramatic sounds come partially from a different time. The title cut feels like a prison holler, a desperate blues from a condemned man. This Could Be You Anthem is a Harvest outtake, but lonelier, no James Taylor and Linda Ronstadt easing the pain. No Consequence, with its distorted vocals and trashcan percussion, is nasty gospel tale: "You wanna ride with no consequence/may the good Lord take you in self-defense." Memphis is folk-rap, a banjo tune with hip-hop rhythm.Created by Penner with just cohort Jon Wood and a spot of guest brass, the two have a deft touch for taking basic folk instruments and shifting the whole thing slightly out of focus. Ukeleles, banjo, guitars, stomps and claps are done like they've played for a couple of centuries, but then the trickery comes in, textures that take us out of the present and into a less conscious place. Yes, it's just some sort of plug-in effects, but the point is how well they do it.