2009 album from the singer/songwriter and former leader of American Music Club. Written and recorded in a log cabin in the middle of the woods, the laid back, late night sparse feel to the album harkens back to Eitzel's folk influences of Nick Drake and John Martyn and earlier work with AMC. Just prior to AMC's breakup in 1995, Eitzel began his solo career in earnest and since then he has released six albums. In 2003, American Music Club got back together for one of the most anticipated and amazing reunions in ages. Their 2004 album, Love Songs for Patriots, received widespread critical acclaim as well as the follow up The Golden Age. In between these albums he released a collection of soundtrack material called Candy Ass. Decor.