Considering how wonderful 2013's Memphis was, I have high expectations for this newest: Boz Scaggs A Fool to Care. A review of Memphis: << Not putting down his mid-'80's and later work but it's sure glad to have him back home. A Wiki: His Site: His discog goes for days: << For a comp of his best pre-'04 work, get his Greatest Hits Live CD/DVD package: << A popular item; the Usual Suspect's got it for >$20...but not much less.

Some tunes: << You have to start with this one << Brilliant playing by Duane Allman and the best of Muscle Shoals, fully invested. << NOT "Georgia on My Mind" << Do my hipster creds go right out the window in admitting how much I love this?...practiced a lot of dance moves to it, you betcha... << This opening comes right from Norman Greenbaum's "Spirit in the Sky" << signature piece on his new CD--could you ask for better big-band backing?
BONUS: This shows that "modest", "unassuming" and "laidback/underplayed" don't decry "powerful" and "deeply affecting":

BONUS X: a special take on this song from Darryl Hall: << I didn't know who Chromeo was, but got respect for him now.
BTW, he and Ricky Skaggs are no kin...except under the musical skin--eclecticists.