Jayhawks! Now there's some distinctive singing (and some distinctive Gary Louris lead playing--also found on Tupelo's "Still Feel Gone"). "Tomorrow the Green Grass" is a cool album too. And man, Cary Hudson/Blue Mountain..saw those guys at the Hi-Pointe in St. Louis, I think around '97? That was a hell of a show. Hudson could really whang on that Bigsby-equipped Les Paul; he got all kinds of tones out of it, some of which sounded kind of Fendery. I couldn't see if he had pedals or not, and my memory of his amp is vague but for some reason I'm thinking blackface super reverb. He was pretty loud. Laurie Stirratt had one of the larger Fender SS bass combos and had the perfect foundation sort of bass tone for what they were doing. You could feel it alot and hear it just enough.