Americana Highways brings you this premiere of Thomm Jutz’s song from his forthcoming album To Live in Two Worlds Vol. 2. To Live in Two Worlds Vol. 2 was produced by Thomm Jutz, recorded and mixed by Van Atkins and Scott Barnett at Crossroads Studios, Arden, NC; and mastered by: Alex McCollough at True East Mastering, Nashville, TN. To Live in Two Worlds vol. 2 is Thomm Jutz on guitar and vocals; Mark Fain on bass; Mike Compton on mandolin; and Justin Moses on banjo, dobro, weissenborn, harmony vocals; and Tammy Rogers on fiddle, and harmony vocals; with Julie Lee on harmony vocals on track 10.
“Something About a Sunset” is a leisurely nostalgia just perfect for fall reflection. The production on To Live in Two Worlds vol. 2 is the clarity you expect and the songs are lovely little vignettes. Listen to this song from the album and see.
Tammy Rogers and I wrote this song on a late, sunny fall afternoon at her house in West Nashville. To me fall is always a time to look back but also ahead. I reluctantly let go of summer, prepare for winter and start dreaming of spring. Tammy and I are roughly the same age so we look at life through similar lenses. I listened to it a lot over the next couple of weeks and decided to put it on one of my records. It reminded me of the late, great Richard Dobson. I can see him looking into the setting sun at the Gulf Coast of Texas when I listen to this. Check out his songs and books, you won’t be sorry. — Thomm Jutz