Ever wondered why certain songs become immediate favorites while others are slow burners that creep into your consciousness and slowly take root?
"Good Enough" is a great example of the latter. The last cut on Mojo, the song is an epic blues rocker that's driven by Mike Campbell's searing guitar playing and features some of the best lyrics Tom's written on Mojo.
You're barefoot in the grass/ And you're chewin' sugarcane/ You got a little buzz on/ You're kissin' in the rain/ And if a day like this/ Don't ever come again/ Well that's good enough
"Good Enough" has always been good enough, but tonight in Kansas City, the band treated the excited Sprint Center to an absolutely explosive version that is certain to be the benchmark for this tour. From note one, "Cherry," Mike's "59 Gibson Les Paul Reissue, was at the forefront, spitting solo after sinister solo over Ron and Steve's solid rhythm and Benmont's Hammond B3 organ swells.
We're off and running on this second leg of the Mojo tour! Come out and see us soon and check back for more photos, videos and recaps from the tour!