I’ve been on a serious Jamestown Revival kick today. I first encountered their music a couple years ago through their catchy song, “California (Cast Iron Soul).” Since then, they’ve released a new album, The Education of a Wandering Man, and on it is this soulful little stomp about a conversation between a rich man and a preacher. This stripped-down take lacks a bit of the electric grunge of the studio version, but it still manages to succeed in creating its own unique vibe. It almost makes you feel like you’ve stumbled onto the front porch of some old farmhouse in the South where a bunch of friends are hanging out, sipping on moonshine and jamming the night away. This song is guaranteed to get your head bobbing, or your money back.