Parham called on those friends, most of whom were part of the long admired "Tulsa Sound", and invited them down to Muscle Shoals, AL to make a record in a studio that was once the home of legendary Muscle Shoals Sound, now called Portside Sound. "I’ve always been a big admirer of the music that’s been made in Muscle Shoals, from Aretha Franklin to The Allman Bros. So I got this idea to bring the 'Tulsa Sound' and mix it with the 'Muscle Shoals Sound' and see what happens."
What happened in August 2017, with musicians Paul Benjaman, Lauren Barth, John Fullbright, Jesse Aycock, Dylan Aycock, Aaron Boehler, Dustin Pittsley, Michael Staub, and Lauren Farrah, was a combination of mean soulful guitar riffs and loose vibey grooves, with hints of inspiration and influence from Derek And The Dominos, The Band, The Rolling Stones, and The Allman Bros.
It's All Good is set for a US release on June 15th.