They don't make 'em like this anymore. Unless, of course, you're Grace Potter. Mother Road feels contemporary and fresh as hell, while harkening back to the golden age of albums, where listening was an enveloping experience instead of flavor-of-the-day, forgettable radio tracks. The songs chronicle the process of losing and rediscovering yourself on the road, each track moving seamlessly and holistically from genre to genre. You've got country, funk, rock 'n' roll, and even a bit of soul here, with Potter pulling them all off with exuberance and excitement.