Propelz to release a limited edition, double vinyl LP for Record Store Day from original Peter Greens Fleetwood Mac member and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee - Jeremy Spencer. Packing a "vintage vibe" immediately apparent in Jeremys painterly stroke, "Bend In The Road" fuses his artistry as consummate slide guitarist, singer, songwriter, interpreter, illustrator - man of the world. He sounds as authentically fiery and tasty as he ever did, but displaying a far wider guitar palette, insight and conviction that have continued to evolve since his long absence from the public eye. The Detroit quintet sessions provided a perfect storm association, wildly prolific generating 32 tracks! Jeremys Elmore ("Cry For Me Baby", "Stranger Blues", "The Sun Is Shining"), Buddy and compatriots influences ("Earthquake", "I Walked a Mile in Sorrow") impeccable blues and rock rendering remain intact and vibrant, but so is a collaborative nature selflessly trading guitar licks and support with Lucas (playfully on "Jambo", epically on "Aphrodite") in the way Green and Kirwan shared on the torching "Like It This Way" and iconic "Albatross". With "Homesick", J.S. gets to fulfill a 45-year old desire to record the authors signature song that opens the album. On the albums elegant "Merciful Sea", Producer Brett manages to persuade Jeremy to reveal his hereto unsung, intimate affecting piano playing for all to marvel. Throughout one can hear an expansive range of influences from Django to Knopfler and Jeremy plays them effortlessly and seamlessly incorporating and making them his own as naturally an easy fit as that of his beloved ceramic slides. This record is a career culmination of technique meets soul invoking a transcendent "Layla-esque" quality with its escalating emotive sequencing ("Refugees" into title cut, "Bend") of spiritually driven and invested songs ("Blind Lover", Come To Me", "Desired Haven") that recalls LPs of yore (yes, proof they can still be made), without sounding dated, intoxicatingly assured and relaxed, out of the blue resonant, a lifetime in the making - guaranteed to grow from affection to cherish with subsequent plays.