I love bargain bins. Even more, I love free bins! My favorite local record store has both and I discovered the Big Damn Band via the free bin. I found a promo copy of their album Big Damn Nation and thought it looked interesting, I flipped it over and saw it was produced by Paul Mahern, formerly of Indiana hardcore legends the Zero Boys. It went home with me and turned out to be a nifty country-blues sorta kinda thing. Rev. Peyton sings and plays slide guitar (well, dobro), his wife Breezy plays the washboard and their cousin Aaron plays a tiny drumkit 'n' a five gallon bucket.
This song is from the release that followed, an EP of traditional gospel songs and one original, as proffered here. The initial release was in a neat-o metal tin, as pictured above, and then in a standard jewel case version. Sadly, both versions appear to be out of print.
Their newest, The Wages, was released a few months ago and it's mighty fine.