Rootsy singer/songwriter Lee Palmer has enjoyed a long career in music, but he didn't put out his first solo record until last year's One Take: Live At Canterbury. It grabbed impressive international airplay, encouraging him to quickly deliver a follow-up, "I'm happy to blur the lines between country and blues", he explains, and that's in evidence here, on 60 Clicks. He shines in both genres, thanks to a warm voice that's been compared to Willie Nelson. Top T.O. players like Al Cross, Alec Fraser, Roly Platt, Burke Carroll and Wendell Ferguson make valuable contributions to well-written original compositions.