Andy's previous CDs have won numerous Storytelling World awards, and two Just Plain Folks awards. After a lot of fan nagging, Andy is tickled to present this record featuring whistling and mouth-music on every track. The physical package includes a CD plus a DVD with five music videos featuring Andy with one of the Nation's Premier Chamber Ensembles: The Kandinsky Trio, featuring violinist, Benedict Goodfriend; cellist, Alan Weinstein and pianist, Elizabeth Bachelder. Andy and the Kandinsky Trio cover Duke Ellington, Thelonlous Monk, and Thomas Dolby, among others. Guest musicians include: harpist, Kelly Brzozowski; violinist and guitarist, Joe Ebel; pianist, Mack McKibben; bassist, Don Porterfield; and singer, Kim Weitkamp. Also joining Andy is multi-instrumentalist and producer, Chris Rosser whose good taste and magic touch appear throughout. The album includes multi-tracked a capella extravaganzas as diverse as Low Rider and Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring, along with original songs and adventurous arrangements. Reviews: 'Say what you will about Covington-based Andy Offutt Irwin's aptly titled latest album, but there's nobody else like him. Irwin is best known as a storyteller on the national festival circuit, crafting larger-than-life characters with a heavy dose of wacky Southern charm. But he's also an accomplished singer-songwriter with several albums under his belt. On his latest CD/DVD set he focuses on his world class whistling skills, proving a pair of well-pursed lips can deserve a place in concert halls. From a peppy jazz version of "Over The Rainbow" and an Indian raga twist on "Old Joe Clark" to a killer take on the Romanian folk tune "Doina & Hora" (with the Kandinsky Trio), Irwin tackles genres like a veteran defensive lineman tackles quarterbacks. Sure, whistling "Low Rider" and "She Blinded Me With Science" sounds a bit silly (and silly, after all, is his storytelling stock-in-trade). But when he gets serious? The man's a master musician with some VERY talented lips.' -BRET LOVE, Georgia Music Magazine, a Publication of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame "A fiendishly clever union of Tom Lehrer's topicality...cut with Bobby McFerrin-style mouth music. -The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 'Acute Folk Sensibility' - The Wall Street Journal.