Just like with their single Claire Huxtable, Louis York starts of Good Drinks, Dumb Jokes with an interlude that explains a little something about themselves and shows that they are capable than more than modern track styling by doing a little down home, slow blues for production.  This section is mesmerizing for the vocal capabilities shown.  The delivery is powerful, yet subtle and the emotion relayed through this section is strong…

It then transitions into a 90s-esque track about needing nothing more for fun than friends, laughs, and liquor.  You would think that this wouldn’t work, but the combination of the differently-styled sections flows almost seamlessly.  Added by the fact that the theme for both sides is similar and what you get is an expression of humbleness in both business and life in general.

Now…can we get an album, Louis York?