Texas Was Delicious
"Davey Williams is singular in his approach to the guitar in that he has stumbled upon a combination of humor, technical skill, and lack of concern as to what might be going on in the music press. Numb Right Thumb provide a challenging obstacle course for Williams to stumble through with one of those geeky guitars that looks more like a baseball bat than an instrument. Silly heavy metal guitar solos erupt out of the din of saxophone, marimba, drums, violin, feedback, and noise. Animals grunt and kick up dirt as they prepare for violence or sex. Civil war marches suddenly give way to playground tomfoolery which obviously excites a participant so much that he voices his approval. Bass is not missed until Williams uses only of his many effects pedals to emulate the sound. This is improvised music so full of life that it could only have been achieved without any premeditated goals."