Available now. Dee left college and began making trips to Tennessee, where he found another mentor in Dan Auerbach. Together, the two co-wrote a number of new songs, often teaming up with additional composers in town. Allison Krauss sings on four songs, lending her gossamer harmonies to album standouts like "Bucket of Bolts" and "Tell the World I Do. " A world-class vocalist, she found a kindred spirit in the 19 year-old Dee, whose unforced vibrato and effortless tone floored her. During one recording session, she pointed to Dee in the vocal booth and announced, "From now on, you only sing with me. " Not bad for a Nashville newcomer. "It would be two of us," Dee remembers, "and Dan would rotate these other writers - all older guys who loved classic music - in and out of the writing room every day. Each write would be completely different, which is why each song on the album sounds so unique. "Eventually, they whittled down the list of songs to two-dozen finalists. They then recorded all twenty-four songs in two weeks, using Auerbach's studio - Easy Eye Sound, a playground of vintage gear and analog equipment - as their home base.