Bronson’s third solo album was recorded in one week by Award winning Producer Dave Cobb in Cobb’s Nashville home studio and Cowboy Jack Clement Studios. A piece of music history was used in recording the album–Norman Petty’s Analog that recorded Buddy Holly!eliot analog

The record is something of a homecoming for Bronson, who was raised in a Pentecostal home by a family for which music was prayer and life was expressed and enjoyed in song. At an early age, Bronson discovered his parents’ folk collection of 1960s artists. These two became formative musical influences shaping Bronson’s purposeful, pensive, and poetic songwriting. Though his own music adventures took him away from these roots, he returns home to these music guideposts with Eliot Bronson