Don't look for Blue Mountain on any map. This scenic setting exists only in Brandon Heath’s mind. It’s a place with back porches perfect for picking out tunes about life, love and faith. And part of this album fits perfectly on that porch. The title track and “The Harvester,” with their “y’alls” and fiddles and “hickories,” couldn’t have been born anywhere else. Other tracks – like “Jesus In Disguise” for instance – have a more polished, studio feel, making us wonder if there’s a recording booth on Blue Mountain, too? Fortunately, both are an equally good fit for Heath’s gravelly vocals.