Bobby Bare returned to RCA Studio B 50 in Nashville. It was the place where he recorded many of the tunes that made him a country music legend. Bare signed up Buddy Miller to produce the new album, out last week. Miller brought in a handful of cohorts from his Band of Joy project with Robert Plant and added Randy Scruggs to round out things. "Buddy knows how to get that feel out of the musicians," Bare said. "It was just a great feel. You'd start a song and it just felt good. He's the best. Reminds me of Chet because Chet would get the great musicians together and they knew what he wanted. They played it the way Chet wanted it done and it was always great. They respected him. Same way with Buddy Miller." The collaboration produced an album of Bare's favorite folk songs, including works by Bob Dylan, Lead Belly and Woody Guthrie. It also includes a cover of the U2 song "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For." Despite it having a rock pedigree, Bare insists when you strip it down, "it's a country song."