Dallas singer-songwriter Trey Johnson wasted little time following up 2009’s superb Mount Pelee. Where the East Ends arrives barely a year after his solo debut. Knocked out in less than two weeks, this collection is more of Johnson’s irresistibly eclectic folk-rock and features a wealth of area talent backing him up. (Becky Middleton, Chad Stockslager, Don Cento and Rich Martin, among others, appear here.) Johnson’s voice grabs hold early on, an appealing mixture of grit and easy charm; the amiableDon’t Let Them Wear You Down is an undeniable highlight. Johnson will play Dan’s Silver Leaf on Wednesday.