This 1973 recording was a solo effort from guitar genius Paul Kossoff in the period between the breakup of Free, and the formation of his new band Back Street Crawler. As such it features several personnel from Free (including Paul Rodgers on the albums only vocal track). It is clearly Kossoff's own album, allowing him the room to flex his muscles and do his own thing in a way that he could not when constrained Free. The end result is a classic album of blues rock, with some brilliant fiery guitar work from Kossoff. Of especial note is the opening track, the epic 17 minute Tuesday Morning, that somehow never feels tired or stale. It's a veritable classic, an essential purchase not just of Free lovers looking to complete their collection, but for all lovers of classic rock. If I have any complaint it is that the album is too short, a problem fixed in the 2 disc deluxe edition that also has a superior sound quality to previous editions. The inclusion of the re-takes is interesting, and the rendition of Lady Is a Tramp is a bit of a find, but to be honest I do find myself just listening to the first six tracks that comprise the original album more often than not. 4 stars.