A decidedly interesting (US) trio project yielding only the one studio album (they started on a second but gave up on it), featuring Tim Bogert on bass/vocals and Carmine Appice on drums, both formerly of Vanilla Fudge and subsequently Cactus. (Carmen Appice later gave a fine performance in support of Jeff Beck's amazing, blazing guitar solo on Rock'n'Roll Jelly off Stanley Clark's otherwise completely crap Schooldays album.)
As originally issued, this one was about as rough a recording as 1971's Rough & Ready, made worse by a rather thin and weak sound, but the digitally remastered edition improves things hugely. Unusually, whoever did such a fine remastering job isn't credited in the otherwise fairly informative booklet, though s/he certainly should be.
It's pretty rough'n'ready musically as well, in the vein of up tempo bluesy/R&B. But, for all that, the album does have a sort of uncompromising let's-get-the-f***-on-with-it club rock quality which gives it a certain vitality. Black Cat Moan and Livin' Alone are good examples. So ~ quite good musically and now, with the benefit of good digital remastering, much better in the sound stakes as well, so don't settle for anything less. (The DR edition can be identified by its two bonus tracks.)