Totally organic, southern blues at its best. Never turned anyone on(and I did many times) to this disc who didn't immediately reach over to turn up the volume and ask for a copy. Because I didn't dare take away from the sales that they deserved, they were taken to where I purchased my copy and got their own. Start to finish, REAL, and at the time of its release, RARE. Damon Johnson is a gifted, underrated guitarist, writer, singer. The follow up, Seeds, had the unmistakable taint of corporate influence that preys upon a band such as Brother Cane. The songs on Seeds, while better than most that came out in the year'95 felt "label approved" which meant the band compromised. To save myself another review I'll sum it up in this one: Brother Cane redeemed themselves w/ WishPool. Amazing. Growth. Integrity. Beauty. That sums up their 3rd and final (hopefully not) release. Wishpool gives hope for the future of rock and roll that , in the end, fans come to their senses and actually let a cd make them THINK what the lyrics mean and not just have critics tell them their opinions. Buy the B.C. catalog (and D.J. 's Dust solo cd.) to hear how music, in a perfect world, should be.