Firstly, i have to say, i am totally biased when it comes to LINK WRAY.
He is my major influence as a guitarist, and for me this album just about sums him up.
Ever since first hearing his exciting, minimalist at times, & aggressive approach i was hooked.
I well remember hearing him on Stuart Coleman's BBC radio One program 'It's rock'n'roll' in the mid seventies & early eighties.
Real rock'n'roll that gave you a rush of blood.
And then in mid week, on John Peel's show, having the pleasure of some of the selections from this album.
And what an album!.
This one in particular opened up a lot of doors for me, it ranges from his loud typical 50's instrumentals, to heavy rock.
It also has tinges of country & blues, but never quite leaving his rock'n'roll roots.
I would say it was for the time, a culmination of all his previous albums and compacted into a very tight body of music.
If you love his style of playing, you'll have to get this one.
For me, at times his playing on this is incredible.