What a superb album. Taken from the Brothers' years with Cincinnati based King Records (1945 - 1952), the album features classics such as 'Blues Stay Away From Me', with its highly distinctive guitar work, and my own favorite, 'Hillbilly Blues', as well as the title track. The album is a nice mixture of blues and boogie-woogie, with the Brothers' sweet harmonies backed up by some great musicians. Apart from Wayne Raney's superb harmonica, check out Zeke Turner's electric guitar work on 'Boogie Woogie Baby'. And is that Merle Travis backing up on 'Hillbilly Blues'? And then there's Roy Lanham's electric guitar on 'Peach Tree Street Boogie'. But every track on this album has something to commend it. So don't mess around. Buy it! You won't regret it.