This was one of the first rock & roll records I ever heard. My brother bought it when it first came out and he played it to death. His record had so many scratches, hisses & pops on it, that I decided I needed my own. This is a classic album. I wasn't looking for this "High On The Hog" disc, but when I accidently stumbled apon it in the cd shop recently - I had to buy it. What a throw-back this was - to the good old times when nothing mattered... no bills to pay, no job to worry about... just school and your friends. Now almost 30 years later, I listen to this disc and it still sounds great. Jim Dandy is a one in a million singer with a unique set of lungs. The other band member I remember was drummer Tommy Aldridge - who went on with other classic rock bands like Whitesnake, Ozzy and Pat Travers. BOA could rock with the best of them. I feel that they were a highly underrated band. They were at their best with their hard rockers, but every once in awhile they'd come up with a slow ballad that would just knock you back a few rows. Classic songs here: "Swimming In Quicksand", "Why Shouldn't I Smile", "Moonshine Sonata", and "Jim Dandy". Great album cover too... and who knows, Jim Dandy very well could have been the precurser to David Lee Roth. The attitude, hair, open chested shirts and stylings were all there with him & BOA.