I have been a staunch follower of this band since I discovered them in 1980 and I have all of their recordings. This one is among the best of the about 20 albums the band has recorded so far. It's the first one with Ronnie Earl on guitar, replacing the former Duke Robillard, the first with Greg Piccolo as a lead singer besides playing tenor saxophone, and also the first where the horn section was augmented from 3 saxophones to a 5 piece set, including the late Porky Cohen on trombone and Danny Motta on trumpet. Jump blues, shuffle, Texas blues and even a couple of Duke Ellington compositions, "Caravan" and "Jeep's Blues", make this album a joyful and pleasant recording. Greg Piccolo sings with a deep and soulful feeling and Ronnie Earl's sensitive guitar prevents you from missing the great Duke Robillard. Al Copley's piano is also worth mentioning; his solo on "Sugar coated love" is breathtaking. Last but not least, the brilliant horn section arrangements and the rhythm sections make you swing and dance and the put the cherry on top. Highly recommended.