Danny's eagerly awaited newbie fully lives up to expectations.We have 9 superb self-penned numbers, starting with Prisoner of The Blues which storms in like a testosterone-fuelled bull elephant on speed.Next up,a Mississippi blues tribute to Hubert Sumlin,Greenwood 31, followed by a very reflective ballad, Can't Hold On. The rest of the album is a delightful mix of styles, including the Hookeresque Devil's Got a hold On Me and two nice slow blues, I'm Broken and Losing You. The last track, Painkiller, about an elicit hotel tryst, starts off slowly, building to a climax which begs you to replay the whole album. Weak track? There isn't one. If you're familiar with Danny's work , you won't be disappointed.I would say this is the most mature of Danny's albums.