This is the first album by Little Feat, Lowell George's solo project following his altercations with Frank Zappa, and, along with Sailing Shoes pre-dates the change in line-up that led to the funky rhythm section of Dixie Chicken and all following Little Feat recordings.
As such, it has a much more countrified feel to it that their later work, tinged with blues and some countercultural rock.
It's a bit of a mish-mash really - there's some folky-western tunes in there (The Brides of Jesus), some good rocking tunes on what it's like to be a hippy (Strawberry Flats), a couple of love songs influenced by the whole trucker-ethic (Truck Stop Girl, Willing) and the blues of 'How Many More Times?/44 Blues'.
Throughout, George's voice is forceful, tender and soaring as the need arises, and his slide guitar work is second to none. A great early album, but before they really defined their rather more Cajun sound.