I'm a fan of all Three Kings' when I saw them all seperately in concert, decade's ago, sadly they didn't reach this standard, maybe it was the restrained atmosphere of the U.K. concert hall, that put them out of their comfort zone. How many of us have been to a concert where the support act was so outstanding, I wonder how Hendrix & Mayall were received after this blinding set? A definitive Live blues album's simply because it capture's a unique moment in time when the artist is on top form, the tracks were selected from three performances on his return to Fillmore in 1968 the most outstanding, when compared with the other albums from the same concerts. They just convey the audience's eagerness to get up & involved with the performance & Albert has them eating out of his hand, showing his stunning self taught upside down guitar work, which from here on in influenced many future artists. This set begins with Herbie Hancock's 'Watermelon Man', followed by Albert's near on 10 minute self penned explanation of 'Blues Power' leading into an oustanding instrumental 'Night Stomp' this was Side One on the original vinyl. Side Two begins with 'Blues At Sunrise' another long laid back track with Albert injecting sudden burst's of energy into it. It then moves onto an excellent rendition of B.B.'s 'Please Love Me' & finally signing off with 'Lookout' showcasing once again his brilliant guitar work. Backed by a very tight four piece band, Willie James Exon-Guitar, James Washington-Bass, Rooselvelt Pointer-Bass, & Theotis Morgan-Drums & produced by Al Jackson. Best Played VERY LOUD!