Even with two bonus tracks, 'Moonshine' only weighs in at 36 minutes, but this 1972 album is packed with good quality r&b, all of it original material. The title track is an earthy number, which immediately establishes the dry production. This is deliberate, according to the sleevenotes. 'Another Guy' is the outstanding melody on the disc, an example of Jupp's ability to tug the heart strings. By contrast, 'Captain Cool' possesses the tongue in cheek humour that so many of Jupp's songs feature. 'Shine On My Shoes' is the best r&b track, though the fierce, more rock-oriented 'Just Because' is almost as impressive. The bonus tracks are from a 1971 single and are welcome additions. Not as good as 'Legend' (aka 'Red Boot') but still a very satisfying album. Sadly, they called it a day shortly after this.