I dislike the album title immensely, it conjures up visions of some compilation album such as his own Ballads & Blues but it is in fact another storming blues album. I still think that "Still Got The Blues" is his best album because I love the guitar tone and the production on that album, Gary to me should occupy that hinterland between rock and blues. Having said that though, I'm really growing to love his blues albums since After Hours. They have a grittiness and power behind them which is addictive. Nobody and I mean nobody plays guitar like Gary. His tone and his feel, coupled with those blistering runs up and down the neck really set him apart from the other axe heroes for me. He just has more soul and more bite. This then, is another fine album. Midnight Blues and All Your Love didn't need reworking in my mind and although brilliant tracks, I have other albums with them on. It's a shame they take up valuable space on this album, I wonder if Gary really felt they were valid reworkings or if he just didn't have any other songs ready? This small gripe aside, it's a terrific album. One of his very best.