I have to disagree with one of the other reviewers here who thinks this is not one of Wilko's best. It is a little different in parts to the Wilko we're used to but I think it's a fantastic album and shows Wilko and the boys stretching into new territory with some brilliant 'Wilko-ised' covers of Van Morrison, Leadbelly and Bob Dylan. Their versions of He Ain't Give You None, and (incredibly) Listen To The Lion, both Van Morrison originals, are simply stunning. Who'd have thought Wilko could cover the latter and make it as good as Van's original ? But he certainly does ! Wilko's vocals are no Lee Brilleaux but because it's him and it's totally honest you can't help loving his voice, so reminiscent of that naughty schoolboy of the seventies, but with the lifeworn experience of time and maturity, and on Listen To The Lion you'll be blown away by the heartfelt passion and delivery. Through it all he plays that Telecaster the way a Tele should be played and it rings out loud and as true as ever. One of the greatest Englishmen we have - give him a medal !