Seeing these guys live is the real deal, but until they come to your town, this CD is a compulsory purchase for anyone who likes Robert Johnson, ZZ Top, or any form of real primitive-modernist Dixiefried boogie. The brothers Dickinson have been playing together since they were mere children, always guided by their legendary pappy Jim (Big Star producer, among many other distinctions) and their sheer ability to groove within a strict, one-chord-boogie structure is purely amazing. Mainly hard-driving r'n'b, but the slower ones like 'K.C. Jones' and 'Sitting on Top of the World' also score, reminding me of their Dad's superb 'Dixie Fried' album with their sinuous rhythms and jugband harmonies. Reference points; R.L. Burnside, early Thin Lizzy, Creedence, Little Feat. Finally, if you have any soul whatsoever, you'll dance your ass off to this!