This was my first Clifton Chenier LP I bought maybe 10 years ago and have been in love with Clifton's music ever since. This was the band that recorded the incredible "Boogaloosa Boogie", sans the great Blind John Hart on saxaphone. Clifton brags, teases and gets down to serious business as he playfully interjects with the appreciative audience throughout. Like the below review, which I whole hartedly agree with, special attention and recognition should be paid to the incredible Cleveland Chenier and his complex, poly-rhythmic tapping, and rattlesnake scraping on his rubboard.....the man was the instrument's greatest virtuoso and turned such a humble instrument into a true one, much the way that artists like Sonny Boy's #1 and #2, Little Walter, Big Walter and others did for the harmonica. Certainly, Cleveland is to the rubboard what Clifton is to the squeezbox. Also Paul Senegal is especially effective throughout on guitar. "Lil Buck" Senegal has always been a favorite of mine and this along with "Boogaloosa Boogie", contains some of his finest blues and zydeco playing. Clifton's sqeezebox and vocals are of course in top form and the fact that one hardly realizes that the great Blind John Hart is not present, really shows how great this band was....it was, in fact, the greatest version of Clifton's Red Hot Louisiana Band.