This LP and it's follow up album 'There's A Bond Between Us' are what British Blues were all about ,The 1960's spawned John Mayall , Eric Clapton , Yardbirds , Animals , Pretty Things , Rolling Stones ,Long John Baldry , Alexis Korner, and thousands of others that took the music and influences of Chess Recording Artists Like Chuck Berry , Bo Diddley , Sonny Boy Williamson #2 etc, and melded their songs into their band repertoires .. the Bond Organization were a little different .. they had NO lead guitar , ,instead they took the influences of Jazzmen like John Coltrane, and blended them with field hollers ,and Muddy Waters, forging a unique brand of avant garde R&B . All driven by The Hammond organ/ Alto sax and vocals of Graham Bond (formerly of the Don Rendell Sextet )The biting R&B sax of Dick Heckstall Smith , The pounding six string Fender bass , Harmonica and vocals of Jack Bruce, and The Polyrhythmic Max Roach/ Art Blakey styled Drumming of Ginger Baker.Bond had a speech impediment , but he had the balls to sing his heart out , and were a sight to behold live . I was fortunate to have witnessed the best British blues band band that ever was .( and I saw Mayall with Clapton ) these recordings do them justice . You will be amazed at their virtuosity 45 years later . The music has not dated . it still blows me away; You have never heard Hoochie Coochie Man until you have heard Bond do it .Fans of Driving real R&B will love this .