Lowell Fulson's "Tramp & Soul" is great disc. On this release, Fulson's unique Blues style shines. Like T Bone Walker, Fulson's style incorporates a jazzy R&B smoothness. At times, tones of James Brown style funk resonate. This is classic Blues, from the 1960s. "Soul" was originally released in 1966 and "Tramp" came out the following year. Paying full price for a compact disc that may be venerable but only 40 minutes long is a drawback for the modern listener. This problem is theoretically addressed by putting two classic albums on the same disc. While it was once a good value, this CD now seems to fetch a hefty price no matter what. Bargain shoppers should keep their eyes open as there are now various imported, domestic and out-of-print versions in circulation. In this end, this is a worthy investment as "Tramp & Soul" features some of the best music by the man who moved Texas style Blues to the West Coast.