I've long since lost count of how many albums Grossman has put out; almost all are out of print at this point, but, luckily, here we are with a cd version of "Yazoo Basin Boogie." This was one of his early albums, ca. 1970 I think, and it was a less blatantly commercial effort than the others that surrounded it in time. In fact, it was both very close and very intimate, just Grossman and his guitar, and a whole bunch of short, beautifully chosen, and beautifully delivered country blues instrumentals. My favorite on this collection is 'Pigtown Fling,' in which Grossman sets this popular old work to a Bach-like counterpoint arrangement--which incredibly seems to do no violation to its bouncy, inebriated personality. But this is just me; any guitarist worth the name will find this set delightful on its own terms, and come to understand why Grossman is such a leader in this realm.