The title track of this double- header is really very good on the whole. All the songs on the album except for those performed by ex -colleague and guest Pete Green are self penned. A couple of duds i.e 'Big Belly Women' and 'Simple Simon' being the culprits. Otherwise, an album worth adding to your collection if you are a fan of British Blues and do not already have them. First released on the budget Saga label and showcasing Brunnings post- Fleetwood Mac and Savoy Brown Blues band escapades as Bob came to terms being a teacher at the chalk face for the 'day job' and also continue his life's other passion of performing the Blues 'after hours'. Also, I might add there is some really good barrel house blues piano from fellow band leader Bob Hall, who preffered to be known as 'Sunflower' for some reason??