Well, at the time of submitting this review, this makes the 6th Keb Mo album that I've downloaded. I guess I must like him or something. I think he is the most rounded Blues musician around. He does RnB with a Country-Blues feel ,or (if you prefer) Country Blues with an RnB feel . He really is the complete package, minus all the crying and hollering and cheap gaudiness that others practice to demand your attention. I absolutely love his unique arrangement of 'It Hurts Me Too' on this album. The version of Robert Johnsons 'Love In Vain' has a perfectly weighted tempo that is superb.The man can do no wrong in my book. The musicianship is enviously good. All the tracks are done so coolly with confident, laid back, musical precision. The man knows his trade. Martin Scorsese has shown immaculate entrepreneurial abilities again, by adding this to his continuing series of Blues album presentations. He certainly has good taste, and that's for sure.
The man is fantastic at singing the blues, we use this compact disc to drive and itkeep us quiet as we let the music wash over us, it made for a very pleasant journey and I passed it onto my partner who loved it so much he is planning to see him in concert
I first heard of Keb Mo, when i was looking for Christmas songs oddly enough and his 'Jingle bell jamboree' was amazing!, (don't worry this isn't a Christmas album) looked into him further and went out on a limb and bought this album. It's such a good, diverse blues album. I would really recommend it if your an all-round blues fan.