Albert Collins was in the lineage that includes Albert King, B.B. King, Buddy Guy, and anyone else with that intense electric blues sound, that sizzles and sweats and bends notes like a hot wind bends trees. This is a frenzied seven-track feast of electric guitar blues, with brass backing ~ Jon Smith on tenor sax heats up the atmosphere on the slow and sultry Too Many Dirty Dishes ~ from a session live at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1992, just a year before Collins died of cancer at the age of 61. His guitar can hit like a bullet or seduce like melting syrup, and he sings like he means it. This is one of the best albums to get if you're new to this fine bluesman, since it's as live as a pack of coyotes and has bags of atmosphere, with everyone playing like demons.