A killer set of funky blues by Lowell Fulsom – material recorded for the Jewel label after his years at Kent
– and with a sound that's even more soul-drenched than before! Backing on many tracks is by a nice little combo with a very heavy drummer – which results in some nice hard snapping drum parts that recall some of Lowell's best funky work of the 60s – a continuation of his "Tramp" groove, but in ways that are even more open and hip. Straighter blues comes into play at times, but still carried off in a unique way that's without some of the cliches that were creeping into the music at the time – and which marks Lowell as a continually inventive artist as the 70s approached. The set features 41 titles in all – more than previous Jewel collections – with titles that include "Teach Me", which has a nice guitar/
drum break in the intro, and a nice hard groove – plus "Why Don't We Do It In The Road", "Baby", "Stop & Think", "You're Gonna Miss Me", "Man On The Run", "This Feeling", "Stoned To The Bone", "I Started Out Wrong", "Every Second A Fool Is Born", "Man Of Motion", "My Baby", and "How Do You Want Your Man".