A killer set of funky blues by the great Lowell Fulson – an artist who'd already recorded tons of classic work for labels like Chess and Kent
– but still managed to kick out some excellent early 70s material for Jewel Records too! 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 – kind of a 70s extension of the "Tramp" groove, with lots of electric bass groudning the grooves, and some excellent work on guitar from Lowell. His vocals are wonderful too – more confidently expressive than in the early years, which may well make them the most powerful force in the music – with a sinister, soulful style we really love. Titles include "Teach Me", "Change Of Heart", "Every Second A Fool Is Born", "Stoned To The Bone", "Sleeper", "Why Don't We Do It In The Road?", "Cheatin Woman", "Man On The Run", "Fed Up", "Look At You Baby", "Take My Hand", "Henpecked", "Stop & Think", "Deep In Love", and "Searchin Out".