This CD has a great feel to it, rock and roll softened by a hint of country and blues. The band members, who once played as back up musicians for Joe Cocker, have become a popular band in their own right. This is the first time their 1971 debut album has become available on CD. Songs, such as "Mistake No Doubt" have an easy soulful quality that enjoys the traditions of gospel, R and B, Rockabilly and good ol' southern boogie. That's pretty interesting considering these good ol' boys are Limeys! "Willie and the Pig" has a quintessential rock feel from the 60's and 70's era. The pounding bass of "Down Home for Momma" is enough to get anyone grooving.
Out of the 15 tracks, 5 are bonus tracks, including: "Believe In What You Believe In", "Let It Be Gone", "Laughed At The Judge", "Willie & The Pig", & "Peyton Place Boogie." All of the bonus tracks were recorded live for the BBC Radio one's "Sounds Of The Seventies." Spend some quality time listening to this album.