There's also a horn section added to several cuts, which helps set this album far apart from the normal blues fare, dominated by so many guitar bands. Mayall's keyboard dominance on the cuts is wall-to-wall refreshing as he moves through several styles, from the solo stride of his own Crazy Lady to the classic 12-bar of Don Robey's Mother In Law Blues. Mayall penned five of the 12 songs here, and his choice of covers is impeccable. He steers clear of the usual suspects, and prides himself in finding more obscure works from Percy Mayfield, Lightnin' Hopkins and Lee Baker. Even his voice is holding up pretty well. Eric who? Fleetwood what?