- Released: March 21, 2006
- Originally Released: 2006
- Label: Shout Factory
- 1.Miss Frisco (Queen Of The Disco)
- 2.Tu Jours Amour
- 3.Gangster Of Love
- 4.Guitar Disco
- 5.Wrapped In Black Mink
- 6.You Can Stay But The Noise Must Go
- 7.Baby Face (She Said Do Do Do Do)
- 8.Base Station One
- 9.Do Me Bad So Good
Personnel: Johnny "Guitar" Watson (vocals, guitar, Fender Rhodes organ, Moog Synthesizer, clavinet, percussion); Emery Thomas (drums); Darcus Thomas, Marci Thomas (background vocals).
Recorded at Paramount Recording Studios, Hollywood, California.
Personnel: Johnny "Guitar" Watson (guitar, Fender Rhodes piano, Clavinet, organ, Moog synthesizer, congas, timbales); Johnny "Guitar" Watson; Darcus, Darcus Thomas & Marci (background vocals); Emry Thomas (drums); Marci Thomas (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Clint Bennett.
Audio Remasterer: Keith Blake.
Liner Note Author: Don Waller.
Recording information: Paramount Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA.
Arranger: Johnny "Guitar" Watson.
The disco period in Johnny "Guitar" Watson's catalog was spotty at best. You gotta hand it to Watson; during this period he maintained a sense of humor with tongue firmly in cheek. The Gangster of Love refused to become a dinosaur "R&B" oldies artist, referred to only in "Whatever Happened To..." articles. That doesn't mean, however, that this material is recommended. Giant includes a few fun moments in the form of the reworked but still blues-drenched "Gangster of Love" and "You Can Stay But the Noise Must Go," but doesn't make up for the awful "Guitar Disco," which is as hokey as it sounds. ~ Al Campbell