Record Collector (magazine) - p.933 stars out of 5
-- "[T]he band became a vehicle for guitarist Jorma Kaukonen's country-blues leanings This had thickened into a crunchy blues-rock bluster by the time of 1975's YELLOW FEVER..."
Hot Tuna's second album of 1975 began with a cover of Jimmy Reed's "Baby, What You Want Me to Do" rendered in the group's characteristic noisy electric-guitar style, an approach that was typical of this more-of-the-same album. By this point, Jorma Kaukonen seemed to have found a balance between his songwriting ambitions and the need to provide springboards for the group's boogie-all-night improvisations. Here, "Sunrise Dance with the Devil" and "Bar Room Crystal Ball" feature good lyrics and excellent hooks, yet still fit into Hot Tuna's heavy approach. ~ William Ruhlmann