Option - 7-8/96, p.93
"...Recorded in front of a rowdy, Chicago after-hours crowd, the blues doesn't get much dirtier than this....this record seethes sweat and sex..."
Personnel includes: Lonnie Brooks (guitar); A.C. Reed.
Recorded live at Pepper's, Chicago, Illinois in 1968.
Lonnie Brooks in his jukebox bluesman mode, playing the hits of the day for an appreciative crowd at one of Chicago's legendary blues joints. First issued on the European Black Magic label, the set captures his showmanship effectively as he attacks "You Don't Have to Go," "Sweet Little Angel," "Hide Away," and Johnnie Taylor's soul workout "Who's Making Love." Even in 1968, he was stockpiling originals -- a rocking "Shakin' Little Mama" and a distinctive "The Train & the Horse" are all his. ~ Bill Dahl