- Released: June 30, 1995
- Label: Fantasy
- 1.If I Had the Power
- 2.You've Got a Hard Head
- 3.Lovin' You
- 4.It's All About You
- 5.You're the Sweetest Thing I've Ever Had
- 6.I Get a Feeling
- 7.Why Don't You Treat Me Like I'm Your Man
- 8.You Bring Love
- 9.You Stole My Heart
- 10.I Don't Want to Be a Lone Ranger
- 11.Your New Love Is a Prayer
- 13.Lonely Man's Prayer
- 14.You Make My Heart Want to Sing
- 15.It's Way Too Late
- 16.Love Is Sweet Misery
- 17.You Can Stay But the Noise Must Go
- 18.Strong Vibrations
Personnel: Johnny "Guitar" Watson, Gabriel Fleming, Jimmy Reed, Larry Wilson, Henry "Hank" Redd, Rudy Copeland, Andre Lewis, Emory Thomas, Maxayn.
Recorded between 1973 and 1975.
Personnel: Johnny "Guitar" Watson (vocals, guitar, electric piano); Rudy Copeland (vocals, organ); Jimmy Reed Jr. (alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Larry Wilson (tenor saxophone); Gabriel Flemming (trumpet); Andre Lewis (Clavinet, organ, Moog synthesizer, electric bass); Emry Thomas (drums); Maxayn (background vocals).
Audio Remixer: Don Cody.
Liner Note Author: Lee Hildebrand.
Recording information: Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA (05/1973/09/1975).
Photographer: Phil Bray.
Arranger: Johnny "Guitar" Watson.
Watson's first two funk-slanted albums, combined conveniently on one disc. Listen dates from 1973, I Don't Want to Be Alone from two years later, and both are very together funk outings with a heady dose of modern blues at their core. ~ Bill Dahl