Big Fun indeed from a beloved good-time musician. Guests include Dr. John and Norton Buffalo. "The strongest work of his career...filled with unrelenting high energy and good humor" - CHICAGO TRIBUNE
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When Bishop played guitar with Paul Butterfield in the 1960s he fancied himself a countrified hippie named Pig Boy Cranshaw. His sense of humor remains intact decades later, evidenced on a relaxed blues-oriented rock program shot through with a smart sort of bumpkin levity. He never could sing (it was Mickey Thomas on his 1970s smash "Fooled Around and Fell in Love"), but his guitar rides roughshod over those of many a better-known blues artist. -- © Frank John Hadley 1993
-- From Grove Press Guide to Blues on CD