Nikki Sudden, born Adrian Godfrey in 1956, died in New York on the night of March 26, 2006 after playing a concert at the end of a tour of the USA. As a traveling troubadour and prolific songwriter he continued to record and tour regularly until his untimely end. This is Nikki Sudden's final album. Completed just a week before he left for his final American tour in March of 2006, and this is the best album Nikki has made in over 20 years. Recorded in Berlin in the latter months of 2005, it was made on a steady diet of later period Marc Bolan glam, Rolling Stones' honky blues, Bobby Womack's soiled R&B and '70s disco. The songs reflect the flamboyance and wonderful character of a man who seems to have come from another time, a poet whose passion for the written word and delight in its expression in multiple forms was his life's dedication. This album is a celebration of music and friendship, and just seeps with Nikki's love for life.