Delbert McClinton has, to my knowledge, never mad a bad record. He even took up a few songs I thought nobody would dare touch, like PleasePleasePlease or Have a little faith in me, or Let the good times roll. Everyone thought the originals were impossible to beat, but he did it. And this man gets better and better with age. It's unbelievable. This is his very best album yet. His gritty, relaxed voice is doing great, the band plays with a nice rough edge, the songs are great and it's a fantastic album. I've played it again and again in different ways, and it keeps getting better. For instance: I think Money Honey doesn't last long enough, it should keep on rolling for at least half an hour, so I put it on repeat. That's when you start to find the subtleties in this music, and you never get bored. This man should be world famous.
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