Scotty Moore was Elvis's first guitar player for 14 years.
He knows what good music sounds like, so when he got these
great musicians together to do a classic blues album, he
knew he had something good. Scotty played on "Reconsider
Baby", then recorded and mixed the rest. That song did so
well that the group decided to do a whole album of the same
stuff. He has Billy Swan of "I Can Help" fame on the vocals, Boots Randolph on Boots' last project (he was Mr.
Sax for many years), Bob Moore with 17,000 sessions under
his ample belt in the last 40 years on bass, Bucky Barrett
of Roy Orbison's band for 8 years on guitar, Buddy Spicher-
the finest Nashville fiddle player-on fiddle, Fred Satterfield-with the Oak Ridge Boys for many years-on drums, Steve Shepherd-Scotty's friend and keyboard player
on Scotty's sessions with Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler, and
many others on keys. The entire group recorded this project live in Scotty's studio. And a good time was had