This Album was recorded from the US coast to coast. It began in Seattle in 2007 with four tunes, One Way Out, Messin with The Kid, Big Boss Man and You Drink Too Much. The drums were recorded in Ray Neyens' House in Fall City, Wa and played by Jim Parsons. At the time it was just for fun, not to do a whole record. As songs were written during the next 2 years, it slowly progressed in between touring and session work. This CD probably would never have been finished, but for the grace of God, and the torrential flooding in the Nashville area. The flood forced Forrest Lee Jr.to relocate his studio, and sessions to Loretta Lynn's Coal Miners Recording Studio. Having the change of venue gave new life to this project, and subsequently it was completed in august 2010. Not only are there a few covers of songs most likely heard on the Blues Brothers movie and record, but also the classic Big Boss Man, recorded as a heavy hard rock song with a fat bottom, layered with baritone guitar, bass, and at least 2 more electric guitars. As the CD progressed, great artists like Moe Denham jumped on board to add his B3 guru mojo, and after remixing numerous times to match drum sounds, and replacement tracks, Forrest and the boys removed some clutter, and stripped it back. It was over the top with harp, too many guitars... we decided more is not always better, and pulled out a lot of tracks on several songs, trying to keep it what it was intended to be at the beginning, a fun Blues CD. With raw drum sounds, and chirpy overdriven guitar, and mistakes left in, this is a good representation of Forrest's live blues show, not a slick over produced CD.