This 12 track album captures the essence of John Hammand one of the most popular white blues artists of the part forty years in concert. The album features many of the songs that established his reputation, songs that remain in his repertoire today. Hammand is in this album interpreting the R&B of Bo Diddly, whose songs he has been playing from the earliest days of his career - 'Hey Bo Diddly', 'I Can Tell' & 'Who Do You Love'. Also songs from a wide spectrum of Blues acts including Otis Rush's 'So Many Road, So Many Trains', Billy Boy Arnold's 'I Wish You Would', Elmore James' 'Dust My Broom', B.B. King's 'Sweet Little Angle' And Howlin' Wolf's 'Evil'.