While no one was anticipating longtime blues great Lowell Fulson to equal or even approach his masterful 1950s work on this session, he turned in a pleasantly competent date of both heartache numbers and more upbeat tunes. Fulson's leads were clear and nicely phrased, his guitar work still tasty and clever. He interspersed some swamp pop, Texas shuffle, and urban blues riffs into his material, and on "Blues and My Guitar" displayed the fluidity and performance magic that made his classic sides unforgettable.
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AllMusic Review by Ron Wynn