Unambitious and unassuming, this album nonetheless features the hot blues guitar that this Canadian party-music monster is known for. Quoting briefly from "In the Mood" on "Downtown Came Uptown" is about the only time he ventures from comfortable territory. The cover picture of him firing up a professionally rolled doobie and staring sideways at you with heavily lidded eyes says it all about his attitude. Blues-rock fans will still find something here to love. Don't ever mistake this guy for the sensitive American singer/songwriter of the same name.
My Eyes Keep Me in Trouble Review
by Mark Allan