In 1977 the legendary harmonica man Billy Boy Arnold and the brute thundering Groundhogs recorded a record on which they particularly emphasized their individual style characteristics. Arnold's "tubey" harp and the hardcore sound of Tony McPhee's band combined to a passionate blues rock album, which despite the massive recordings never sounds excessive and comes up with numerous surprises. Especially "I Wish You Would", which had seemed quite harmless and bland at the Yardbirds with Eric Clapton in the sixties, was realized here with the necessary pressure. But also casual shuffle ("Ah 'W' Baby"), the very slow and dramatic "Blue And Lonesome" and energetic blues rock (for example "Eldorado Cadillac" and "Mary Bernice") are offered here. Recommendation.