"The instrumental work on here is just plain awesome...and really puts up a case for them being reclassified from upstart revivalists onto American roots music greats."— Folk Roots (UK)
Considered the seminal (and most infamous) blues trio of the folk/blues revival in the '60s, KR&G forever influenced how urban white musicians approached and performed blues. Their rabid fans included John Lennon and The Doors. This gloriously rowdy disc includes some of KR&G's truly legendary and most popular tracks: "The Boys Was Shootin' It Out Last Night" (a "Spider" John Koerner "true story" original), Dave Ray's awesome reading of "Packin' Trunk," and the ultra-cool Tony Glover track "Don't Let Your Right Hand Know (What your Left Hand Do)."