R. L. Boyce has been wanting to make this record for decades. He has backed the greatest hill country legends, from Jesse Mae Hemphill to Otha Turner. He has played in and around Mississippi since he was a child. But this master at blues improvisation. At the picnic groove. This artist whose sound is truly like no other. Has never been put onto tape effectively until now. On one hot and steamy Mississippi weekend, R. L. gathered his friends and played his heart out, the first day right on his porch, with the whole neighborhood gathering around, the second in Jim Dickinson's legendary Zebra Ranch studio. The cast of characters on this record is just mind-blowing Luther Dickinson, North Mississippi All-Star and Black Crowe guitar slinger, heads the band, displaying why he is considered one of the best slide guitar players in the country. Calvin Jackson-Junior Kimbrough's drummer and Hill Country foundation. Playing for the first time ever-with his son and R. L. Burnside's grandson Cedric Burnside (two full drum kits). Otha Turner grandson Andre Evans joined Calvin on day 1, while Lightnin' Malcolm provided the sauce that he has become known for.