Recorded February 21, 2003, before a live audience in The Cave, Tree Sound Studios, Duluth, Georgia.
Delta Moon’s line-up on this recording was Tom Gray on vocals, lap steel guitar and keyboards, Mark Johnson on bottleneck slide guitar, Gina Leigh on vocals and hand percussion, Johnny McKnight on drums, and Jon Schwenke on bass.
1. Look Way Down That Lonesome Road
3. Put Your Arms Around Me
4. Baby, Please Don’t Go
7. Like My Baby Can
8. Somebody’s Been Using That Thing
9. Do the Do
10. Edna Mae
11. Mean Town Blues
Release date: May 31, 2003
“One of the best albums of the year.” – King Biscuit Time
“Their exposive mix of Delta blues, R&B, boogie-woogie, gospel, and blues-rock is innovative and daring. But most striking is the way their slide guitars interlock in each song, resulting in a swampy, loose-limbed sound that buzzes with passion.” – Blues Revue
“Listening to Delta Moon on CD is never going to come close to their wonderful live performances, but this CD comes pretty close. If you thought blues was about motionless musicians with anguished expressions belting out tired old 12 bars, shuffles, or play-by-numbers blues rock, then think again. This is a collection of well arranged rootsy songs played by a band whose clear enjoyment in playing is infectious.” – Blues Matters! (UK)
“The far-reaching influences, the personal experiences, and the unflinching willingness – not to mention uncanny ability – to completely stretch the blues, make Delta Moon’s records at once exciting and sincere.” – Hittin’ the Note