Johnny Mastro, a music worker from Los Angeles to New Orleans, well known in Europe, a consummate harmonica player, with thirteen albums behind him and an inveterate roadrunner. His music rides on the most contorted blues that swiftly and mercilessly erodes anyone who is willing to listen to. He's ready for you if you are ready for him. In this last album he does not give respite, he's willing to cry out to Elmore James as president, a whole declaration of principles for anyone who wants to dare to a rapturous dose of guitars, harmonicas and riffs without contemplation. It's just hard, biting blues.