With less instrumentation than his first solo outing, this makes for a tough listen for those not completely appreciative of Kinney's
unique Southern rock voice or the solo folk/blues idiom. The title cut is outstanding, as is "Shindig With the Lord"; the song recalls the excitement of a revival tent set up on the outskirts of town as it winds up and down. It's a sight often seen in the rural South, but as in his other songs, the sight seems to be taken from Kinney's
fertile imagination, delivered with his usual urbanity.