A big second helping of risque blues and R&B from Britain's Queen Of Bawdy Blues Dana Gillespie. Drawing on new material and from her albums Blue Job (Ace, 1982), Below The Belt (Ace, 1984) and Sweet Meat (Blue Horizon, 1989), Dana belts her way through such classic material as Howlin' Wolf's Spoonful and his boastful Built For Comfort (both from the pen of Willie Dixon), Big Bill Broonzy's Too Many Drivers, Leiber & Stoller's Mainline Baby and a slew of her own gritty compositions including Meat On Their Bones, Sailor's Delight, Horizontal Boogie and Raise A LIttle Hell.
The accompanying bands, cooking up the storm in the background, include saxophonist Pete Thomas, drummer Kieran O'Connor, guitarists Ed Dean, Sam Mitchell, bassist Charlie Hart and pianist (I said pianist! - Ed) Bob Hall. Production chores are handled by legendary Blue Horizon producer Mike Vernon and Dana herself.