Recorded in King King Club in Hollywood, where The Red Devils had every Monday fixed for a performance. Exact dates of these recordings are unknown, nevertheless the best post 70’s contemporary live Blues Recordings ever (Colorofsound). The Red Devils were noticed and signed by Rick Rubin’s America Recordings. Their obvious talents, vibrant and dynamic sounds but especially the harmonica playing of Lester Butler (1998) makes this a phenomenal album. This release triggered a series of opportunities: recording at least 22 tracks with Mick Jagger, backing Johnny Cash and Bruce Willes all of which turned up on Bootleg’s at the time and later released on compilation albums of the artists. Unfortunately due to the indifferences and uncontrollable substance abuse this exciting and full of potential blues band only made one actual album.