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1 	I'm Glad She's Gone	4:03
2 	Love Is Bunk	5:04
3 	Complainin'	3:30
4 	Nothing Is Forever	5:26
5 	I'm No Good	4:30
6 	We Play The Blues	5:24
7 	Two Wrongs	4:26
8 	Soul Gumbo	5:45
9 	It's Raining	4:03
10 	The Quide Song	4:06
11 	Don't Hold Back	6:17
12 	Boogie On	6:47
13 	Feels Like The Blues	4:54

Alto Saxophone – Russ Miller 
Baritone Saxophone – Keith Kaminski
Bass – Pat Prouty
Drums – R.J. Spangler
Electric Guitar – Johnnie Bassett
Flugelhorn – Dwight Adams
Harmonica – Brian Miller (tracks: 6, 11)
Piano – Bill Heid
Rhythm Guitar – Rick Matle (tracks: 13)
Tenor Saxophone – Keith Kaminski, Russ Miller
Trumpet – Dwight Adams
Vocals – Bill Heid (tracks: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13), Johnnie Bassett (tracks: 2, 4, 7, 12)

 

Keyboard/vocalist Bill Heid has performed throughout the U.S., Canada, South America, Europe, and the Far East, including a three year stay in Japan. Perhaps the nuttiest guy on the planet, but Bill treats piano-playing as no joke. This guy is unbelievable and plays a B-3 like Larry Young and Don Patterson, killer left-hand & foot. Piano like Oscar Peterson, McCoy Tyner, Otis Spann & Gene Harris, not to mention total commitment to "cool." Here, Bill attempts to cover all the blues types he loved as a kid. The pure, clean, yet down and dirty guitar sounds of Johnny Basset and the sensuously muted trumpet of Dwight Adams help to propel this good-time disc to the land of great CDs. ---Editorial Reviews, dwmmusic.com

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