There are a bunch of great sessionplayers that Fuzzbee got on this album... What do you give for names like Jerry Marotta on Drums, Tony Levin on bass and David Sancious on keyboards... What a gang... When I should add Fuzzbee as an artist and put him in a category it was really hard. There are a bunch of various styles on here. The lovely soft soulish "Ooh Baby", the 70's Santana-influenced "Zonga" where Fuzzbee shows what a great guitarplayer he is, the bluesy "Brother Ray" with a touch of Gary Moore and "Livin In The Land of Free" that could have been a song from the swedish artist Eric Gadds repertoire. All in all a really good album - musically fantastic and well performed stuff. A few songs pulls down the grading a little. But all in all - check it out if you like groovy well performed combo of soul, soft blues, instrumetal tunes and well - even westcoastvibes.