“This album’s an arrow straight to the heart… Shows a kinship with Bob Dylan, Paul Butterfield, Electric Flag, Jimi Hendrix… This is music with a social consciousness. If Lozoff’s words don’t get you, the rhythmic groove will.”
— Raleigh News & Observer
In 1986, Bo Lozoff assembled a group of world-class musicians to back him for this collection of original songs. The album ranges from soulful blues and quiet ballads to sizzling rock. It was released to excellent music magazine reviews.
In 2003, Bo and his producer Zan McLeod went back in the studio to digitally remix and master the original recordings for a cleaner, more modern sound. Listen to the results below!
…Emotional without soppiness, hard-hitting but not grim, personal and captivating at the same time… The Gospel tag at the end of The Outlaw Maury Logue sent chills up my spine… Lozoff’s talent as a lyricist shines throughout the album.
— The Independent