The album, though being issued on the small Lizard label, may be not so obscure, but the band surely is. Named after a small town somewhere out in the back country near San Diego, there is almost no information available on this outfit. They are: Steve Williams, Bob Desnoyers, Ron Armstrong and John Fergus. Their music is mostly heavy blues rock with extremely powerful vocals. Best songs are "Tobacco Road" with a strong guitar solo and thundering blues harp, "Ramblin Man" (not the Allman Brothers' song) and the apocalyptic "Valley Thunder". Their cover of the Rolling Stones' "Jumpin' Jack Flash' is a bit lame, although it has a good progressive Guitar solo. There are 2 or 3 other songs, that seem to be mere fillers. But still - this is better than some of the 100-dollar-records you see for sale. - Originally came with a set of stamps depicting the musicians.
Bob Desnoyers — gitár, ének Steve Williams — ének, szájharmonika John Fergus — basszusgitár, ének Ron Armstrong — dob, ének
01 - Tobacco Road 02 - Long Tall Sally 03 - Sunrise Over Jamul 04 - Movin' ToThe Country 05 - Hold The Line 06 - Jumpin' Jack Flash 07 - All You Have Left Is Me 08 - Nickel Thimble 09 - I Can't Complain 10 - Ramblin' Man 11 - Valley Thunder