Levin 2009. január 22-i bejegyzésének frissítése (szerkesztett változat).
This ballsy new album by Michael Hill has as much 'rock' in its roll as it has the blues, including a couple of forthright songs criticising America's war in Iraq and George Bush in particular. Hill says of the album, "It speaks of two things of great importance to me. One is justice, peace and freedom for all people, things which are so often usurped by greed for oil (black gold), money and power. The other, equally important, is celebration of some of the beauty that always persists in life despite humankind's foibles - love, sensuality and women."
Michael Hill - vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, slide guitar Colin John - vocals, electric guitar, slide guitar Bill McClellan - vocals, drums Hubert Sumlin - guitar tr.8 Vernon Reid - guitar tr.4 David Barnes - harmonica tr.1
01 - Let The Ladies Have The Floor 02 - Black Gold 03 - By George! 04 - New York Doll 05 - Specialization 06 - Afraid Of Love 07 - Fear Itself 08 - Mr. Hubert Sumlin 09 - Bad Boy (Sleep With Anger) 10 - Home I Love