There are points during this set when it seems like Black Oak Arkansas were the best live act of the '70s. Basically this is anytime uber-weirdo Jim "Dandy" Mangrum introduces a song, or sings. The rest of the time the band boogies, choogles and chit-lins (if that's even possible for a band to do) way better than almost any other southern rock group of the era. This definitive version of "When Electricity Came To Arkansas" is so deep fried you can eat it. "Hot And Nasty" is another major highlight.