Frank Frost's Southern-styled blues hasn't changed much since the 1960s, but if something isn't broken, it need not be fixed. Frost, who learned how to blow a mouth harp from Little Willie Foster and Sonny Boy Williamson, specializes in pneumatic, electric Delta Blues saturated in the rhythmic dynamics of Northern soul structure. His hot-blooded singing is as passionate as his playing, and it comes across even better in his live recordings. Here we find Frost playing a catalog of originals and traditional standards like they were pages torn from his own diary of heartbreak and loss. Even the more up-tempo versions of old blues party songs such as "I Got My Mojo Working" display a fire in the man's belly hardly found on VH1 or at the House of Blues.