This drop D blues song from William Moore was probably one of my favorite pieces growing up, and I
still keep it in my repertoire. Once again the "triplet" rears it's head with a great D to d- lick, not
to mention the great barrel house romp that starts off the second line that leads up to that very lick.
If you are a blues lover, this song will remain with you. The last person I heard record it was the
electric slide player "Roy Rogers"