This is the second album from young Southern Californian singer/ guitarist/bandleader Johnny, following on from 2014's Soul Search. Johnny likes to play hard and heavy, with elements of Led Zeppelin (try the opening track), Albert King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Philip Sayce, and Jimi Hendrix, though there are also long quieter interludes, and his songs are written as such rather than mere excuses for extended guitar shredding. He is happy to move outside the strictly blues-rock box too - listen to 'Turn The Key' with its strong psychedelic tinges in the rhythm and vocal arrangement, over an acoustic base; 'Waiting For The Rain' starts out with a mellow groove and then becomes almost an Eagles type of number. 'Devil's Comin'' pays homage to Hendrix on many levels - with its particularly impressive guitar work, its sticky rhythm and the song structure itself,not to mention the drummer's quick "Machine Gun" quote. 'Drag You Down' is up-tempo, relentless, loud and a little akin to Lenny Kravitz, 'I Want You To Stay' would have been described at one time as "radio-friendly" and 'Limbo Lane' is classic rock, a rather nice way to close out this impressive blues-rock set with its individual touches.