Winwood was such a terrific talent from his days with the Spencer Davis Group in the 60s and onwards with his vocals, keyboards and guitar playing and he is still on form. He does a top version of Georgia On My Mind in fact I went back to the SDG version to compare and found that the latest, while not quite as supple vocally, is maybe more soulful - depends what you like, the SDG version was amazing. Still ya can't beat Uncle Ray, eh? Winwood and Clappers also reprise some early Traffic numbers which come up well, particularly the instrumental from John Barleycorn called Glad. Also, and surprisingly Them Changes, the Band of Gypsies track. Winwood turns this into a great soul tour de force, and it was apparently played over the phone to the dying author and original singer Buddy Miles, which cheered him up no end.Eric does a solo acoustic Rambling On My Mind, the Robert Johnson song he first haltingly recorded on Bluesbreakers with Mayall. This time around (ok 50 years on...) it's a ripper! Also Double Trouble is played with passion and fire, and vocally it is powerful - it matches the intensity of Otis Rush's original Cobra recording, in fact it made me get out Clapton's excellent From The Cradle Cd from 1994 where he does a great version of Rush's Groanin The Blues. The cream of this crop is Jimi Hendrix's "Voodoo Chile" on which a young Winwood originally played organ. Winwood now sings it and plays organ while Clapton's guitar reaches for the stratosphere - some great moments in the 16 minute track, but but...I had to get out Electric Ladyland - ya can't beat Jimi, all you can endeavor to do is come close, and they do. I'll give it four out of five - you can buy the double DVD for about the same price.You can post this review if you like Lynne. I have also been listening to Oumou Sangare's "Seya" - a fabulous five star album for me - I've posted a review on Amazon Cheers, Barry McGloin'