Otis Taylor's new album is worth a listen as one of the better blues albums (and styles) of today's music scene. Taylor's trance blues style, accompanied by evocative stories in the verses themselves, mark him as a musical innovator. What makes this album unique in his overall trajectory is the collaboration with Mato Nanji, frontman of the band Indigenous. The pairing makes tremendous musical and topical sense, with Nanji's guitar work and vocals providing good texture and mood to the frequent stories on this album of Native American historical experiences. Excellent album 4/5 rating.