In 1980, right before the recording of The Gun Club's mighty debut The Fire of Love, Jeffrey Lee Pierce did a handful of solo acoustic recordings based on his fascination for Mississippi Delta blues. And this is what this record sounds like -- Jeffrey Lee Pierce doing a review of the classic blues -- raw, bitter and straight to your heart. These recordings are now released on vinyl for the first time. This album contains a 16-page booklet with previously-unreleased photographs and chronicles from Pierce's friends, speaking about their times and memories with him -- people such as Nick Cave, Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees, Gutter Twins), Henry Rollins, Kim Salmon (Scientists, Beasts Of Bourbon), Terry Graham (The Gun Club), Tex Perkins (Beasts Of Bourbon, Cruel Sea, Butcher Shop), Kid Congo Powers (The Gun Club, The Cramps, Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, Butcher Shop), Jim Sclavunos (Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, The Cramps, Sonic Youth, Panther Burns), Spencer P. Jones (Beasts Of Bourbon, The Johnnys, Butcher Shop, Slappers), Steve Wynn (Dream Syndicate), Jeremy Gluck (Barracudas), Jim Duckworth (The Gun Club), Billy Zoom (X), Keith Morris (Circle Jerks, Black Flag), Bob Bert (Chrome Cranks, Pussy Galore, Sonic Youth, Five Dollar Priest), Hugo Race (Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds), Peter Aaron (Chrome Cranks), Dave Graney (Moodists), Tav Falco (Panther Burns), Dan Stuart (Green On Red), and more. Released in a deluxe, limited edition of 1,000 on heavy vinyl with a gatefold cover.