The Gusto label (I.M.G.) has put out some nice re-issues in the past few years (mostly under the supervision of researcher Gary Reid), but this CD is more reminiscent of the company's earlier, sloppier work. It appears to have been put together with little thought and care, and little in the way of information as to who plays what. Bill Harrell made a few good records on his own for the Starday label (actually some of his best work ever) with some great sidemen (Bill Emerson, Buzz Busby, etc). Those six cuts include ONE TRACK MIND, EATIN' OUT OF YOUR HAND, and TRAGIC HIGHWAY, plus a couple of banjo instrumentals, one of them definitely by Bill Emerson (BANJO WHIZ). The rest of the 20 song disc comes from material that Reno & Harrell cut for Starday/King and includes songs like JUST A PHONE CALL WILL DO, WHERE IS JONES, ALL THE WAY TO RENO and PEACOCK RAG.