Incendiary bebop beauty from the renegade poet John Sinclair with hand drawn cover artwork by Youth. Bohemian ex/manager of the MC5, Sinclair was central to 1960's counterculture. A year or two back he met producer Youth and got dragged into the 21st Century. The result is a hypnotic cele/bration of personal freedom< laid/back thoughts spoken in John Sinclair's gruff, grainy drawl, draped against blues, bebop and trip/hop. Do It, with its lonesome sax, echoes Paddy McAloon's intimate I Trawl The Megahertz> "In those days, to make poetry and art.that wasn't called for. But you did it, even though you knew you would never get paid." Brilliant Corners is a wild tribute to Jack Kerou/ac, and Sitarrtha offers, "If we're lucky, music will bring us through, and we'll wake up singing." What a dude.