"Free At Last" is one of my favorite albums. It is by Billy Price who is a soul singer who was born in New Jersey but has live in Pittsburgh since the mid-1970s. Some albums I consider perfect. This is one of them. The drumming is just right for what is needed, the guitar playing is perfect.

He sang for Roy Buchanan in the mid-1970s and recorded several albums with him. The Roy Buchanan band (with Billy) played Carnegie Hall, the New Port Jazz Festival, the Roxy and Troubadour in Los Angeles, and the Spectrum in Philadelphia.

After leaving Roy Buchanan Billy formed his own band called "The Keystone Rhythm Band". Billy received "The Legends of Pittsburgh Rock n Roll" award in 2016, the 2016 Blues Music Award for soul blues album (BMA), and other various awards.

This is "Still Ain't Had Enough" from the album "Free At Last". (David Ray Dodd - drums; Glen Pavonne - guitar; Tom Valentine - bass, background vocals; Don Aliquo - tenor and bari sax; Tony Murtha - keyboards, trumpet and background vocals.