backed by theWatts 103rd Street Rhythm Band. The album consisted mostly of straightforward rhythm and blues performances, including severalJimmy Reed songs, a cover version of Ray Charles' "I Got a Woman" with slightly comedic lyrics, "Mojo Workout", which was a sequel to the Muddy Waters classic "I Got My Mojo Workin'", and "Little Ole Man" which combined a comedic monologue with Stevie Wonder's "Uptight, Everything's Alright".
Also included is an original song credited to Cosby, "Don'cha Know".
"Little Ole Man" became a major hit upon release as a single, attaining gold record status for selling one million copies in the United States and reaching #4 on the U.S. Hot 100 chart.
It was Cosby's only hit song.