Don “Sugarcane” Harris, I’m On Your Case: We revisit Mr Sugarcane himself for his effort I’m On Your Case, released November 11, 1974 on MPS. Produced by Sugarcane himself, the album leans more into blues and soul than prior albums. Besides Sugarcane himself on vocals/electric violin/bass/organ/percussion, we have Dewey Terry on electric piano/bass/harpsichord/percussion, Paul Lagos retuning on drums, guitarists Randy Resnick and James Bradshaw, drummer Clifton “Foo Foo” Eddie, tenor saxophonist Richard Alpanap, trumpeter Bill Sprague, backing vocalist/percussionist Dalrie “Sunshine” Vail, and percussionist Elsie Lewis. I’ll admit I don’t like it as much as previous albums, but of course, it’s still Sugarcane. Love his voice and violin playing, so I still find some good in this album. That the band is as solid as ever helps, and the material is at least good. I wouldn’t recommend this as a starting place with Sugarcane, but if you’re already a fan, it’s worth getting.