By Tom Lanham
Updated March 12, 1999 at 05:00 AM EST

Lone Stone bassist Wyman means well on the sophomore RK project, which resuscitates dusty blues via stellar players like Albert Lee, Eric Clapton, and Nicky Hopkins. But intent loses to tepid content. And the pluses — Wyman’s earnest originals and his use of vocal legend Georgie Fame on four tracks — can’t counteract such minuses as shrill roadhouser Beverley Skeete, who defuses half of these potential firecrackers. C

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