In for a fifth volume and the final in the series is ‘The Mojo Man Special’ with the focus being ‘Party Time’. With the “Mojo” Man in full control here, expect the customary high quality of goods as far as the music is concerned because this series has been red-hot when fulfilling both dancing and listening appetites. Album number five begins in great fashion with Eddie Boyd on Chess Records and track ‘Drifting’, which is saxophone heavy and plenty of additional piano. From there the mood becomes even more animated with a strong vocal performance from Eddie Burns during ‘(Don’t Be) Messing With My Bread’, and equally talented as far as the vocals go is Danny Owens sweeter take of ‘You’re A Little Too Late’. A song of a different sort and more suited for a specific party in mind (i.e., Halloween) is The Poets with ‘Dead’. That said, the song does not sound out of place and offers something a little different, which is a theme during this album with back-to-back gospel numbers from first, Lucilee Barbee and ‘Let The Church Roll On’ and then Swan Silvertones and passionate ‘Trouble In The Way’. Bo Diddley is quite possibly the most represented musician on all the Koko Mojo output as he makes another appearance and this time it’s ‘Dearest Darling’, with special mention going to Bo’s vocal performance. The atmosphere loosens somewhat once ‘Dimple’ gets underway by Felton Jarvis, and followed later by ‘Need Your Lovin’ from Peppermint Harris who is in equally relaxed mood. The end of another fine set of albums from the “Mojo” Man with each volume offering much quality and a few hard to obtain tracks making this a must-have series for those enamoured with rhythm and blues.