An American blues singer who helped define the soul blues tradition, Z.Z. Hill was perhaps best known for his 1970s and 1980s recordings for the Malaco label and for the track Down Home Blues, cited as the best known blues song of the 1980s. In 1971 Hill hooked up with iconic producer Jerry Williams Jr., better known as Swamp Dogg to record an album in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Years later, 1983 to be exact, they hooked up again using some of Z.Z.s vocals from the first session and recorded all new music tracks to produce Thrill On The (Z.Z.) Hill. Long out of print, the album finally becomes available in the digital realm, newly remastered.