Back in the good old days, freedom of speech went just so far and came at a cost. Censorship, especially in entertainment, was at its highest... even in private clubs. Blues singers had to seduce their audiences with clever lyrics, double entendres, and lots of food references to get around strict decency laws. Singer Rev. Mary and her Blue Crew unveil a steamy array of vintage bawdy blues paying homage to performers like Mae West, Sophie Tucker, Bessie Smith, Rosa Henderson, Ruth Brown, Stella Johnson ... and Barrel House Annie, to name a few. You'll be amazed at all the hidden meanings "grease my griddle," "hot dog roll," "mighty tight," "arriving in low," and "put some sugar in my bowl," can have.