Originally released in 1982 on the Accord label, "Mystery Man" is a rare press in the Leon Redbone discography. There were very few of these records pressed in first circulation. Redboned was championed by the likes of Bob Dylan for his love of pre rock and roll music, unique vocal talent and comedic onstage performaces. This record holds a number of quirky folk and blues covers, paying homage to Blind Boy Fuller and Big Bill Broonzy. Re-issued for the first time in 40 years on heavyweight white colour vinyl.