The Connection- Labor Of Love LP. They've been applauded by rock pioneer, visionary, and former Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham and championed by East Street legend Little Steven Van Zandt; and for good reason. There’s no one on the scene today --no one-- that does rock `n' roll better than The Connection. Their music takes us back to the early days of rocks innocence and exuberance when people like Eddie Cochran, Chuck Berry, The Rolling Stones and The Fab Four sang songs that affirmed the uncontaminated feeling of youth. “Labor Of Love” is the soundtrack to the love child of Nick Lowe, Flamin’ Groovies, the Kinks, and Graham Parker as they stumble their way through the Bowery with the swagger of Exile-era Rolling Stones and finishing off the night by passing out on the Ramones tour bus. “Labor Of Love “ is produced by legendary rock ‘n’ roller Andy Shernoff of the Dictators and the results are nothing short of stunning. Highly recommended.