Sunday night saw the welcome return of The Doc (Nick Beckett) with his Medicine Bag.
If you needed one phrase to sum up The Doc's shows, that phrase might be "predictably unpredictable".
It was - as always with Nick - a meandering journey of top-notch music, that took us from Georgie Fame's classic September 1963 gig at The Flamingo to the title track from The Doors' seminal '71 album "LA Woman".
Along the way he served up a feast of wonderful sounds, encompassing Soul, R&B, Funk, Garage and more, with a couple of newer tracks thrown into the set for good measure.
The Doc never lets you down. Ever. His sets are always bang on the money. He'd never admit to the amount of effort he clearly puts into preparing them, but it's obvious that he does. Entertaining, informative, and delivered in his own uniquely engaging style.
If there had to be one criticism, it would be that he's never fully grasped the concept that there's only supposed to be 60 minutes in a one-hour show. But we'll forgive him that. Again!
You can get Nick on Twitter @DrGonzo2411
The full set-list is below, and there's a link at the end that will take you to the Fusion showreel page on Mixlr, where you can listen back to it.
Listen here: http://mixlr.com/fusion-on-air/showreel/