This is one of the most important albums to come down the pike in long time. In its second week out, it's already being played on 80 college radio stations across the country. Blues and rock legend Al Kooper just sent Howling Diablos band leader, lead singer and rhythm guitarist (on some tracks) Tino Gross a brief but telling e-mail. "Car Wash rules," Kooper wrote. Tino told Big City Rhythm & Blues that this CD is an extension of the recording he produced for R.L.