Now the more astute of you or any huge fan of Chris Isaak will be going "WTF?! I don't recognise this as an album!". And the answer would be yes. You are right. This is a 1991 recording of a live session from a Dutch radio programme (http://www.2metersessies.nl) which runs regular music sessions with musicians. A bit like John Peel used to do. Without the alleged kiddy fiddling.
Chris strums his way through half an hour of a mixture of his own tunes and some classic covers of Orbison, Diamond and Nelson. If you like Isaak's style this is a nice little filler your music library if you can find it. It's from 1991 so don't expect stuff from his Speak of the Devil or Forever Blue albums. This is Isaak at the point where I got into him. 1991. I remember queuing for his gig at the Royal Court in Liverpool with Laura Beachball, my first girlfriend. Listening to this album I sometimes imagine it being a recording of Chris practicing before going on stage.
A short review this one. Mostly because it's a brief "album" that few who are interested will be able to obtain. I think I was just very lucky to be on Usenet on the day it was posted.