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Buy this cd and give your ears something new to listen to - they'll appreciate it and you will, too.
He mixes easily and well the influences that steer his music - rock and roll, Nashville style country and western, rock-a-billy, surf music and blues.
This album was one of those pleasant surprises - where you buy an album for a single and end up loving every song.
May be my favorite of all of Webb's 5 Star efforts, but who can decide really. This is a must have for all those Rock/Rockabilly/Guitar/Swampadelic fans out there. Read morePublished 28 days ago by BigKev
This is about the 3rd time I've bought this CD. I keep wearing it out or giving my copy to someone else! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Saundra L. Kemp
Excellent rock-and-roll album. Great vocals and band. The song, "Tough it Out" alone is worth the cost of the album. If you like classic rock, you'll love this album!Published 20 months ago by Charles L. Alday
like brand new c.d.
excellent sound and packaging
great price for a used c.d.
will enjoy for a long time
Love Webb. Got most of his albums. This is a really good one. A good one for someone just exploring his music and a must have if you already know about and like Webb Wilder. Read morePublished 23 months ago by M. Hughes
Never a dull moment with this CD. Webb re-defines Rock-A-Billy without a shadow of a doubt. You won't be able to sit still when you listen to this CD and will be tempted to... Read morePublished on March 10, 2012 by Johnny Pasta
This is a grat cd. Webb Wilder is different but terrific. My favorite song is "Big Time". I bought the cd for that song. My next favorite is "The Rest (Will Take Care of Itself". Read morePublished on May 1, 2011 by Timothy Mathias Sr.
And you're also never too late to discover Webb Wilder. This album is a bar rock/hard rock/rockabilly-ish masterpiece. Read morePublished on March 9, 2010 by PDX-ish guy