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There are roots-rockers and then there's Webb Wilder. The self-proclaimed "Last Of The Full Grown Men" is large enough for the big screen, hip enough to star in cult classic B movies, and tough enough to maintain a devoted worldwide fan base through a relentless never ending tour schedule. More Like Me, his first collection of new material since 2005, is classic Webb Wilder, an ... Read more in Amazon's Webb Wilder Store

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  • Audio CD (December 28, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Volcano Entertainment II, LLC
  • ASIN: B0002BGV0A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #154,366 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Buy this cd and give your ears something new to listen to - they'll appreciate it and you will, too.
Patricia R. Andersen
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.
M. Hughes
This album was one of those pleasant surprises - where you buy an album for a single and end up loving every song.
G. Peterson

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Shake on July 20, 2003
Format: Audio CD
It seems odd that Webb Wilder, a man who once helped the Governor of Tennessee's daughter make a drivers ed film and a guy who claims to have been abducted by UFOs would also release Doo Dad, the best rock'n'roll record of 1991. His "Economy with Dignity Tour" that year had crowds from Dallas Texas to London Europe going nuts. By the spring of 1992 people were flying and driving long distances to catch the show. Webb is part ACDC, part Red Sovine. Smokin' lead guitar work from Donny "The Twangler" Roberts puts this one over the top. The Rock'n'Roll Justice League should investigate why Doo Dad was not a top 10 hit. Now that nasty car jack tunes are being forced down the throats of radio & TV audiences by the Helen Kellers that control the music biz, securing a copy of Doo Dad has never been more important.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Patricia R. Andersen VINE VOICE on February 22, 2003
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Webb Wilder has been described as "Fess Parker on Thorazine". If that idea tickles your brain cells, that your ears will be tickled to hear this cd.
This group is difficult to catagorize - the term that comes to mind is rockabilly, sort of Bill Haley and the Comets, but that doesn't quite fit the music. It's sort of Gerogia Satellites meets the Beatles.
Though the music doesn't fit into a neatly defined catagory, it is a very good cd. "Tough It Out" is the standout to me, though "Meet Your New Landlord" and "Everyday (I Kick Myself)" are running a close second.
Buy this cd and give your ears something new to listen to - they'll appreciate it and you will, too.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By G. Peterson on April 6, 2003
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This album was one of those pleasant surprises - where you buy an album for a single and end up loving every song. The sound is hybrid rockabilly - a blend of hard driving rock with homey lyrics and a lot of rich steel guitar. You find yourself thinking that you are listening to a really good club band because a level of personality and originality comes across that is lacking from so many "commercial" acts nowadays. This is not to say that the music is unfinished or underproduced - the entire album comes across as a very clever, polished product.
Singles like "Tough It Out" and "Meet Your New Landlord" stand out, as does the instrumental "Sputnik".
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Rich The Reviewer on December 28, 2005
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Webb Wilder (the group) is somewhat of an enigma;

they've never gotten either the recognition or

airplay they deserve. Like fellow NashVegans,

Jason & The Scorchers, they're 'too country for

Rock radio and too Rock for Country radio',

even though Webb's got one of his size 13 EEE's

in both country and Rock! OK, enough of the

schtick, eh? Their sound has never been clearer

or better than here and and when I saw them LIVE

at (get this:)The jewish Mother [Deli/& Blues Bar

Band joint](the one that got Busted (not Cheap

Trick), on Sixty Minutes for selling alcohol to

Minors!) in Jan. '93 they were superb. Too bad

only 23 people showed up! [In other words slightly

more than bought Tom Peterson's '84 solo release!]

All the songs, including the ever-present covers

sounded great here. Awesome effort guys and hope

you can get this solid effort back in print. The

fine video 'Corn Flicks' promotes this effort as

well. As with all Webb's efforts, 'Pick Up On It'.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jo Ann Thompson on January 15, 2005
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Due to the surprising chance to hear "Tough It Out" on regular radio play, I was itroduced to Webb's music and bought "Doo Dad" (tho I had to special order it) while it was still in print. I have never looked back. This album comes out roaring with "Tough It Out" and hooks you with its hard lyrics, riffs, and punchy drums. Then thru the weird wild ride Webb takes you to the world of rockabilly and space cowboy music you go from earth to space in "Sputnik", the back to earth with the mysogonistic "King of the Hill" and finally calms down from that frenetic ride with "And the Rest (Will Take Care of Itself)." Truly one of best of Webb it is a great album for people to see all the sides of Webb and not get distracted from some of the surreal pontificating that happens on albums like the fun "Town & Country" cd. If you can find a copy, BUY IT. You won't be sorry. Each track is great. Next I suggest a little "Hybrid Vigor" to wet your Webb whistle.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dudley S. Marshall on April 23, 2004
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This is the first Webb Wilder cd that I bought, and I fell instantly in love with all things Webb. Doo Dad is full of standout tracks, but to me the introspective "The Rest Will Take Care Of Itself" is my favorite song on the cd, and one of the best songs ever written.
If you are familiar with Webb Wilder, Doo Dad is what you have come to expect from the last of the full grown men. It's a solid album, with no filler whatsoever.
I had the pleasure of talking to Webb last year before a show and he is a real down to earth guy. He just loves to play, and that comes across in his music. Everybody that I have let listen to this cd has loved it.
Webb has always defied classification, and I think it's better that way. There is only one Webb.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Charles S. Hoster Jr. on September 29, 2006
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AS A BIG FAN IN THE MIDWEST, I HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO GIVE WEBB THE AIR PLAY HE SO RICHLY DESERVES VIA COMMUNITY RADIO. THIS CD REPRESENTS WEBB TO THE MAX. ORIGINALS AND COVERS ARE HEARTFELT AND REFLECT THE FUN THAT THEY ARE HAVING MAKING THE CD---A GREAT COMBINATION. ADD THIS TO YOUR COLLECTION AS SOON AS YOU CAN.
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