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This CD is one of those that gets ever more interesting the more it's played.
A word of warning to those buying this cd - Do not listen to "Out here in the middle" or "Valley road" in the morning...you WILL be singing them all day long.
Heavy-rotation singles like "Out Here in the Middle" and the title cut give a good impression of what this album actually sounds like.
I don't know. I heard Choctaw Bingo or whatever it was and thought that was clever but the rest of it is bleh.Published 3 days ago by S. Fox
Where'd you get that red dress? That and Gulf Road are closet JMM classics. And Choctaw Bingo of course. Man, I don't care...I want to be Uncle Slayton when I grow up. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Edward Kaye
what can you say about McMurtry, you're either a fan or your not. If you are, like me, and don't have this, get it......worth it just for Valley Road...Published 12 months ago by daddybruce
A friend of mine got me hooked on James Mcmurtry, now I can't get enough! Every CD I purchase featuring him is a delight. Read morePublished 19 months ago by lyndenisland
I had stopped following James McMurtry when this album came out, and so I missed it until now. I found his late '90s albums to be less and less compelling, and by the title I... Read morePublished on November 15, 2011 by Autonomeus
Choctaw Bingo-nuff said. Great CD. Joe is well pleased!! Robert Earl Keen saw fit to cover several songs off this CD. Pretty high praise from another great songwriter.Published on November 5, 2009 by Joe Leggett
I wonder if it ever bothers James McMurtry that he can't sing without sounding like somebody reading out of the Old Testament. Read morePublished on March 18, 2008 by Kevin L. Nenstiel
James McMurtry may not appreciate comparisons to his father Larry's novels about Texas, but there's more than a little resemblance between this collection of songs and the mournful... Read morePublished on August 4, 2007 by Ronald Scheer
I bought this for the track Choqtaw Bingo,recommended on a show by Stephen King, a great driving boogie with witty lyrics which conjured up a whole subculture. Read morePublished on May 30, 2007 by Mhuwsic