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All the others are just plain great.
I bought this just album mostly to complete my collection of his albums, but after listening, it has become one of my favorite REK albums.
This is a must buy for all REK fans and is certainly more than a worthy introduction to one of America's most unique musical talents.
Great artist, great CD, great seller, great price. One of my favorite REK albums, and some of his best work in my opinion.Published 27 days ago by Jason W.
the song "feeling good again" is worth buying this album for.mr. keene is a walking talking national treasure. appreciate him now.Published 1 month ago by bigjim
I adore this album. I bought it at the Strawberry Music Festival and have listened to it for years. It got stuck in my car's CD player and ruined. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kay
Truly a masterpiece of an album by a legend in the Texas music scene. I bought this just album mostly to complete my collection of his albums, but after listening, it has become... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Eric
I like Robert Earl Keen very much. He writes his songs and sings them with all his heart and soul.Published 23 months ago by M. Adams
thanks for a great CD, love James Earl Keene (esp 'That Buckin' Song' -- 'son you got yourself a mother buckin mare...' lol) and his brand of ?country. Read morePublished on August 18, 2011 by Carlynn
I have every REK album, and this one's my favorite. The perfect blend of all his different styles into some outstanding songs, from serious to humorous. Read morePublished on April 18, 2011 by BD
This was the first Robert Earl Keen CD I ever bought, out of curiousity knowing he co-wrote This Old Porch with Lyle. Read morePublished on August 11, 2006 by T. Johnson
I remember listening to this album while I was attending Texas A&M University. Since Keen is an Aggie himself, attending A&M lends itself to less than a discriminating taste for... Read morePublished on January 14, 2006 by J. Cornelison