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Customer Reviews

Its Charlie Robison so of course your gonna check it out if you came this far….

I bought this album right away and I have to say its very experimental. The Mexican influence is definently there in this album a lot more than previous albums. I still have to listen to it through a few more times but I think its gonna grow on me. Just off of a first listen I recommend Monte Carlo, that song stuck out right off the bat. I say buy it, you won't be disappointed but have an open mind. Its a different album, he stepped out a little on this one but its not a bad thing. Thanks Charlie for another album!

Experimental, no. Great record, YES!

Good solid songs and really good production make this a great release from Charlie. Nothing at all experimental here, that was on the Beautiful Day album. This is Charlie finally getting back to what makes him great. He does justice to the two covers here, especially Wild Man from Borneo, a Kinky Friedman classic. Good music, priced right. Buy it!

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Great tunes as expected from a true song craftsman. Slightly different than previous records with the honest songwriting you expect from Charlie. I've listened to it times in a row and can't pick a favorite yet. They are all just fantastic.


Born: September 1, 1964 in Bandera, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Texas singer/songwriter Charlie Robison was born in Houston and raised on his family's ranch in the town of Bandera; absorbing the music he heard on the local honky tonk scene, he and brother Bruce — later an acclaimed performer in his own right — were also brought up on artists ranging from Black Sabbath to Gram Parsons to Bruce Springsteen. After discovering the thriving music scene in nearby Austin at age 15, Robison began writing his own material, drawing equal influence from rock...
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