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Moment of Forever

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Having been a Willie fan since I was 10 years old (when "On The Road Again" was a new song), I have to say this is not a disappointment, but not a CD I would rave about. There are great tracks here, like the opener, written by Willie and his 2 sons, the Kristofferson cover (I love the original by Kris, it's awesome), Always Now, You Don't Think I'm Funny Anymore, Worry B Gone and I'm Alive, are the standouts for me. Gravedigger and Gotta Serve Somebody are pretty good too. Louisiana is a good song but a little late to be considered timely after Hurricane Katrina, and Keep Me From Blowin' Away is a good one too. When I Was Young And Grandma Wasn't Old is okay. Definitely not wild about Takin' On Water and really don't care for The Bob Song (which I personally see as a sad attempt by Kenny Chesney to get Willie to buy into what I call the "Little and Poor" pseudo-country of big and rich). Overall, Willie's voice sounds fantastic!! His guitar playing is great too. There have been albums in recent years where his vocals and playing sounded like he was going through the motions, but not on this album. Despite the weakness of some of the material, Willie jumps on it and really puts out. Personally I think Willie needs to hunker down at Pedernales Studios with the Family Band and produce himself a good solid, original Willie album of all brand new material. That's what his long time fans really want. True Willie collectors will want this album for their collection, but casual listeners to The Red Headed Stranger will be better served to check out the better tracks from this CD on itunes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    The man is a Texas treasure and Willie does it again in spite of Kenny Chesney's involvement.

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