Haggard's master phrasing and characteristically rough-toned vocals deliver all the resonant interpretive impact he's prized for, his band the Strangers operate throughout at their reliably superlative level, and the contributions from exceptional guitar veteran (and longtime Haggard cohort) Reggie Young lends the set a bewitching, jazz-informed radiance. from the ideal Western swing workout of the title track opener-a wild, left handed bale of sly metaphor that underscores Hag's oft-confrontational relationship with Music City USA- to the stark, wounded vulnerability of "Sometimes I Dream," to the glorious, cannabis-enriched goof of "Laugh It Off" Haggard displays a high-voltage involvement that pushes each track into the impressive, and intense, territory that's his alone.
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