By the time of 1986's Montana Cafe, Hank Williams, Jr. had established himself as a singular hitmaking country artist, long out of his father's shadow. This allowed Bocephus to loosen up his outlaw image a bit, making this is a happier album because of it. Among the ten tracks are plenty of upbeat hits, including "Country State of Mind," "Mind Your Own Business" featuring Reba McEntire and Willie Nelson, and what would become Hank Jr.'s signature song, "My Name Is Bocephus."
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AllMusic Review by Al Campbell