Over the years, Nelson has shown that he sometimes looks at relationships differently than the average songwriter (such as "Crazy"), with a little more thought and from new perspectives. After all, not everyone's life is moon, June, and honeymoon. Two of the finest examples of the Willie way are on this album: "I'm A Memory" and, especially, "What Can You Do to Me Now?" By his standards, this isn't good enough to be called a classic album, but it would still blow many other artists out of the water.
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AllMusic Review by Jim Worbois