The married neo-traditionalist couple's second real album together
opens with a matched, harmonica-spiked pair: a strummed shuffle where
Robison portrays a young man escaping Louisiana for a Texas job
against Dad's wishes, followed by a number Willis coos more vaguely,
about employment prospects in Detroit succumbing to factory closings.
The rest feels breezy-to-drowsy. Seven-year ache "Shake Yourself
Loose" manages the most marital friction. "Anywhere but Here" offers
more youthful restlessness. And Jeannie C. Riley, Statler Brothers and
Zombies covers stake out boundaries of taste.