Western DJ and Critic, Rick Huff, reviews this latest Belinda Gail and Curly Musgrave release for several publications. It is included here. \'Obviously a new CD from (arguably) the best known duo in Western Music is going to be well done! But another aspect of this newest release from the multi-award winners is impressive in it's own right. More than ever before, I was struck with the feeling it\'s not just a display of performing prowess. There are specific and appropriate reasons for the intracies to be used...which means, even as good as they are, Belinda & Curly still have more they will show us! New visions and perspectives abound in this one. There are strong cowboy images in \'The Old Waxed Jacket,\' (Diane Tribitt\'s moving poem given melody and set to music), Ray Kraft & Jack Hannah\'s contemporary classic \'Silver Spurs\' and there are acknowledged classics like \'Texas Plains\' and \'Roly Poly\' here. And they\'ve \'claimed\' yet another song for the Western side (Tom Paxton\'s \'Last Thing On My Mind\'). But some nicely startling medley work (1859\'s \'I\'ll Twine \'Midst The Ringlets\'...basis for \'Wildwood Flower\'...hooked to Gordon Lightfoot\'s \'For Lovin\' Me\' and \'I Gave My Love A Cherry\' dating from the 18th century teamed with \'Twelfth Of Never!\') will keep you on your toes. And if they don\'t, try \'Mule Ears In The Sand,\' or the portrait of Silkville and Kansas/French immigrant \'silk ranching\' called \'La Fille de Valeton!!\' There\'s much more in this CD to recommend than we have space for, which is a huge reason you should snap this one up!\'