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Washington, D.C.

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Betty Was Black (& Willie Was White)
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Going Nowhere
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The Highway's Coming
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I Don't Have A Gun
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You Could Be At The Beach Right now, Little Girl
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Nancy Dunn
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A Little Bit Of Sex
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My Name Is Mud
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Tough
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Up Memphis Blues
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We Can't Do This Anymore
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Fake It 'Til You Make It
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Skinny & Small
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Sweet Hitchhiker
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 50:45

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muggsy

This is simply a great rock record. Tommy Womack is a smart and talented songwriter with a killer band, and they tear it up live in the XM Studios on this release. I just downloaded this yesterday and I've listened to it three times already. Five stars.

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Pure Rock & Roll

eclecticountryboy

This recording really captures the rockin' essence of Tommy and his band. It's raw, it's clean, it's tight, it's dirty, and packed with energy. Tommy is a songwriting genius and this recording really showcases his writing skills and all of the energy of the Government Cheese years!!

They Say All Music Guide

In October of 2002, Tommy Womack and his band went into the XM Satellite radio studios and “accidentally” recorded an album. Accidentally, because there was no intention of releasing this session, that is, until they listened back to the tapes. This is rock & roll as worshipped at the Temple of Exile on Main St. These guys have attained the perfect Zen-like balance of loose and tight that only comes through years of playing together. How tight is this band? They recorded an album 50 minutes and 30 seconds long in 54 minutes, and the only thing missing is any between-song banter that may have taken place. No overdubs, no edits, no nothin’. This is a well-oiled rock & roll machine, with its twin guitars making a joyful racket and complementing each other nicely. Womack is a literate, occasionally brilliant songwriter who hasn’t lost sight of what the best rock & roll is all about — three chords and a lot of attitude — and his band knows it too. No big pretense, no big hair, just four guys who would probably be doing the same thing in their garage if they weren’t doing it on-stage (or in a radio station). This session presents Womack in a tougher, leaner setting than his studio albums, and he’s well up to the task. This is what real rock & roll is all about. Highly recommended. [For further information, visit www.tommywomack.com] – Sean Westergaard

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