12 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Grateful Dead scion adds a chapter to his storied songbook.

Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Grateful Dead scion adds a chapter to his storied songbook.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
87 Ratings

87 Ratings

Bonnybeth ,

Doing what he does best

It's great to hear Bobby get back to the western folk sound he does so well. In 1972 when he released his first solo album he showed the world he could be the front man. He & Jerry both had a love for western folk music that was embraced on working mans dead album. It's great to see Bobby go back to this sound. His voice and style of play is just so right at this point in his 50 year career. So excited to hear the rest of the album!

Wz ,

Great to see Bob on the front page of iTunes!

That was a welcome sight! First song already a winner, can't wait for the rest. Now I'll have to go investigate who is playing with him on this- I really like the musicianship and production on this first track.

chrisbryce513 ,

AMAZING

Please do not pay attention to the review written by fitsound, he gave Jon Pardi's new album 5 stars and then gave this album 1 star because Bob Weir needs to shave and comb his hair. Fitsound please stop listening to music. This album is amazing and very different from Bob's other solo records. To me this is what the dead would sound like if they were still all together today.

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