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Robert Earl Keen: Gringo Honeymoon

Richard Gehr, The Village Voice, 31 October 1994

ONCE OR TWICE a year I can count on a new country album to sidle up and tear apart my cement-encrusted heart. More often than not, it's by a former resident of Lubbock, Texas--dusty jewels like Honky Tonk Masquerade, Own and Own, After Awhile or Across the Great Divide.

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