||Get A Load Of This 
Brand New Love ~ You Better Wake Up Baby ~ They Did The Boogie ~ Nobody's Sweetheart ~ I'll Take My Old Guitar ~ Pick-A-Rib ~ Whose Honey Are You ~ Coyote Blues ~ You Shoulda Thought Of That ~ Lookin' Around ~ Kansas City Kitty ~ Hitch My Wagon ~ Some Of These Days ~ Beauty Is As Beauty Does
This is as close as any western swing band of the golden era as you can get today. As a true lover and connoisseur, Stuckey (formerly of the Dave and Deke Combo) gathered an impressive ten piece band featuring Jeremy Wakefield on steel, Whit Smith and Dave Biller on guitars, T. Bonta on piano, Elana Fremerman and Eamon McLoughlin on twin fiddles, Stanley Smith on clarinet, Bob Stafford on trombone, Lisa Pankratz on drums and on basses either Kevin Smith or Jake Erwin. Together or separately these fine congregation have played with Wayne Hancock, Dale Watson, the Lucky Stars, Kim Lenz, the Hot Club Of Cowtown, theAsylum Street Spankers, High Noon, Ronnie Dawson. Impressive isn't it? No need to say that they swing like hell. This is the perfect vehicle for Stuckey's easy going vocals (a bit like Jack Teagarden).
The set list is very solid and includes covers like Adolph Hofner's I'll Keep My Old Guitar, Benny Goodman's Pick-A-Rib, Johnnie Lee Wills' Coyotte Blues and standards like Whose Honey Are You, Nobody's Sweetheart and Some Of These Days respectively made popular in western swing by Leon Selph, Bob Wills and Milton Brown. There's also five Stuckey's originals that are so good you can hardly tell whether they're from the 1946 or 2000!
Billy Horton's flawless production adds to the confusion (no need to say that it's been recorded live in the studio).
If you don't dance to this record, you must be dead!