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CD Title:  Texas Beer Joint Tour Reviewed by:  Ken Franz (WISongwriter@aol.com) Date: 11-16-02
Reviewer is from:  Milwaukee, WI Rating:  лллл   

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After spending the better part of an hour checking out MTM members' music, I'm glad I decided to purchase Rodney's CD.  It's a great album!  Vocally, I hear shades of Vince Gill.  Nice guitar work.  I'd recommend it to anyone.  I can't wait for the next one.

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CD Title:  Texas Beer Joint Tour Reviewed by:  B.F. Date: 11-13-02
Reviewer is from:  Belton, TX Rating:  ллллл  

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A little about:  There are so many reasons I rate this CD "5-star".  I'll start off by saying this CD is a must-have for any country music fan.  If you like it fast it's on there, if you like it slow it's on there, if you like it medium, it's on there.  But most of all after talking with Rodney several times I found that he is one of the most real, honest, and sincere musicians I've ever had the privilege to speak with.  As far as the talent on this CD, the steel is performed flawlessly, as well as vocals.  If you hear it you will see why I rated "TBJT" 5 Stars!

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CD Title:  Texas Beer Joint Tour Reviewed by:  Brad Willingham Date: 11-06-02
Reviewer is from:  Lubbock, Texas Rating:  ллллл  

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If you like kick ass guitar playing, in a tasteful way...get TBJT.  I heard Rodney play when he was the guest artist at SPC last year.  He had even the instructors looking in awe.  Get this CD.

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CD Title:  Texas Beer Joint Tour Reviewed by:  Ginny Ellis Date: 10-28-02
Reviewer is from:  Houston, TX Rating:  ллллл  

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If you are looking for a Texas music CD that sounds just like all the others...steer clear of "Texas Beer Joint Tour".  Pyeatt, well known Texas guitarist, has come out of the studio, turned his back on Nashville, and put out what may be one of the "purtiest" recordings on the market today.  Pyeatt's clear high tenor voice takes you up and down on an emotional rollercoaster of heartache, growing up, being on top, back to being betrayed and to just having fun.  The only cover on this CD is "House Of The Rising Son" which, when performed by Pyeatt, takes you to the French Quarter, drags you around a little and sends you home.  The guitar work on this CD is a must for true admirers of the instrument, and the CD is laced with some of the best steel guitar you will ever hear, played by producer Steve Palousek how happens to play with Gary Stewart and Ray Price.  This CD is for people who like good music, and has been described by Dub Miller, "A CD for musicians."  It doesn't sound like all the rest.  It's pretty, edgy, and beautifully performed by people who have been doing this for a long time.  Pick up "TBJT", grab a 6-pack and go for a Sunday drive.  If you will listen, you won't be disappointed.

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