These three country legends who share a passion for western swing know they don't have much time left on the clock, so they might as well use what's left to sing the songs they love best with the people they admire. So the crackpot concepts have been put on the back burner while Willie takes turns singing duets with Ray and Merle. Then the three amigos get busy on a few old jukebox faves they've heard so many times they likely know the words better than songs they've written themselves. As a result, the song selection tends toward corny nostalgia (That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine, Mom And Dad's Waltz, Sweet Memories, etc), which might have been easier to stomach if arranger Bergen White hadn't put a smiley face on all the sad and melancholic tunes with his happy-sappy string charts. Was anyone waiting to hear a jaunty version of Hank Williams's Lost Highway?