The Bottom Line
- "Crazy Train"
- "The Mountain"
- "Walkin' The Dog"
- Would liked to have had lyrics included with the album.
- Ronnie Bowman's fourth album.
- Produced by Ronnie Bowman and Don Cook.
- Eleven tracks including the song, "It's Gettin' Better All The Time."
Guide Review - Ronnie Bowman - It's Gettin' Better All The Time
"On My Way Back Home" evokes a feeling of happiness because nothing is better than heading back to your loved ones. "No more running, no more wasting time, I've got a ticket on a one way ride on the next train leaving tonight" Ronnie sings. "Crazy Train" is upbeat, full of fine dobro and banjo pickin', and or course a mandolin sound that can't be beat. Starting with the sound of thunder, "The Mountain" is a song with lyrics full of vivid imagery. The mountain describes the people who surrounded it many years ago. "Build A Little Playhouse" is a cute story about a boy whose mother never worried about him because he and the little girl would always play behind her house. Dan Tyminski provides background vocals.
"Perfect Love," written by Ronnie Bowman and Dan Tyminski, is about a man who loves a woman deeply. He doesn't care where they met because she's the only one for him and they will be together forever. Next is a version of "It's Gettin' Better All The Time." Most know the Brooks & Dunn version but this one is pretty darned good too. Closing the album is the upbeat tune, "Walkin' The Dog." It's another bluegrass gem full of mandolin, fiddle, banjo, dobro, and bass.