I love this new music from Robbie Robertson. He can deliver up tempo songs and slower pretty songs too. I like the variety of songs on this album. My favorite track is "Axman". This song is a groovy tune about the people who make their living making music. The guitar playing rocks on this cut. "Straight Down The Line" is a song that puts me in a good mood. I like the spirit of this song very much. "He Don't Live No More" is an upbeat tune. Ian Thomas provides a fantastic beat on this disc. "When The Night Was Young" is a smooth sounding song. I like the hopeful sentiment of this song. Robbie duets with Eric Clapton on the track "Fear Of Falling". Their voices sound so good together on this song. Any song featuring Clapton has great guitar playing. This song follows that trend. I like the bluesy tone to this cut. Robbie proves that he can make beautiful music without lyrics. The instrumental "Madame X" is very lovely and moving. The other instrumental on this song is "Tango For Django". This song is very sensual. I like this song a lot. "How To Become Clairvoyant" is a song with a funky beat. I want to become clairvoyant so this song is very interesting to me. The best love song on this album is "Won't Be Back". I like the tenderness of Robbie's vocals here. This song is pretty. "The Right Mistake" is an enjoyable four minute song. The song title contains two words that are not usually associated together. I like the cleverness of the lyrics of this song. This is enjoyable new music from Robbie Robertson.