In this episode, we're featuring a high-energy trucking-themed album from Del Reeves: "Looking At The World Through A Windshield" (1968). Filled with well produced, fun and energetic traditional country truckin' tunes, this album is truly a romp from woe to go - typical of Del Reeves career. It's no surprise that Reeves would return to the trucking theme after the success of "Girl On The Billboard" in 1965, and he burns through "Highway 40", Jim & Jesse's "Diesel On My Tail", with a few Big Bopper-styled lines in "One Track Mind". A collection of 60s trucking tunes wouldn't be complete with a tip of the hat to the master of the genre in Dave Dudley, and Del Reeves does justice to an amped-up version of "Six Days On The Road". This album is a lot of fun to work through, and the title track remains one of the best examples of the truck-driving genre in country music history.