AllMusic Review by James Allen On The Ladies Man, T-Model Ford comes off more than ever as a living testament to the sustaining power of the blues Playing tunes associated with Muddy Waters ("Two Trains") and Muddy's right-hand man Little Walter ("My Babe"), and revisiting quirky original tunes he has recorded in the past like opening cut "Chicken Head Man," Ford brings to bear his rough-and-ready vocal style and forceful acoustic fingerpicking with an intensity that suggests a performer a good few decades younger."
|A1||Same Old Train||7:08|
|A2||Comin' Back Home||3:44|
|A3||Someone's Knocking On My Door||5:14|
|B1||How Many More Years||5:41|
|B2||Big Legged Woman||7:57|
|B3||I Worn My Body For So Long||4:28|
|B4||Little Red Rooster||3:15|