Only CHARLIE ROBISON would audaciously name his album GOOD TIMES (Dualtone), and sure enough, the John Prine-ish title track mines every cliché in the book. Charlie is known for being the honey-voiced troublemaker sibling in the Bandera-raised Robison clan (brother Bruce also sings and records). His amiable, sometimes bawdy country-rock along with his wit and good looks have proved a winning combination. Robison continually distances himself from Nashville and the hat acts, and among the converted, his mouthing off has only enhanced his rep. So some fans may be surprised by how much serious material (including several tunes not by Robison) dots the landscape of the new CD. But as always, it's his bad-boy charm, on romps such as "Love Means Never Having to Say You're Hungry," that wins you over.