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The Williams Brothers

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Album Review

Acoustic guitar, light rock-based tunes featuring smooth harmonies, uncluttered instrumentation, and thought-provoking lyricism. "Can't Cry Hard Enough" and "The Family Room" stand out.

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This is Andy and David Williams, the latter being a sought after session guitarist in rock and pop during the 1980's. But as a duo of brothers, they go acouistic and harmonic - Now, their first outing, lost to the market it seems (I've got it on vinyl) was more like a John Cougar- Everly Brotherish heartland beat, but with this one, and the next one, they landed some of the best harmony singing folk rock I can think of, and still, even with the orchestral follow up outing, they placed themselves in the same shelf as R.E.M. - automatic for the people style.

Biography

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Andrew and David Williams are guitar-toting brothers who began backing up artists such as Brian Setzer, the Plimsouls, Joe Ely, and the Cruzados in the early '80s. They then played in T-Bone Burnett's band during a European tour, before settling down and cutting their first album in 1987. Though in their '20s, they don't pander to...
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