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Customer Reviews

The other half of a (double) gem

The Wood Brothers offer up another sampling of their live sound captured for your listening pleasure and this second volume does not disappoint. Some newer tunes, and some reinvented from previous incarnations - all captured alive and kicking. Having watched their progresseion since the first album (big mmw fan - this was an easy sell to peak my interest and i've since picked up Olivers earlier efforts as well - and grateful I did) their musicianship seems to have grown in lock-step with their evolution, and not only can i not wait for what they do next, but i appreciate the incredible canon they've created in just a few years. This live set is an important milestone in their progression.
One last note - go see them live!!! Nothing shy of stellar - you will not disagree.

The Wood Brothers Live is the best!

Watching The Wood Brothers perform live is one of my favorite things to do so I am so happy they have continued this LIVE series with Nail & Tooth. Both Vol 1 & 2 are brilliant, but hearing each of them perform on "Ain't No More Cane" with a guest performance from Clay Cook (Zac Brown Band) is a special treat for the soul. Thank you so much and I can't wait to see you guys on the road soon!


Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Brothers Oliver and Chris Wood -- the Wood Brothers -- grew up in Boulder, Colorado, and both left the area after graduating from high school, Oliver moving to Atlanta while Chris ended up in New York. Oliver, a guitarist, discovered he had a knack for writing songs and formed the blues-based King Johnson, which continues to do frequent gigs on the Southern circuit. Chris, a bassist, began playing jazz and rock in New York, eventually teaming up with John Medeski and Billy Martin to form the successful...
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