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Customer Reviews

4 out of 5

87 Ratings

Just what I needed….


I am a huge fan of the Civil Wars and while it was different to hear them sing with more than just a guitar, it was just as different to hear their songs without any words….and different is always good in my book.

I am a sucker for their melancholy, quiet music so I bought a handful of the more solemn tracks in the following order: Focus, Getting Worse, Finding North, Barbie at the Bodega and Witnesses to Hunger. After listening to all of them straight through, I was hooked. I went back to the iTunes page and purchases the rest of the album.

I have never heard of the movie, but the soundtrack has caught my attention and I want more. Time to find the preview online. Take a chance and buy some songs. It is worth $9.99



Amazing... Enough said.

About The Civil Wars

An Americana, folk, and country duo formed around guitarist John Paul White and vocalist Joy Williams, the Civil Wars made a quick name for themselves with the release of a digital album, Live at Eddie's Attic, in 2009. The Poison & Wine EP followed later that year, and the duo partnered with producer Charlie Peacock to begin recording a full-length album in 2010. The result, Barton Hollow, was released in February 2011, topping the digital charts and cracking Billboard's Top 20 during its first week. Live at Amoeba appeared in the spring of 2012, and although rumors of a split for the duo circulated, two projects appeared in 2013, the soundtrack to the movie A Place at the Table, which saw the duo working with producer T-Bone Burnett, and a new full-length studio album, the self-titled The Civil Wars, which was released at the end of the summer. Although it debuted at number one and earned strong reviews, it proved to be their last. White and Williams issued a statement in August 2014 that they had "regretfully decided to permanently part ways." ~ Chris True

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