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Album Review

Abandoning the lush orchestral backdrops that dominated most of Loose, Victoria Williams expands her musical skills on Musings of a Creekdipper, finding an original, eclectically rural sound that enhances the off-center originality of her songs. Producing the album with Trina Shoemaker, Williams has found a collection of sounds and styles that makes the record her most ambitious so far. For the most part, her experiments work, whether it's the cellos and coronets of "Periwinkle Sky" or Wendy & Lisa's drum loops on "Train Song (Demise of the Caboose)." What really holds the album together is Williams' songwriting, which remains consistently impressive, both in lyrical and musical terms. There are a few numbers that don't quite work, but they only illustrate that Williams' best efforts are quirky but graceful folk-rock gems.

Customer Reviews

Thanks, Vic!!!

This album is still in my top ten favorite albums of all time twelve years after it's release. Victoria Williams has the most creative way of making music. All of her albums are a fabulous journey. This one in particuliar touches me and has me saying THANK YOU every time I hear it! Listen to it from beginning to end. Genius in the way the Beatles, Miles Davis, Brian Wilson, Talking Heads, Radiohead..etc are. So...Thanks Victoria!!!


I got this CD when it came out and it is one I always come back to. Great songs and great vibe. I love this album.


Born: December 23, 1958 in Shreveport, LA

Genre: Pop

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

Despite a successful career as a idiosyncratic country-folk performer, Victoria Williams was perhaps best known as a songwriter; thanks, ironically enough, to a tribute album recorded in her honor. Born in Louisiana in 1959, Williams taught herself to play the guitar while still in her teens, and soon began composing songs. In college, she joined her first band, the G.W. Korners. After spending some time on the road, she ended up in California in 1979, where she was a regular at Los Angeles' famed...
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