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Customer Reviews

Dar at her best!

Not only is this classic Dar Williams, but it is in many ways a return to what Dar does best - - warm melody, haunting lyrics and profound, profound thought musically packaged into light but penetrating arrangements and woven intricately throughout the ten track album. Unlike her previous effort (The Promised Land), Dar brings us back to the depth of her storytelling and metaphorical abilities, and they work incredibly well. Her songs and lyrics of late have gotten a bit literal in her last two albums, but In the Time of Gods finds Dar using Greek mythology to weave together a series of stories that work as well alone as they do as an album. The standout track for me is Storm King, which can stand out among some of her more deeper and metaphorical tunes (e.g., think Pompeii and February). Equally good are "I am the One Who Will Remember Everything," the loving and touching "I Have Been Around the World," and "The Light and The Sea." If you are a Dar fan, you will like this album. Without a doubt.


A fine writer with fine melodies. What more could you want?


Born: April 19, 1967 in Mount Kisco, NY

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Dar Williams became a major force on the New England folk scene. An idiosyncratic songwriter who wrote folk songs from a unique, often insightful perspective, Williams took pains to avoid the coy and the quirky; her songwriting and performing style have been compared to those of Joni Mitchell and Joan Baez, but with a few acidic and at times hilarious twists. She was born in Mount Kisco, New York, but raised in Chappaqua, the daughter of medical writer/editor Gray Williams and Marian Ferry, an active...
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