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The Wood Brothers - Ways Not To Lose



The Wood Brothers Ways Not To Lose
best of 2006The Wood Brothers - Ways Not To Lose
(CD) Blue Note, 2006-03-07

Tracklisting :
01. One More Day
02. Tried and Tempted
03. Luckiest Man
04. Glad
05. Chocolate on My Tongue | Go download MP3
06. Atlas | Go download MP3
07. Time to Stand Still
08. The Truth Is the Light
09. Spirit
10. Angel Band
11. Where My Baby Might Be
12. That's What Angels Can Do

Links :
thewoodbrothers.com
myspace.com/thewoodbrothers

Press Release :
Oliver and Chris Wood grew up in Boulder, Colorado. Sons of a Poet and a Microbiologist, they both took up music. Oliver moved to Atlanta and became a southerner. Chris moved to New York City and became a Yankee. Now, after years of musical and geographical separation they have reunited. While in Atlanta, Oliver soaked up the roots of blues, the soul of the south, and found he had a talent for writing and singing songs. His band, King Johnson (named after Freddy King and Robert Johnson) toured mostly in the southern states. Meanwhile, Chris was living in Manhattan playing everything from free jazz to rock and roll. This is where he met his band mates to form Medeski Martin & Wood.

Now The Wood Brothers have begun a collaboration that combines their shared childhood influences with everything they've learned since leaving home. Their music has a rootsy feel that blends blues, folk, and rock music in a guitar/bass duo.

The brothers' debut album, "Ways Not To Lose" produced by John Medeski, was released on Blue Note Records, March 7, 2006.
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