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One of the best albums of 2009.
The rocking continues with the apocalyptic "Doomsday Dance" before Nile catches his breath on the ballads "Love is a Train" and "Her Love Falls Like Rain."
Of course, one person's idea of what constitutes an admirable musical outing represents more a statement about the listener than the artist.
Of course, one person's idea of what constitutes an admirable musical outing represents more a statement about the listener than the artist. Read morePublished on July 7, 2012 by HH, author
I'm a huge Willie Nile fan, but this one just left me a bit cold. All of his albums since his debut have some duds amidst the anthemic pop perfection. Read morePublished on June 21, 2012 by A guy from Philly
One of the best albums of 2009. Willie Nile continues his winning ways with "House Of A Thousand Guitars".
Every song is a winner. Read more
Heard some samples of this CD on Amazon and decided to take a chance on Willie Nile.
I have not been disappointed. Read more
"House of a Thousand Guitars" is Willie Nile at his best with butt-kicking rockers and intelligent ballads. Read morePublished on January 31, 2010 by Dan Lauber
Willie Nile has done it again, with songs of passion and fire. "Love Is A Train," "Magdalena," and "When The Last Light Goes Out On Broadway" are all classics. Read morePublished on January 17, 2010 by Christine A. Ohlman
I have all WN albums and my favourite is still Streets of NY. House of...is good but not at the same level.Published on September 23, 2009 by S. Alessandro