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Now That You're Gone

Josh Williams & High Gear, Josh WilliamsAudio CD
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  • Audio CD (August 14, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Pinecastle
  • ASIN: B00005MK5M
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #421,573 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. If You Were Mine
2. Now That You're Gone
3. An Eye For An Eye
4. You Can Keep Your Nine Pound Hammer
5. There's Always A Light In The Church
6. All Of You
7. Many A Mile
8. Tennessee Blues
9. If It Were Anyone But You
10. Last Widow Of The Civil War
11. Medicine Show
12. Moonlight Motor Inn

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5.0 out of 5 stars Josh is a shining star that is a bluegrass torchbearer! November 11, 2002
By J. Ross
Format:Audio CD
One of the "new generation" of young hot bluegrass pickers and smooth singers, Josh Williams, from Kentucky, formed his first band in 1990 at the age of ten. He then received national recognition as a young bluegrass prodigy when he appeared in the 1993 IBMA Awards Show as part of a "youth in bluegrass" band. He recorded his first album in 1991, played with The Young Acoustic All-Stars (1994-98), Hyperdrive (1998), and The Special Consensus (since 2000). His latest musical achievement, this solo debut album called "Now That You're Gone," should clearly establish Josh's name as a shining star that will carry bluegrass music's flame into the future. Besides having a singing voice ideally suited for contemporary bluegrass, multi-instrumentalist Josh also plays mandolin (as well as some guitar and banjo) on this stellar product. He also demonstrates his songwriting skills with the title cut, a sad tale of finally coming to the realization that a loved one has gone.
This first-rate production includes some excellent accompaniment from session musicians Aubrey Haynie, Don Rigsby, Sammy Shelor, Chris Thile, J.D. Crowe, Jim Hurst, Missy Raines, David Parmley, Greg Cahill, Ron Stewart, Ray Craft, Chris Thile, Randy Kohrs, Carl Jackson, and Jim Hurst. This album also shines in its choice of material. Besides the one from Josh, some of the other songs were penned by outstanding songwriters Kim Fox, Pete Goble and Leroy Drumm, Tom T. and Dixie Hall, and Carl Jackson. Simply, the album offers fantastic bluegrass music, with a few surprises thrown in such as the western swingy "All of You," country-flavored ballad "Tennessee Blues," and Gospel number "There's Always a Light in the Church.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This Kid's a Genius: A Bluegrass Tour de Force!! July 5, 2002
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Wow. For bluegrass fans, and for anyone who enjoys good acoustic folk-country rooted playing and songwriting, this album has it all. It of course features hot picking and sweet singing by Kentucky whiz kid Josh Williams(not yet 21 when this album was recorded) and an all star stew of friends. What really puts this album over the top, though, is the breadth and maturity reflected in Williams's song selection. The songs he selects address a delicious breadth of subjects and reflect a deep respect, reverence, and love for his native Kentucky / Southern culture. The album includes tales of jail, war, and murder, gospel hymns, love lost and won, poverty, and even a song about old-time traveling medicine shows. Despite his considerable youth, Williams sings stories in the voice of older characters with beauty and conviction. There are fast hardgrass numbers, slower spirituals, swing tunes, beatiful ballads. The arrangements are crisp and the playing and singing of everyone who joins Williams (J.D. Crowe, Chris Thile of Nickel Creek, Jim Hurst, Special Consensus boss Greg Cahill, et. al.) are fired by the power of the young players vocal, mando, banjo, and guitar work. My only regeret is that he didn't do any of the fiddling on the album, which, having seen him live, I know he is capable of. Probably next time out... As Dan tyminski suggests in his liner notes: "I am eager to see what the future will hold for Josh and I believe his star is just beginning to shine."
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5.0 out of 5 stars I can't wait to hear more August 4, 2002
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My family saw Josh play with Special Concensus July 23, 2002 in Door County Wisconsin live, promptly purchased our autographed CD, and have been hooked ever since. Everytime I listen to Josh's lead vocals I want to hear him sing and play again and again. I am looking forward to his careeer, hoping he will continue his craft. His music is my introduction to traditional bluegrass, so I will be forever thankful.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The ever handsome Josh Williams October 7, 2003
By emily
Format:Audio CD
JOsh has a ora about his singing that makes him irrestistable. Though lacking in depth as a person he shows a different style as a singer, his words and emotions ring true to bluegrass music. His voice shows a naturaly beauty and richness that really cannot be copied, and I have seen women at Special Consensus(the band he plays with) concerts, (mostly elderly ones) become very excited by the sound of his voice! "If YOu Were Mine," "NOw THat YOur Gone," and "Many A Mile" are all songs that are about loosing something that once was had, and though the songs have awesome arrangemts, I wonder what JOsh is trying to say there. DOes he loose alot of the well let's guess women in his life? OVer what though is what I wonder! The best song on the album is by far "There's Always A Light in the Church" it shows bluegrass at it's best, to me. Though i dont know what JOsh would sing about that, since he isn't real in touch with god himself, but his voice does sound right for the song! If you like contemporary bluegrass "All of YOu" is a great track, it is very up tempo and just makes you want to dance. Josh is a very talented musician who will I am betting have much success in the years to come, he has a array of talented musicians backing him up; Chris Thile, Greg Cahill, Dan Tyminski, and many others,though (they are not half as kocky as he is). If you want to hear the future of bluegrass here it is!
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