William Walter | The Story So Far

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The Story So Far

by William Walter

The first album garnered strong reviews from "Rolling Stone", "Spin", and "The Cream Street Review". The song "When I leave for California" debuts on this CD, as does "Happy Times" and "Without My Clothes". Thoughtful writing and great arrangements.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Concertina
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2. Border Crosser
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3. Consider the Price
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4. Happy Times
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5. Without my Clothes
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6. We All Want
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7. When I Leave for California
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8. Mischa
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9. Broken Windows
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10. Alright
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11. Hey
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12. Bottom Root
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13. Angel Dust
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
William Walter was found at the foot of Mt. Baldy as an infant. Apparently abandoned by his mother, he was adopted by a group of nomadic sherpas and was sold shortly thereafter to a group of traveling Bavarian gypsy sheep herders. After a freak snowy season killed off 97% of the heard, the gypsies were forced to make money entertaining with hand made, (and stolen), instruments in brothels and other houses of ill repute through out northern Europe. It was here William Walter learned to play the guitar. But it wasn't all wine woman and song... After being forced into work as a male prostitute in a remote Croatian mining town, William escaped by freightliner on an ocean voyage that eventually wound it's way to Staten Island, NY. After stealing a guitar from a dreadlocked, one armed homeless man in Central park, William began making a living once again as a traveling gypsy. He continues to travel, and maintains a flock of companions that assist him in making music, merriment and other forms general good timin' along the way.


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Charles C

Drummer on the CD
Note that the drummer on this CD is not Johnny Gilmore- rather Charles Cowen...

Abby

Concertina . . . one of the best!!
Great album and great musician . . . one of my most favorite things to do on a Friday or Saturday night is catch WW&Co. in R-VA!!!