Carol Williams | Letter From Chief Seattle

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Letter From Chief Seattle

by Carol Williams

Music with an agenda: this Chicago singer-songwriter and saxophonist teams up again with Danny Gottlieb for another set of songs that tell stories, provoke commentary, and create magic.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Letter From Chief Seattle
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2. Vow of Silence
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5:55 album only
3. Private Artist
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4:31 album only
4. My Little American
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4:32 album only
5. My Children
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6. Going to the Woods
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7. Cerda-Cuevos
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8. I Want to Believe
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From Chicago, Carol Williams has spent the past three years performing on tenor sax with Gary Sinise and the "Lt. Dan Band', traveling worldwide with the USO.

As a songwriter, this is her third compilation of songs, and the second with internationally-known drummer Danny Gottlieb. On piano, flute, sax and vocals, her intricate arrangements and high-end production create compositions that "combine meaty lyrics with a folk song environment, and ensures that we catch her drift" (Jim Santella, All About Jazz). says "Carol Williams is an unusual artist in the best sense of the term, a feminine throwback to the great Mose Allison".

Formerly a student at Berklee College of Music in Boston, she also spent 7 years with US Army Bands, as well as receiving a NEA grant for recording and performing.


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