The Ones We Never Knew

The Ones We Never Knew

by Holly Williams

CD

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Product Details

Release Date: 10/05/2004
Label: Universal South
UPC: 0602498623398
catalogNumber: 000252902
Rank: 184392

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Holly Williams   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Piano,Vocals,Background Vocals
David Angell   Violin
Larry Campbell   Steel Guitar
David Davidson   Violin,Viola
Mike Haynes   Trumpet,Flugelhorn
Monroe Jones   Keyboards
George Recile   Drums
Spencer Campbell   Double Bass
Monisa Angell   Viola
Jeff Roach   Piano
Love Sponge String Quartet   Strings
Tom Bukovac   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Ethan Pilzer   Bass
Ken Lewis   Percussion,Drums
Matthew Walker   Cello
Kevin Teel   Electric Guitar
James DiGirolamo   Piano,Keyboards,Hammond Organ
John Jackson   Dobro

Technical Credits

Jim Dineen   Engineer
Monroe Jones   Producer,Engineer
Holly Williams   Composer,Producer,Art Direction,Audio Production

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4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What can I say? I purchased a copy of 23 year old singer/songwriter Holly Williams CD "The Ones We Never Knew" just recently and I have to tell you that I thought it was an incredible listening experience. It is an album of pure folk/pop similar to Bob Dylan and Jewel, however Holly Williams deals with the everyday issues of love and relationships "Take Me Down", "I`d Only Break Your Heart", regret and loss "Sometimes", "Would You Still Have Fallen?" and even god "Between The Lines". Holly has a certain passion in her voice that cannot fail to touch you and her ear for melody is shining brightly throughout, be it with a guitar, piano or a full band. The only flaw I do have is that "The Ones" is rather ballad heavy and can on occassion get a little tedious. All in all a great debut, Her granddfather Hank would`ve been proud