Here’s my latest song from “Mister Nobody.” It’s a traditional Country/Americana, complete with a lap steel guitar, called “The Burden of Leaving.” Enjoy!
Here’s the 2nd Song from my new release, Mister Nobody, “Trying to Do Right.”
There’s an “edited” version too, without the ambient introduction:
As with my other music, these songs are free to stream and download. More songs coming soon!
I have been busy working on a group of songs for my new release. The tentative title for the new album is “Eyes Once Shut,” which I hope to put out in early 2015. Here’s a song that will be part of it, “Beverly Drive.” Like all my other songs, this one is licensed by the and the Creative Commons download is free. Enjoy!
Well we made it through 2013 and we have a 2014 ahead of us. I hope it’s a peaceful and creative year for everyone. Remember what’s important and cherish the time you have with your friends and loved ones.
With that, I present a newly mastered version of one of my favorite songs, “I’m So Glad You’re My Friend.”
I am happy to report my song, Eugene, recently got airplay on 105.9 Bishop FM in the United Kingdom. I want to thank DJ, John Godfrey and his excellent The Troubadour Show for playing my song. He plays an interesting mix of music featuring The Best in Alt Country, Americana, Country, Folk, Rock and Singer-songwriters The Troubadour Show happens every Thursday night from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.. (UK Time) For folks in the U.S., the time is 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.
I just uploaded my new Inkster release, “Waiting for the Rain.” All the tracks on this release are either new songs, or remixes of songs I put out recently. As usual, the songs are available for free download.
I will have more on this release in the coming days, including information about some of the recordings.
Here’s a new song – part of an improvised jam, recently recorded Live at Tanlged Wire Studios. The song features Noel Williams on Vocals, Steve Roberts on Bass, Dreaddie Girl on Drums and yours truly playing guitar. As usual, the song is available for free download.
I wrote this song a few years back when I lived in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. For this recording, I had the assistance of drummer extraordinaire, Ron Carnell. Ron’s percussion work really helped gel everything together nicely.
Song Credits: Written, Recorded and Performed by Marwood Williams
Drums, Percussion, Recorder: Ron Carnell