June 23, 2015
Album Review: Allmusic
“Gorgeously recorded and mixed, Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams is 44 minutes of roots music gold.”
“The new original songs stand side by side with their classic counterparts.”
“These inspiring performances are made possible because of the lifetime of collaborative experience — in everyday life as well as in music — this pair put into them.”
“This is a righteous collection of originals and covers that ranges from classic stellar duet country to Americana, rural gospel, and blues with a lot of space in between.”
“American roots fans take note, this album will still sound as fresh and bracing in a decade as it does now.”
June 23, 2015
Brand-New Album Available Now!
Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams’ debut self-titled album is now available on Red House Records!
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June 22, 2015
‘An Album, At Last’ – Review from The New Yorker
‘There are eleven songs on the album, and probably one hundred and eleven that we thought about putting on,’ says Campbell, who wrote eight of the tracks that were eventually chosen. ‘At least in my head, there is a cohesion to these songs, with elements of Teresa’s rural upbringing and my New York City upbringing.’
Among the highlights: the romantic ‘If You Loved Me At All,’ the amusingly droll ‘Bad Luck Charm,’ the country-poppy ‘Surrender to Love,’ the sad ballad ‘You’re Running Wild,’ (with drums by Helm, in one of his last recordings before his death, in 2012), and the astonishing cover of Rev. Gary Davis’s ‘Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning.’
Williams’s fervent, insistent warning of the coming Judgment Day withholds nothing, and should become part of the official soundtrack for any apocalypse that may be on the way.” Click here to read the full review