Five friends — all involved in separate, outside projects — wanted to play music together. Quite simply, this desire is what led to the formation of the Little Willies in The quintet found they shared a common fondness for classic American music like Hank Williams, Willie Nelson, and Kris Kristofferson, and they began playing covers of some of their favorites. This one-off performance ultimately turned into sporadic shows at the venue whenever their individual schedules would allow, slowly incorporating original songs into their set along the way.
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It's been six years since The Little Willies released an eponymous debut album. All accomplished musicians with their own careers, they've now released a second album titled For the Good Times — simply because, they say, they missed playing together. These five friends started getting together in on a casual basis to play honky-tonk, outlaw country and Western swing favorites. On this new release, they often veer toward themes of unrelenting dissatisfaction and cheating hearts, portrayed in songs like "I Worship You" by the Stanley Brothers. A large part of The Little Willies' magic lies in chemistry. Julian's voice provides a nice counterpoint to Jones' jazzy inflection, while guitarist Campilongo's string-bending wizardry crests spectacularly before diving back into the ensemble. The Little Willies' members clearly possess a great love for all sorts of country music, but their approach doesn't always work. Some of these songs left me pining for a grittier and less pretty interpretation. They're most successful when they tackle upbeat Western swing, or ballads that complement the gentle beauty of Jones' voice.
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