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Victoria Williams

Victoria Williams

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Victoria Williams, Exene Cervenka, Johnette Napolitano: McCabe's, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Don Waller, Los Angeles Times, 18 July 1988

Three Women, One Fine Show ...

Victoria Williams: Swing The Statue! (Rough Trade)

Review by Jon Wilde, Melody Maker, 2 June 1990

THREE YEARS ago, Victoria Williams emerged with a debut set of 13 songs which invited us to revise and re-define our notion of folk music. ...

Victoria Williams: Swing the Statue! (Rough Trade)

Review by Jon Young, Musician, November 1990

ECCENTRIC AND proud, Victoria Williams could be a cross between Tom Waits and Natalie Merchant. Or maybe Jonathan Richman and Kate Bush. Anyway, Swing the ...

Victoria Williams' Sweet Visions

Profile by Mark Rowland, Musician, July 1993

VICTORIA WILLIAMS resides on the second story of a rustic, wood-framed house, with a back porch that overlooks a sloping garden full of giant chard ...

Victoria Williams: Victoria, Victorious

Interview by Erik Himmelsbach, Los Angeles Reader, 21 October 1994

THE WINDING drive up to Victoria William's house in Laurel Canyon inspires an unshakable seventies-era image – a la Joni Mitchell's ‘Ladies of the Canyon’ ...

Victoria Williams & Mark Olson: I Dip, You Dip, We Dip

Interview by Erik Himmelsbach, Option, February 1998

The forecast for the Los Angeles basin is bleak, but it doesn't take a weatherman to see this one coming. A moist stillness hangs in ...

Victoria Williams: Musings Of A Creekdipper (Atlantic)

Review by Holly George-Warren, Rolling Stone, 5 February 1998

LOUISIANA-BORN songwriter Victoria Williams may share an audience with the alt-country likes of Wilco and the Jayhawks, but she remains a true outsider artist with ...

Victoria Williams: Water to Drink

Review and Interview by Sylvie Simmons, MOJO, September 2000

The helium-voiced singer's desert-recorded album, featuring Van Dyke Parks, Mark Olson, John Convertino (Giant Sand), DJ Bonebrake (X), Greg Leisz (k.d.lang), Danny Frankel (Marianne Faithfull) ...

Victoria Williams: Water to Drink (Atlantic)

Review by RJ Smith, Spin, September 2000

I SING THE SONG of the okra: There's a lot more there than you think. If it's the pluperfect artifact of the country kitchen, the ...

Victoria Williams: Sings Some Ol' Songs

Review by Rob Hughes, Uncut, January 2003

Beguiling collection of sepia-tinged ephemera spanning 1993-2002 from L.A. songstress, sometime Creekdipper and full-time fairer half of Mark Olson ...

see also Mark Olson & the Creekdippers


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