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Willard Grant Conspiracy

Willard Grant Conspiracy

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Willard Grant Conspiracy: Rustic Grunge

Interview by Tom Cox, Uncut, May 1998

LOG CABINS. Big coats. A stroppy Tindersticks undercut with ghostly suspense. Damp, misty woodland. Autumn. These are the things Flying Low, the second album by ...

Willard Grant Conspiracy: Songs of Suffocation and Hard-Won Hope

Profile and Interview by Nick Hasted, The Independent, June 1999

IT'S AN embarrassment of riches, a shotgun marriage of two underselling headliners that works an instant alchemy. On a bill that began at an ungodly ...

Willard Grant Conspiracy

Interview by Nick Hasted, Uncut, November 2000

They say that everything will turn out right/It never seems that way, this time of night ...

Twangs can only get better

Overview by Tom Cox, The Observer, 21 October 2001

Country has gone way beyond Nashville, says Tom Cox. It's the new rebel music. ...

Willard Grant Conspiracy: Come Together

Interview by Nick Hasted, The Independent, 13 June 2003

The Willard Grant Conspiracy has gone underground. The only way you can hear the new album by one of America's best bands in their home ...

Willard Grant Conspiracy: Regard The End

Review and Interview by Rob Hughes, Uncut, July 2003

Glorious fifth album proper from ever-shifting Bostonians reaches down through the years ...

Faith and Fury: Robert Fisher and his Willard Grant Conspiracy  

Report and Interview by Jim Sullivan, The Boston Phoenix, 5 March 2007

"SOBER, BUT NOT healthy, that's the way I always refer to myself," says Robert Fisher, who's dressed in black, sipping hot tea, and nursing a ...

Willard Grant Conspiracy: Pilgrim Road

Review by Rob Hughes, Uncut, June 2008

Opulent seventh from Robert Fisher's ever-evolving collective. ...


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