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And So It Goes

by Don Williams

And So It Goes by Don Williams

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And So It Goes

by Don Williams

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Label: Sugar Hill Records
Don Williams' first release in nearly a decade and he hasn't skipped a beat. With And So It Goes, he turns in a warm, captivating effort devoid of artificial gloss. "I Just Come Here for the Music," a duet with Alison Krauss, is the album's centerpiece, featuring each singer offering their distinct viewpoint during an awkward barroom pick-up; it's an endearing song that ultimately offers a glimmer of hope for a new start. More highlights abound on And So It Goes, including the easy-going "Better Than Today," "What If It Worked Like That" and "First Fool in Line."

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Don Williams' first release in nearly a decade and he hasn't skipped a beat. With And So It Goes, he turns in a warm, captivating effort devoid of artificial gloss. "I Just Come Here for the Music," a duet with Alison Krauss, is the album's centerpiece, featuring each singer offering their distinct viewpoint during an awkward barroom pick-up; it's an endearing song that ultimately offers a glimmer of hope for a new start. More highlights abound on And So It Goes, including the easy-going "Better Than Today," "What If It Worked Like That" and "First Fool in Line."

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About This Album

Don Williams' first release in nearly a decade and he hasn't skipped a beat. With And So It Goes, he turns in a warm, captivating effort devoid of artificial gloss. "I Just Come Here for the Music," a duet with Alison Krauss, is the album's centerpiece, featuring each singer offering their distinct viewpoint during an awkward barroom pick-up; it's an endearing song that ultimately offers a glimmer of hope for a new start. More highlights abound on And So It Goes, including the easy-going "Better Than Today," "What If It Worked Like That" and "First Fool in Line."