- Look at Her
- Eatin' Crow
- Message from the Grave
- Fork in the Road
- Funny Thing
- I'll Be The First
- Sky Above Me [MP3]
- Gone Far Away
- Brady's Leap
- Spaghetti [MP3]
- All the Way Home
- X-Ray Vision
"Capable of shifting from forlorn to sardonic in the wink of an eye ... Tempos build steadily into choruses, where all hell just breaks loose, with feverish guitar, banjo, and mandolin runs ... and when Docter's voice heads for the hills, well, it's shiver time." —College Press Service
"Lovably rickety hillbilly rock ... that slops through every riff like there's a six-pack on the other side." —Details
"Moonshine Willy brews up an indie-rock hoe-down, complete with sing-along choruses and a kickin' rhythm section that will keep your toes tapping in double-time." —Option
Moonshine Willy Bold Displays of Imperfection
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On their second CD, the Willys continued to push the confines of both country and punk. BDI is an exuberant, noisy, custom job of mutant string-band sensibilities tricked out with crafty original songwriting (filled with joy, sorrow, dementia, and all points in-between), and live-style, energetic (we're talkin' caffeine-addled here, my friends) performances.
Front and center on this one is the jumpy fiddle playing of Rachel Ferro, and the fretboard-on-fire guitar style of Nancy "The Bluegrass Hellcat" Rideout. There's even a few pop-fueled gems that, if the world were at all fair and just, would have Kim Docter's stylings mentioned in the same breath as Loretta Lynn and Exene.
Best of all, it's all delivered with a confident, sly, sexy grin.