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Kimbrough, Will / Wings
Album:Wings Collection:General
Artist:Kimbrough, Will Added:Mar 2010
Label:Daphne Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2010-04-04 Pull Date:2010-06-06 
Week Ending:Apr 11

 Recent Airplay
1.Apr 06, 2010:Lyric Ballads/Spider Rave
Let Me Be Your Frame

Album Review
Rachel Hamburg
Reviewed 2010-03-27 
Will Kimbrough collaborates with various writers, including Jimmy Buffett, and female singers for this album. It’s basically acoustic country-pop, with pleasant instrumentation and bad lyrics; a couple of his collaborations are pretty good. His voice sounds a little like James Taylor. FCC CLEAN. Try 3, 8, 9.
1. Bright mid-tempo, about appreciating your family. Nice fem harmonies. 2. Mid-tempo, depressing. Long fadeout. 3. Merry, old-timey, marvelous but cheesy. Written w/Buffett. 4. Slow, minimalist, soulful, kinda sexy. Mellotron! 5. Midtempo, some nice banjo, standard. 6. Fun, mo-towny chorus. If America made Love Actually. Doesn’t really take off like it should. 7. Jazzier, cool, soulful, but pretty long. 8. More produced, mo-towny. Nice fem harmonies. Girls take off at the end. 9. A hesitant girly voice (Dawn Kinnard) singing along makes this sound like excellent indie-country-pop. The lyrics are better (written w/Sara Kelley). 10. James Taylor after a power cleanse. Egads.

Track Listing
1.Three Angels 6.Big Big Love
2.You Can't Go Home 7.It Ain't Coll
3.Wings 8.Open To Love
4.Love To Spare 9.Let Me Be Your Frame
5.The Day Of The Troubadour 10.A Couple Hundred Miracles