Morrison-Williams





Morrison-Williams
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Shayne Morrison and Clint Williams knew they were a perfect musical match when they began collaborating six years ago after being introduced by a record shop owner in Tyler, Texas. Back then, they channeled their efforts toward writing songs for bassist Morrison’s band, Perfect Stranger. Those songs never made it onto a Perfect Stranger disc, though Williams eventually joined the band as its lead singer. The pair kept writing together sporadically, and submitted a song for the soundtrack to the 2004 film, The Alamo. When producers chose to use an all-instrumental score instead, Morrison and Williams decided it was time to record those tunes on their own. The result is Morrison-Williams’ self-titled debut on Palo Duro Records. The disc of easy country rockers and soulful ballads could catapult them beyond the level of fame Perfect Stranger earned with its indie hits, the Vince Gill-penned “Ridin’ the Rodeo,” and “You Have the Right to Remain Silent,” which became the title of the band’s 1995 Curb Records release. That album reached No. 4 and stayed on Billboard’s country chart for 40-some weeks. Morrison-Williams’ first single is “My Girl Friday,” which Williams wrote with Gary Leach. The lyrics are from the perspective of a man having an affair with a woman who strayed because her husband doesn’t treat her right. The message, Williams says, is: Be good to your wife or girlfriend or she might run into the arms of someone else. And she’d have good reason. Williams confesses, “I can only write about things I’ve sort of experienced. So if there’s anything on the record that I’ve got anything to do with, I’ve probably seen it or been through it.”
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Average Rating : 4.6              Total Reviews: 21


Morrison-Williams  10/29/2006            
jadaga
a GREAT band!!! an AWESOME album with pure and true lyrics. it has everything a country album should have... a cheatin song, a heart-torn love song, a war song, and of course TEXAS PRIDE! this album defies genre and goes beyond all modern "country" to the way music should sound.
Morrison-Williams  05/22/2006            
RICKY
THESE GUYS ARE THE GREATEST UP AND COMING STARS . IT'S THEIR TIME TO SHINE. AWESOME VOCALS !!!!!!
Morrison-Williams  03/04/2006            
auslog
I saw them in Ft.Worth last night at the White Elephant, and i do have to say, I wish we would have went there earlier than we did. Best entertainment I have had in a long time. Awesome music, you guys are great. Good luck in your endeavors and may God be with you. Listening to you guys made me feel young again and the best damn time i have had.
Morrison-Williams  01/22/2006            
Ashley
Love their music!!! Awesome entertainers too.
Morrison-Williams  01/13/2006            
Stephanie
THE BEST BAND I HAVE SEEN IN AWHILE. THE MUSIC IS VERY CATCHY AND FUN. I BOUGHT THE CD AND NOW ALL MY FRIENDS HAVE ONE TO BECAUSE IT'S SO AWESOME.
Morrison-Williams  12/08/2005            
Chris Gunn
Absolutly the best duo I've ever heard! They are just as great live as they are on CD! We have had them in Paris Texas once and they are booked this Friday! Keep up the good work!
Morrison-Williams  11/21/2005            
Muzik Fan
My first encounter with the Morrison-Williams Band was mind-blowing. These guys are awesome. They performed at the Cajun Cowboy Steakhouse Club and I had no idea the place would host talent like these guys have.
Morrison-Williams  11/11/2005            
C_Lackey
AWESOME! up and coming stars
Morrison-Williams  08/22/2005            
K573
I have to say I've never been much of country music fan, BUT this is one GREAT cd. I love-- My Girl Friday and Beautiful Regret. Keep the hits comming!!!!!!!!!!!!
Morrison-Williams  06/18/2005            
Ima Beleever
I've never been a "country fan" until now. I've avoided the whole country-western scene pretty successfully. So when I was given this album as a gift, I just threw it in my briefcase and forgot about it. Recently on an overseas flight, I realized I'd left all my regular CD's at home. The only thing I had was this Morrison-Williams album. So, I tossed it in my walkman, stuck my headset on, eased into my airline seat ready to be repulsed. WAS I SURPRISED! This album has somehow made my lifelong aversion melt away. You might say, it's eased me into a genre I thought I'd never get into. All the songs demonstrate a powerful muscianship, compelling lyrics and beautiful harmonies. I completely lost myself in tunes like "I Still Talk To You", "Fighting For Love" and especially "Me Again". I rocked out to "Good Day To Die" and "Me and Jackie Jean". Typically I like maybe one or two tunes...I liked 90% of this one! Needless to say, I've put this album in the #1 slot of my CD case. I won't travel again without it! If this album can turn this hard-core country atheist into a believer, I can only imagine what it will do for the folks who already have a palette for it! I can't wait till I see them perform...I'll be looking for you!
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