The “Tulsa Time” singer and 2010 Country Music Hall of Fame inductee reunited with longtime producer Garth Fundis, with whom he’d worked for seventeen years, to create the new record.
The recordings feature contributions from longtime guitarist Billy Sanford and percussionist Kenny Malone, as well as Williams admirers Keith Urban, Alison Krauss and Vince Gill adding instrumentals and vocals.
“We weren’t looking to reinvent Don,” Fundis notes, “just to make a good new Don Williams record.”
The ten track album features songs by expert tunesmiths Kieran Kane, Ronnie Bowman, Al Anderson and Leslie Satcher, Williams’ son Tim Williams, and Williams himself. Selections include the duet with Krauss, “I Just Come Here for the Music,” and “What If It Worked Like That,” which fans can check out here.
Don said, “The only description that I’ve ever had for songs I choose to do is that they affect me emotionally and that, hopefully, they have something to say that will touch other people.”
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