1. The Willowz are a garage rock band based in Anaheim, California, formed The band's sound incorporates influences from punk, soul, and blues from the s, s, and s. The band has released several albums on the label Sympathy for the Record Industry and has done a split single with the band Scarling.
  2. Not to be confused with The Willows. Are Coming () Equation #6 Keep On Looking Meet Your Demise Questionaire Interpretations Put Together Vagabondage Something Wake Up Not You Get Down I Wonder Talk in Circles () Ulcer Soul Unveil Cons & Tricks Making Certain Dead Ears Blind Story We Live on Your Street Shriek What's Wrong Is Right No Name Notes Lock Me Out Toy Horn Song .
  3. May 15,  · Originally I was going to write about how Nick McLouth's awesome flowing style somehow makes these hard tricks look easy. Then yesterday we joked that he .
  4. Oct 18,  · Provided to YouTube by Dim Mak Records, Inc All I need · The Willowz Chautauqua ℗ Dim Mak Inc. Released on: Artist: The Willowz Composer: The Willowz Producer: The Willowz Music.
  5. Check out The Willowz on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon. Top Albums Chautauqua Willowz. CD: $ Talk in Circles WILLOWZ. CD Yesterdays Lost on Chautauqua. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart Beware. on Chautauqua. Beware on.
  6. THE WILLOWZ Vinyl Records and CDs Members: Alex Nowicki, Jessica Reynoza, Dan Bush, Richie James Follin, Loren Humphrey, William McLaren, Aric Christopher Bohn, Richie Willow, Jessica Willow, Matt Willow, Alex Willow.
  7. The Willowz have become a well-oiled rock machine since their "Meet Your Demise" days, something they proved ably on 's Talk in Circles, where they showed they could deliver more sounds and ideas than the charmingly scrappy garage punk of their early singles. Chautauqua is just as sprawling, a little less inspired, but ultimately nearly as satisfying as Talk in Circles, with its first 7/
  8. The last album from Los Angeles' the Willowz was picked as one of Rolling Stone's top 50 albums of the year when it came out in The band's new record, "Chautauqua," is even better. The way they balance fierce, fuzzy garage rock with a softer folky side brings to mind the White Stripes-- though with a full rhythm section and much less affected artiness.

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