I saw Willy supporting Ben Kweller yesterday at the Villa in Bournemouth. I went soloely because of Ben, however I cannot think of a better opening act. He sings with an acoustic guitar and a mic, and instantly your heart melts with his soft, mature lyrics and bluesy voice. I bought this ep and played it in my car on the way home. He lulled me into a deep trance which safely took me home, into my bed and gently asleep waking up with a tingle that made me open my cd player and play this record again.
He wrote 4 of the 5 tracks on the cd. The one he didn't, 'Waiter At The Station' was written by his parents, who were folk songwriters in the sixties, but never made it in the industry. This is a harsh fact as the the words are so meaningful and the world has missed such songs as this. Luckily though, Willy is here to bring his parents dream to life. All he needs now is a record label and an album to get everyone excited. I can't wait!