Milking Bull Records releases: The Little Willies. The group Lee Alexander, Jim Campilongo, Norah Jones, Richard Julian, and Dan Rieser tears through a mix of covers and originals with western swing, wit, poignancy, and cosmic absurdity. The Little Willies formed for purely practical reasons, and although they hail from the far corners of the country each Little Willie grew up listening to a certain breed of classic American music:
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Jim Campilongo on his sound / Music Radar interview
Jim Campilongo is one of the most creative, Tele-twisting guitarists in the world, seamlessly melding jazz, early country and blues together in his playing which takes its inspiration from everyone from Chet Atkins to Hendrix, but remains totally unique. Jim's got several acclaimed solo albums under his belt, including his most recent, the critically-praised Dream Dictionary, and he's also a ...
The Little Willies. Fun, down-to-earth spirit
Milking Bull Records will release the self-titled debut by The Little Willies, an album that perfectly distills the fun, down-to-earth spirit of this New York band's club shows. The group – Lee Alexander (bass), Jim Campilongo (electric guitar), Norah Jones (piano, vocals), Richard Julian (guitar, vocals) and Dan Rieser (drums) – tears through a mix of covers and originals, from...