Friday, December 16, 2011

Live and Reel Presents Annie Williams' 'Cold' and 'Sam's Song' [Fresh Vids]

Posted By on Fri, Dec 16, 2011 at 10:22 AM

The Live & Reel folks are back with yet another installment in that classy video series of theirs. You'll recall their past sessions — with Evan P. Donohue and Natalie Prass, Andrew Combs and The Little Bear — and for this go-round, they filmed a couple of wintry folk numbers with Annie Williams. Though Williams no longer resides in Nashville, she has lived and recorded here extensively in the past, and you may recognize her backing band for the L&R sesh: The Medders, noteworthy locals in their own right, two of whom currently belong to The Non-Commissioned Officers.

It appears as though the Reel folks have opted not to make the videos embeddable for this installment (maybe not a completely awesome idea in my humble opinion, but that's OK), but you can see "Cold" here and "Sam's Song" here — MP3s are here and here, respectively. You'll also get access to Williams' "Midnight Window" if you give the L&R folks your email address. I'd say "Cold" is just the sort of ruminative, somber folk song that might make an ideal soundtrack if you had to ... I don't know, walk several blocks through the cold rain in order to find wherever the hell you left your car last night. Not that that's what I'm about to do right now or anything. All right, I'm quite obviously about to do that right now. Anyway, enjoy!

Update: Live & Reel made the videos embeddable! See "Cold" above and "Sam's Song" after the jump. And I found my car. Thanks for asking.

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