Monday, November 9, 2009
REVIEW: Keller Williams - Dream
Multi-instrumentalist Keller Williams never ceases to amaze me. On his new album Dream, Williams once again delivers his audiences a 'freeky' look on music. Funky bass lines, hilarious lyrics and ridiculously complicated guitar riffs make this an album to enjoy time and again.
Featuring, throughout the album, great folk music stars such as Bela Fleck and Bob Weir, Dream will have you on the edge of your seat for the next track.
"Cadillac" encompasses a feeling of joy riding in an awesome red cadillac with several religious figures including Jesus (who's riding bitch seat), Allah and Santa Clause. Anyone who claims Keller Williams songs are not memorable should take a listen to this one.
"Restraint" is a journey into the male mind, giving Williams a kind of puppy dog-like attitude towards the opposite sex - again, quite humorous.
Over all, the album has a few great songs and a few you may not remember. Of course it might be you were distracted by something...
4.5 out of 5 stars
You can learn more about Keller Williams at www.kellerwilliams.net