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Lucinda Williams

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As it turns out,now is the moment youve been waiting for.

— Lucinda Williams


I'm just like everyone. I like to feel togetherness with someone.

— Lucinda Williams

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Back in the 1960s, I saw Peter, Paul and Mary. I was at that age, about 14, and I was mesmerized.

— Lucinda Williams

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I have had to come to terms with wearing glasses.

— Lucinda Williams

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I just broke up with my boyfriend, and I've been spending more time alone than I'd like.

— Lucinda Williams

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It's really about living in your head... just looking out at the world, then going back into your head and tossing around a lot of ideas and coming out with something interesting to say.

— Lucinda Williams

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I don't mean to complain. I wouldn't trade my life for anything.

— Lucinda Williams

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First thing, I throw on some jeans, a T-shirt and my Keds sneakers and make coffee. That is actually my favorite time of day. That is when I do my songwriting, when I am in writing mode.

— Lucinda Williams

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I am trying to get right with God. I'm sort of making a statement about the excessiveness.

— Lucinda Williams

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I'm not just a doormat. I'm not just being stepped on all over the place. If you look at the bulk of my material, it's about trying to find some strength through that.

— Lucinda Williams

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Big Red Sun Blues 2. 1
2004 - Tony Joe White -- "Closing In on the Fire" on The Heroines
2005 - North Mississippi Allstars -- "Hurry Up Sunrise" on Electric Blue Watermelon
2006 - Tim Easton -- "Back to the Pain" on Ammunition
2006 - Ramblin' Jack Elliott -- "Careless Darling" on I Stand Alone
2006 - P. In the 1980s Williams moved to Los Angeles California (before finally settling in Nashville Tennessee) where both backed by a rock band and performing in acoustic settings Lucinda Williams developed a following and a critical reputation.

In 1988 Lucinda Williams released her self-titled album Lucinda Williams. This album presented a broader scope of songs that fused rock blues country and Americana into a more distinctive style that still managed to remain consistent and commercial in sound. She recorded her first albums in 1978 and 1980 in a traditional country and blues style and received very little attention from radio the media or the public.

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