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Album Review: Delaney Davidson and Marlon Williams - Sad But True - The Secret History of Country Music Songwriting Vol. One

Album Review: Delaney Davidson and Marlon Williams - Sad But True - The Secret History of Country Music Songwriting Vol. One

Monday 10th December, 2012 9:03AM

In a strong year for New Zealand americana music comes yet another release to boost the profile of a genre that has mostly lurked on the musical fringes. Delaney Davidson has been on the scene for a number of years touting his folk, blues and country music through endless tours and living very much the transient musician life. Now he has teamed up with a relative newcomer in Marlon Williams, best known as frontman in The Unfaithful Ways. The duo are unlikely bedfellows in song with the fresh-faced Williams versus the grizzled 40 year old Davidson but it is the differences between the two songwriters that make the collaboration work so effectively on Sad But True.

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