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The Wood Brothers in Studio on World Cafe - 03/14/2006

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The Wood Brothers, Growing Together

The Wood Brothers, Growing Together

The Wood Brothers in Studio on World Cafe - 03/14/2006

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Set List

  • "One More Day"
  • "Atlas"
  • "Where My Baby Might Be"
  • "Down"

After years of separate musical paths, the brothers Oliver and Chris Wood have released their debut, Ways Not To Lose. The album marks a reunion for the brothers: Oliver had formed the blues-based King Johnson, while Chris is a member of Medeski, Martin and Wood.

The Wood Brothers: Chris, left, and Oliver on stage at World Cafe Live.

The Wood Brothers: Chris, left, and Oliver on stage at World Cafe Live. Patti Singer WXPN-FM hide caption

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The Wood Brothers' debut album was produced by John Medeski. Their music has a rootsy feel that blends blues, folk, and rock music in the context of a guitar/bass duo. Their collaboration combines their shared childhood influences with everything they've learned since leaving home.

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