Music Review: 'Simple Truths' from the Holmes Brothers The three Holmes Brothers have been playing music since 1979, a mix of gospel and blues — particularly electric blues. Their new CD, Simple Truths, features both originals and songs by Willie Nelson, Hank Williams and Bob Marley. Grammy-winning producer Craig Street, who has worked with Norah Jones and Cassandra Wilson, produced the record. Meredith Ochs has a review.
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Music Review: 'Simple Truths' from the Holmes Brothers

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Music Review: 'Simple Truths' from the Holmes Brothers

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The three Holmes Brothers have been playing music since 1979, a mix of gospel and blues — particularly electric blues. Their new CD, Simple Truths, features both originals and songs by Willie Nelson, Hank Williams and Bob Marley. Grammy-winning producer Craig Street, who has worked with Norah Jones and Cassandra Wilson, produced the record. Meredith Ochs has a review.

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Album
Simple Truths
Artist
The Holmes Brothers
Label
Alligator
Released
2004

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