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Brooks Williams

"Brooks Williams" (born on November 10, 1958 in Statesboro, Georgia) is an American acoustic guitarist and singer/songwriter . His style combines roots, jazz, blues, classical, and folk. He has released some albums consisting of contemporary folk music, and some consisting of instrumental guitar music.

* ''North from Statesboro'' (1990)

* ''How the Night-time Sings'' (1991)

* ''Back to Mercy'' (1992)

* ''Inland Sailor'' (1994)

* ''Knife Edge'' (1996)

* ''Ring Some Changes'' (with Jim Henry) (1997)

* ''Seven Sisters'' (1997)

* ''Hundred Year Shadow'' (1999)

* ''Dead Sea Café'' (2000)

* ''Little Lion'' (2000)

* ''Skiffle-Bop'' (2001)

* ''Nectar'' (2003)

* ''Live Solo'' (2004)

* ''Guitar Player'' (2005)

* ''Blues and Ballads'' (2006)

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Williams appears on the following compilations, among others:

* ''Strong Hand of Love'', tribute to Mark Heard, 1994

* ''Orphans of God'', tribute to Mark Heard, 1996

* ''Making God Smile: An Artists' Tribute to the Songs of Beach Boy Brian Wilson'', 2002

* http://www.brookswilliams.com/ Official Web Site

* http://www.brookswilliams.com/gigs/ Concerts

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