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INFIDELITY – The third Breeze & Wilson CD released, and still not sure what we call this genre of music. When we’re asked, we hesitate and stumble with words like “eclectic” and “don’t know”, but we should probably have a stab at labelling it. Can we say blues with a smattering of folk and Americana, and occasional nods towards jazz …or have we already drifted too far in our definition? We try not to say “depressive” because we tend to lose a section of our audience immediately, but reflective and thoughtful could be used, as long as we don’t drift into talking of drink and death too much. There has been a movement towards a more dysfunctional relationship storyline, and this has had a tendency to slip into harsh but common stories of infidelity, with occasional black humour slipped in to slightly ease the tension …or in some cases, probably intensify the tensions …. depending on the listener’s moral compass.
So, here we are, untitled and still struggling to place our songs. Maybe we should ask you to suggest a neat description for us …. and in Breeze & Wilson fashion, award a prize for the good description that we can use when asked …

“just what sort of music do you two play then?”

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RETROSPECTIVE – This is a collection of the first songs recorded by Breeze & Wilson as a duo. The first CD called “Comin’ Apart Together” featured six tracks. This CD was recorded as a sampler of how we sounded live. One track is omitted, “Every Time I Roll The Dice” which didn’t feel quite good enough to re-mix… and troublesome to re-record, so we replaced it with a bonus track – a live version of another Delbert McClinton song “I Wanna Thank You Baby”. The second CD, “What’s The Trouble With Mary” also featured 6 tracks. On this one we decided to present what we wanted to hear, rather than restrict ourselves to a non-produced sound. This CD featured “Harriet ́s Song”, written about our good friend Harriet Bartlett. It was this song (discovered on the net by Jim Hahnen from Nova Scotia, Canada) that was played by Stan Carew on his CBC radio show Weekend Mornings, which led to our warm and affectionate affaire with the people of Canada’s eastern regions.

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OH NOVA SCOTIA – Breeze and Wilson have been writing, recording and playing music together for ten years. Based in Staffordshire, England, they’ve developed a reputation as a refined and extremely talented duo. They are a stellar example of what can be achieved with two voices and two acoustic guitars. Harmonically rich, musically and lyrically diverse, they invite comparison to Simon and Garfunkel, Seals & Crofts, and fellow countrymen Gallagher & Lyle. They operate on the outside edge of British folk music, unless it’s British folk music that traveled across the Atlantic to the New World more than three centuries ago. Their tastes run to Lyle Lovett, James Taylor, Guy Clark and Alison Krauss. Following two well-received EPs, Breeze and Wilson have released Oh Nova Scotia, their first full length album. Made in their home studio in the Midlands, it provides an emphatic answer to the question, who’s making music for grown-ups anymore? From the opening track, the story of their being championed by a radio show in Canada’s eastern provinces, through the beautiful and languid Waltz, to the film-noir murder ballad Beacon Hill, to the hilarious live-recording of the Banjo Song, Breeze and Wilson will hold your attention and echo in your head long after the CD finishes playing. (STAN CAREW – CBC RADIO HOST)

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