Life Goes On is a studio album by Paul Williams, released in 1972. Notable songs from the album include "I Won't Last a Day Without You" and "Out in the Country". Jackson Browne and Linda Ronstadt sang background vocals on the title track. Jimmy Webb arranged the strings on "Rose. Where Do I Go from Here" selected as ending title for "Thunderbolt and Lightfoot", and also recorded by Elvis Presley for album Elvis. All tracks composed by Paul Williams; except where indicated.
Here Comes Inspiration is one of Williams' better albums. It revisits all of his strongest artistic points, and includes dreamy, whimsical high points like "Rainy Days and Mondays," "Driftwood," and "You and Me Against the World. His voice is certainly still a weak, bleating non-instrument, but here it's never dishonest or insincere. Most of the material is written by Williams alone (with occasional co-writes.
The Rainbow Connection', from the children’s classic "The Muppet Movie", is one of two Paul Williams songs that grace the American Film Institute’s list of the top movie songs of all time, the second, 'Evergreen', is from the award-winning son remake of "A Star Is Born".
Here Comes Inspiration. Studio album by Paul Williams. Here Comes Inspiration appears in the following lists: Music Genre: Pop/Rock. Music Theme: Introspection.
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Paul Williams was born September 19, 1940, in Omaha, Nebraska. Williams' father died in an auto accident when Paul was just 13, and the young man soon relocated to Long Beach, California, where he was raised by his aunt. In 1971, as his run of songwriting hits grew, A&M released Williams' second solo album, Just an Old Fashioned Love Song; in October 1971, Williams appeared on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, and Carson was so taken with Williams' quick wit and mixture of arrogance and self-depreciation that he became a frequent guest on the show, eventually appearing 14 times. In 1999, Williams recorded his first new album in 20 years, Back to Love Again, and also wrote the music and lyrics for a stage musical based on the TV show Happy Days.