And So It Goes (album)

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And So It Goes
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Studio album by Don Williams
Released June 19, 2012 (2012-06-19)
Genre Country
Length 35:40
Label Sugar Hill Records
Producer Garth Fundis
Don Williams chronology
My Heart to You
(2004)My Heart to You2004
And So It Goes
(2012)
Reflections
(2014)Reflections2014
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

And So It Goes is a 2012 studio album by American country singer Don Williams. It is his first studio album since My Heart to You in 2004. Released on June 19, 2012 on Sugar Hill Records for US market, the album was made available earlier on April 30, 2012 in certain non-US markets including the UK.

The album is produced by Nashville producer Garth Fundis, with whom he had worked for 17 years on many of his greatest successes. It includes a number of collaborations including notably Alison Krauss, Keith Urban and Vince Gill who contribute vocals and play instruments on the record. Contributing songwriters included Kieran Kane, Ronnie Bowman, Al Anderson and Leslie Satcher, Don's son Tim Williams, as well as Don Williams himself.

"She's a Natural" was originally a single for Rob Crosby from his 1990 debut album Solid Ground.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Better Than Today" Leslie Satcher, Jeff Stevens 3:06
2. "Heart of Hearts" Al Anderson, Stephen Bruton, Sharon Vaughn 3:32
3. "She's with Me" Don Williams, Tim Williams 3:39
4. "I Just Come Here for the Music" (feat. Alison Krauss) Doug Gill, John Ramey, Bobby Taylor 3:56
5. "Infinity" Anthony Smith 4:20
6. "What If It Worked Like That" Ronnie Bowman, Lynn Hutton, Jason Sellers 2:53
7. "She's a Natural" Rick Bowles, Rob Crosby 3:19
8. "Imagine That" (duet with Keith Urban) Kieran Kane, Jamie O'Hara 3:12
9. "First Fool in Line" Byron Hill, Tammi Kidd 3:45
10. "And So It Goes" Mike Noble, D. Williams, T. Williams 3:57
Total length: 35:40

Personnel[edit]

Charts[edit]

Chart (2012) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 20
U.S. Billboard 200 100

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "And So It Goes review". Allmusic. Retrieved March 28, 2013.