Stefan Wolf | Sailor

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Pop: Folky Pop Folk: Folk Pop Moods: Type: Acoustic
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Sailor

by Stefan Wolf

A lush mix of pop and folk, this album was written and recorded on a beach in New Zealand. If you like Dylan, Waits or Pretenders, you might like this.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Susannah You
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2. Bon Appetit, Omar Sharif
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3. Sailor
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4. Bad
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5. The Love Song
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6. Cover my trail
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7. Rockinghorse
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8. Man on his own
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9. Where the current twirls
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10. Flamenco on my mind
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
By Karen q Temple
Described as multicultural folk, there are certainly broad influences here, noticeably Celtic, Latin and Arabic. This makes for enjoyable diversity between the tracks, although the album still retains cohesion as an entire work. The listenability is enhanced by the appealing voice of Catherine Tunks on four of the tracks. Intelligent ordering of the songs has broken up what may otherwise come across as monotonic vocals of Wolf himself. The album is certainly a pleasant listen; nice melodic tunes and arrangements with some great use of trumpet and strings, but few hooks. Wolf's songwriting shows out as well as some excellent musicianship. Described by a reviewer in Ireland (where Wolf has been based) as "the best locally released album I've ever reviewed", if you enjoy folk music with a difference or acoustic pop it is most certainly worth a listen.


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