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Six Songs

by Blum

Free-spirited Acoustic Rock of the finest, reminiscent of Eric Clapton, Dire Straights, Eagles and Neil Young.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Without You
4:59 album only
2. Have You Ever Kissed the Moon Goodnight?
5:02 album only
3. Bluemoon
4:46 album only
4. Up & Down
3:57 album only
5. Eat U Up
2:54 album only
6. Fire
4:29 album only
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Album Notes
Blum |bloōm| is Austrian composer and multi-instrumentalist Wolfgang Blümel's latest music project. In collaboration with a star cast of like-minded musicians and the Grammy Award-winning producers Andy Kravitz and Tom Wasinger, Blum has released his first major solo work in two decades in the form of a six-song cycle. Singles published to date under his own label, blummusic - including Bluemoon, Have You Ever Kissed the Moon Goodnight?, Up & Down, Fire, Eat U Up, and Without You are available via download on iTunes and Amazon. A music video accompanying "Without You" has been released on YouTube.

Blum, who wrote the songs, also sings lead and back-up vocals, plays guitar, and contributes keyboard and rhythm tracks. He is joined by Arthur Barrow on bass (Frank Zappa), Jay Davidson on sax and flute (Steve Winwood), Leon Rubenhold on harp and slide guitar (Wilson Pickett), Joe Jogerst on accordion (Leftover Salmon), Andy Kravitz on percussion and drums (Joan Osborne), Michael Kott on cello, and Myra Krien and Tom Wasinger on back-up vocals.

Blum was born "Wolfgang Blümel" to a family of steelworkers in Ternitz, a small town near Vienna. At age 14, he co-founded the rock band Flimp, which played sold-out shows to screaming Austrian teenagers. He later toured Europe as a guitarist for headliners Markus, Drahdiwaberl, Hansi Lang, Günter Mokesch, Strange Guys, and Hubert von Goisern.
He recorded albums for CBS/Sony, EMI, Columbia, and other top labels. On the 1991 CD The World Sings Goodnight, Blum represented Austria as a vocalist and arranger; the CD reached #3 on the Billboard world music chart. Blum can also be heard on Drahdiwaberl's single Lonely, which peaked the Austrian hit list for four weeks, and on their album Werwolfromantik, which topped the Austrian album charts. Blum also composed and produced music for Austrian children’s theatre and regularly contributed songs to an award-winning children’s radio show for the Austrian broadcast network, ORF.



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