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Rock: Jam-band Rock: 70's Rock Moods: Featuring Guitar
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JR Wolf

by JR Wolf

The debut album is reminiscent of a personal mixtape that reflects an affinity for assorted variety. The music is straight-forward, honest and simple, yet there is something enticingly complex about this effort when viewed from a wholistic level.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. Rewind
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2. Election Blues
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3. Rastafari Cowboy
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4. .Emm.
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5. Skip 'n' Go Naked
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6. Be Amused
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7. Long as You
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8. So Tired
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9. Betiden
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10. The Red Shoes
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11. Flash
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12. Credits
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13. Baxter
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14. Long as You (Radio Version)
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15. So Tired (Radio Version)
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16. Betiden / The Red Shoes
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17. Flash (Radio Edit)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
*CDs have tracks 1-13 only. Tracks 14-17 are available by download only.

The album’s tracks guide you through an intricately designed journey as notions of genre blur into the periphery. The arrangement starts out sounding like a rowdy electric American blues rock band but by the fourth song, cellos are the focal point. Later, there is a powerful and eerie instrumental waltz which showcases a scorching finger tapping metal style guitar performance. Other songs have distinct stylings ranging anywhere from samba reggae to traditional roots country. The overall effect is a continually welcome surprise of assorted familiarities that finds cohesion in nostalgic evocations.

Often, the sound is likened to groups of the late 60s / early 70s such as Led Zeppelin and the Grateful Dead, but with a modern style similar to Sublime or the White Stripes. JR WOLF brings this reigned eclecticism to their live shows, delighting audiences through welcome surprise.

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