Lazarus Wolf | West Coast Blues Man

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West Coast Blues Man

by Lazarus Wolf

Electrifying guitar solos of searing emotion are punctuated with honest, emotional vocals. Playing with the fluidity of a true blues master, the guitar and the man become one.
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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1. Stop Loving Me
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2. Trailerpark Rhapsody
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3. Back in the Pack
2:29 $0.99
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4. I'm Coming Home
4:47 $0.99
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5. The Rooster
2:39 $0.99
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6. My Crying Guitar
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7. Come Back to Me
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8. Red, White and Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Surviving 3 attempts of fratricide by the time I was 10.
My only parent's decent into complete madness.
Fleeing out a window from a crazed hillbilly with a shot gun,
left home at 15. Driven into the savage streets of Los Angles that night.
I never looked back. Taught the blues by a pimp named Leonard,
was able to make a little cash playing in a few clubs
were I was the only white guy in the club.
Now, all these years later, I am still alive
and making fierce music in response to the
greek tragedy of this modern gothic tale.
Each new CD is a celebration of the resurrection of
Lazarus Wolf from the desolation of ignominious obscurity
in a trailer park rhapsody.

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