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Robert Wolf | No Stars Tonight

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No Stars Tonight

by Robert Wolf

An album of intelligent pop/rock from a talented singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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1. No Stars Tonight
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2. The Honey Trap
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3. Things That I Call Precious
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4. Say That You Will
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5. Your Lonely Eyes
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6. Who
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7. Warriors in My Mind
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8. Music for Outer Space
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9. I Have No Faith Tonight
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10. Man of Words
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Robert's music has a style and signature of its own – yet like many, reveals influences taken from the artists he has grown up with. Robert's lyrics are thoughtful, clever and occasionally witty, the melodies always linger long after the songs have finished.

Robert's first solo album called “One More City Story” – in addition to being a carefully crafted and skilfully arranged body of work, made a clear statement that Robert's writing style was definitely eclectic.

Robert's second solo album “No Stars Tonight” takes this passion for different styles of music and carefully fuses them into something connected but always interesting and engaging from the cool bluesy bass line of the opening title track “No Stars Tonight” to the funky blue eyed soul of “The Honey Trap” and the lilting Latin feel of “Things That I Call Precious.” Robert, ever the talented multi-instrumentalist and serious lifelong student of music, is always practising a new instrument, always searching for new ways to express his musical thoughts.

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