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by Jim Wurster

Jangling twelve strings, mandolins, pedal steel guitar, and rootsy rock n' roll. You can hear the influences of The Byrds, Johnny Cash, Peter Green, and Neil Young.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Sun and the Moon
3:24 album only
2. Angelique
5:28 album only
3. Yellow Roses
3:06 album only
4. If Not Forever
3:28 album only
5. Cowgirl in the Sand
4:33 album only
6. Little Bit Kind
3:03 album only
7. Grey Sky Day
2:33 album only
8. Big Surprise w/Amy Baxter
3:09 album only
9. Loping Vampire Blues
5:49 album only
10. Black Widow
5:06 album only
11. Thin Disguise
4:04 album only
12. Can I Help You Through the Night
5:08 album only
13. Rock N' Roll Wannabe
3:31 album only


Album Notes
Jim Wurster's Music is embedded with character and a singular vocal and guitar style that serve as extensions of the man, calling to mind a New Wave Dylan.
In fact, "Angelique" is a wildly progressive Dylan-like tune before it lands smack-dab in the middle of an Appalachian square-dancing number called "Yellow Roses." The band stays in the background pretty much except for standout cameos. "if Not Forever is a solo acoustic number that gets an added poignant sting from the steel guitar of Bob Wlos. Pete Cambell shines on guitar throughout the Neil Young cover "Cowgirl in the Sand" and a nod to '60s surf-rock arises in "Little Bit Kind." But, Wurster seems more at home when pared down to his most naked as in Grey Sky Day" with lines like "ache in my side, hole in my shoes / gun at my head with a bullet meant for you. - Bing Futch



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K Adey

Well worth checking out
Complex, melodic, tuneful, off-centre; the sort of thing you'd expect from Orbison-&-Zevon getting happy on the deepest, darkest Guinness one misty golden sunrise. Songs are memorable and infectious: deeply varied in tone, shade, nuance and the emotion they provoke; which in turn makes it a deeply satisfying listen. Having thought very hard about it, I'd say it's easily the best LP I've bought in the last two to three years. *Highly* recommended.