Wind in the Wires - Patrick Wolf Reviews
Description:Genre: Pop / Artist: Patrick Wolf / Audio CD released 2005-02-21 at Tomlab / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 The Li ... more
Wind in the Wires - Patrick Wolf ... Libertine
3 The Shadow Sea
4 Wind In The Wires
5 The Railway House
6 The Gypsy King
8 Ghost Song
9 This Wheater
10 Jacobs Ladder
13 Lands End
Newest Review: ... for me to remember how to spell! Interestingly, 'The Railway House' reminds me of 'Golden Brown' by the Stranglers; it has ... more
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Customer Wind in the Wires - Patrick Wolf Reviews (2)
by - written on 31/07/11 (Useful, 5 readings)
First off, the opening track - 'The Libertine' - is absolutely fantastic! What a great opening and great first introduction to Patrick Wolf, as this was the first song of his that I had heard after my best friend told me to go check him out. It immediately drew me in, and I am now devouring all his releases as we speak! I love his use of the violin, and he actually plays it himself aswell as a vast amount of other interesting instruments - ones that are too complicated for me to remember how to spell! Interestingly, 'The Railway House' reminds me of 'Golden Brown' by the Stranglers; it has that kind of sound at the beginning with the instrument playing, and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/03/10 (Useful, 8 readings)
This was the first album by Patrick Wolf I came across. It was introduced to me by a friend who amazingly always seems to pick out the music I will go crazy for. Wind in the Wires is no exception. This album flows like one long, sorrowful violin note, a sea shanty that will break your heart and swell your spirits all at the same time. Patrick Wolf is a master of many instruments and isn't shy about showing it. What does make this album so delicious is that it made me realise that the genre 'Folk Electro' actually works. I know, it sounds insane but it does. I must admit it takes a bit of getting used to if you're usually just into folk music, but it's ... Read the complete review
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