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CD REVIEW: Mann Wolf – “Greener”
By Stacey Board - 09/18/2004 - 03:57 PM EDT

Artist: Mann Wolf
Album: “Greener”
CD Review: Right off the bat I appreciated the LP crackle effect on the beginning of the first track. As I kept listening I realized I really liked Mann Wolf’s songwriting. He displays a playful sense of humor and intelligence in his use of rhythm. But he also includes a very genuine emotional element.

He started the CD off with a bouncy pop tune reminiscent of Randy Newman. The next track was more earthy and reminded me of something that might have been done by The Band. With each song he began to show different facets that remained engaging throughout the CD.

The musicianship is excellent throughout every song on the CD. There is some especially nice guitar work but unfortunately I’m not sure who specifically to give credit for it.

Mann Wolf is a versatile and talented songwriter with a very solid collection of work on “Greener’. This CD shows off his musicianship and the range of his strong songwriting.

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