Patrick Wolf Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
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This 2-disc acoustic album is the closest you'll get to the intimacy of a quiet, homey concert without actually attending one. What's great about this album is that Patrick didn't slight any of his albums. He selected three songs from his first four albums, and then three from the Lupercalia era (2 from the album itself and "Bitten" from the Bru...view item
Oh God, here he comes. After last years technicolour 'Lupercalia', Patrick Wolf returns in wintry sepia mode with a moody new EP featuring collaborations with Alec Empire, Serafina Steer and others. Opener 'Bitten' showcases his strengths with lots of stirring viola, harpsichord and Wolf'...view item
Patrick Wolf has always exuded a certain earnestness in his ramshackle approach to pop music, but his lyrics have been decidedly cryptic. Expressive, yes, but the words were not meant to be literal depictions of his personal experiences. That approach has changed a bit with Lupercalia. The campy, theatrical side of Patrick (not to mention much o...view item
I defied decades of convention by loving the last Patrick Wolf single 'Time of My Life' a rollicking uplifting orch-pop tune. You'll be pleased to note that everything is back to normal, this new single is the type of '80's Thatcher pop that I thought had gone out with the decline of Hue and Cry. It defies belief it really does - a sax solo for ...view item
Filed under 'talented tosser', Wolf's career has veered between his undoubted musical ability and his similarly impressive ability to be somewhat of an idiot. Here he is in full-on orchestral pop mode showing what he can do when he really knuckles down. Its uplifting swooning pop recalls The Divine Comedy, ABC, Pulp and The Triffids. Very immedi...view item
Patrick Wolf is a bit of a comedy figure these days. He's like the mis understood teenager and one day everyone's gonna get it or he's gonna be mortally embarrassed by some of his fashion choices and do himself in. His hair on the new single is quite astounding. It's somewhere in between the French aristocracy ala the Regency period and a windswept...view item
Also on Tomlab is the fine Patrick Wolf. A new single called 'Tristan'
is now available from the quirky wunderkid. I've seen mention of Bright Eyes'
recent electronic opus in reference to this tune but I'd say Marc Almond
meets Tom Waits doing electronic Nick Cave inspired cabaret POP.
Fats rightly says...view item
PATRICK WOLF with his new single Magic Position on
Polydor. Creepy looking fellow our Patrick (Dennis Pennis lookalike) with his camp dress sense and pouting stare,. one can only wonder what his "magic position" is (bent double over a bench over looking Lake
Garda?). Pretty poppy song in a ...view item
Future generations always will have their whizzkids, some musical prodigy
troubadours to produce forward thinking, inventive & thrilling sounds from
the stale mire the scene has milked so badly the climate resembles a looted slag
heap. Why oh why does Pete Doherty get so many press inches when all he
is is a caricature of a fucked up...view item
This album is a mixed bag from artists over the world -- France, UK, Canada, US, Sweden-- and the results range from wonderful (track 2) to kitschy (tracks 7 & 20) to just plain awful (tracks 1,4,5,18). In essence, this album has something for everyone, and with all the money going to charity, remember it's after Christmas yes, but Santa Cla...view item
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