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That guy - 2014-07-15

Duke Silver turned me on to this shit.

Koda Maja - 2014-07-15

100 per cent pure wolf jazz!

bluiker - 2014-07-15


Lurchi - 2014-07-15

shoutout to Xiphias

Meerkat - 2014-07-15

I fucking have this CD, I bought it in San Diego.

Cena_mark - 2014-07-15

This is the kind of music they sold at The Nature Company.

Meerkat - 2014-07-15

I also bought The Offspring's Conspiracy of One at the same time.

I remember thinking it weird that all the restaurants and bars seemed to close around 9 PM.

Oscar Wildcat - 2014-07-15

Bah! Hip cats have been playing jazz for years. Noob.

Lurchi - 2014-07-15

As unexpected and elusive as the wolves and their shadows, jazz music lifts, dips, builds, trails off, and begins yet another slightly different riff – all notes coming from the hearts of jazz musicians. Wild wolves are comparable to jazz musicians. As a wolf begins to howl after a long rest, one by one, other wolves in the pack choose a different note and join together in song, celebrating their camaraderie. The crescendo of all the voices fills the crisp, dark night. Far off a distant wolf returns with its own note, just like one jazz musician playing off the cues of other musicians’ notes, styles, and riff lines.

Both wolves and jazz musicians indulge in self-expression. As you listen to the selections on Jazz Wolf, imagine a few howling wolves on one side of a stand of forest green pine trees and a couple musicians playing saxophone and guitar on the other side. The notes of the two combos talk to one another, each pushing the other to reply with more soul, with a slightly different musical outlook. The starry sky is filled with the expressive music of nature – human kind and wolf brought together again in exceptional harmony.

Jazz Wolf brings you exceptional jazz music combined with the background nature sounds of gentle waves on Agnes Lake in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, creaking trees, crickets, barred owls, whip-poor-wills, paddling a canoe on a remote Canadian wilderness lake, rain in the forest, rushing rivers, the wind blowing through a northern stand of quaking aspen, howling wind, timber wolf cubs, and a gently flowing trout stream all mixed with the voices of wild Canus lupus – the timber wolf.

That guy - 2014-07-15

fuckin' HELL yeah!!!!!!!!!

EvilHomer - 2014-07-15

The only thing worse than wolf fans are jazz geeks.

StanleyPain - 2014-07-15

Let's snuggle, daddios

Old_Zircon - 2014-07-15


Jet Bin Fever - 2014-07-18

Well, it ain't no Howlin' Wolf, that's for damned sure.

Billy the Poet - 2014-07-18

They be some old hippies FUCKING to this jam.

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