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The Opposite Of Breathing - Josiah Wolf - Jet Lag (Vinyl, LP, Album)


Download The Opposite Of Breathing - Josiah Wolf - Jet Lag (Vinyl, LP, Album)
2010
Label: Anticon - abr0100LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk


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  1. debut album from Why? multi-instrumentalist Josiah Wolf. Jet Lag offers up a rare achievement-a solo work with true legs of it's own. Wolf's visual snapshots illustrate the wistfulness of a mundane moment and offer canny excavations of those poignancies that lie beneath the surface: tough triumphs, tougher truths, and outright failures.3/5(1).
  2. Vinyl LP pressing. debut album from Why? multi-instrumentalist Josiah Wolf. Jet Lag offers up a rare achievement-a solo work with true legs of it's own. Wolf's visual snapshots illustrate the wistfulness of a mundane moment and offer canny excavations of those poignancies that lie beneath the surface: tough triumphs, tougher truths, and 3/5(1).
  3. Mar 05,  · Josiah Wolf; Jet Lag. Dropping a breakup album for your first LP seems a risky move. Listeners are just starting to get to know you, after all. " and "The Opposite of Breathing" opt for a.
  4. Jet Lag is the first solo studio album by American multi-instrumentalist Josiah Wolf. It was released on Anticon on March 2, The songs on the album were written after the demise of Wolf's year marriage. All the instruments were played by Wolf himself Genre: Indie rock.
  5. The debut album from WHY? multi-instrumentalist Josiah Wolf offers up a rare achievement: a solo work with true legs of its own. Wolf's visual snapshots illustrate the wistfulness of a mundane moment and offer canny excavations of those poignancies that lie beneath the surface: tough triumphs, tougher truths, and outright failures.
  6. Josiah Wolf is in a bad way. The drummer/multi-instrumentalist for indie pop-hop, odd-jobs Why?-- and brother of head Why? guy Yoni Wolf-- penned this debut album in the evidently rocky wake of an year relationship, which makes it a solo effort in more ways than bragbitmenislytu.ejsulvicattrandrakelimihetemlei.co lone Wolf also played every note of these lonely, vibe-heavy arrangements, which aren't a far cry from the textural warmth.
  7. Josiah Wolf Jet Lag (Why?) Anticon Released on March 30, $ Buy: The debut album from WHY? multi-instrumentalist Josiah Wolf offers up a rare achievement—a solo work with true legs of its own. Wolf’s visual snapshots illustrate the wistfulness of a mundane moment and offer canny excavations of those poignancies that lie.

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