Beware Wolves Volume 9 by Beware Wolves: Album Review
One of the best genres in the world which can help musicians tell stories, talk about emotions or give you a feel-good atmosphere over acoustic guitar, is probably the country or folk genre. Circling within the boundary of that genre, Beware Wolves releases Beware Wolves Vol. 9 which is his last and latest release from a nine-part series, summing up to 81 songs.
Beware Wolves’ sound is a bit offbeat, recalling classic indie-folk acts from a variety of eras and genres. Featuring some timeless pieces, each of the 9 tracks on this volume just gives you a good time. “Trouble Me More” has a lively distinctive tune while “U.S. Mail” has an extremely rich sound. “Unforgiven One” is old-school folk with an infectiously positive energy. “Unidentified” is both dramatic and hypnotic, while “Want You More” is an intricately romantic song. “Water & Stone” has got some rollicking tunes, transitioning to “Whiskey Dreams” and a groovy finale of “Wicked Love”. A lot of these songs were whipped up last minute, literally even on the day of recording. Musicians are gifted in a lot of ways, but that is superhuman.
About his creations, Beware Wolves says, “I have to say the songs are fantastic with heaps of emotion, nice playing, and an interesting variety.” With this astounding record, you’ll feel like you’re watching a live performance and you’ll know there’s only uphill from the opening track!
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Review by: Audrey Castel